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Towards the end of the Millennium Development Goals Era: What contribution have our universities made?

Towards the end of the Millennium Development Goals Era: What contribution have our universities made?

ACADEMIC CONTRIBUTION: 4th Biennial SANORD International Conference

1-5 December 2013 | Lilongwe, Malawi

The Southern African-Nordic Centre (SANORD) is a partnership of higher education institutions from all the Nordic countries and southern Africa. Its primary aim is to promote multilateral research cooperation on matters of importance to the development of both regions. SANORD is committed to advancing strategic, multilateral academic collaboration between institutions in the two regions, seeking to address new local and global challenges of innovation and development.

Over hundred delegates both from the Nordic and the southern African region to Malawi will attend this international conference.

CROP Scientific Director Alberto D. Cimadamore will present the paper "MDG’s and Beyond. A Critical Assessment and A Look Forward", and also act as panelist and chairperson for one of the sessions.

Click here to read more about the conference and download the latest version of the programme.

 

25.01.2017
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