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Argentina’s G20 Presidency: Implications for the G20–Africa Partnership

Argentina’s hosting of the G20 summit in 2018 presents a significant opportunity for it to represent the needs and expectations of Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) as a whole, as well as to advance a cohesive regional strategy for the Latin American bloc within the G20 (Argentina, Brazil and Mexico). Download report here

Argentina's G20 Presidency

With a focus on the benefits for Africa and the general key focus areas of the Argentine Presidency of the G20, the seminar brought together wide-ranging participants including scholars, academics, diplomats, government representatives, media and civil society.

Implications for the G20 – Africa Partnership

The Legacy of Argentina’s G20 Presidency in 2018: Priorities, Outcomes and Prospects

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The Rainbow Myth: Dreaming of a Post-racial South African Society

Nelson Mandela’s ideals incite admiration and hope for most South Africans, overseas citizens and other international observers. The mission of the SA liberation movements and its icons was to build a non-racial society based on equality and justice. This has been the foundation of the ANC, its political programs and the SA constitution. Nonetheless how were the policies addressing socio-economic inequalities designed and implemented to build a rainbow nation? This paper will trace back the original mission of a rainbow nation and compare them with the present situation. 
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IGD Newsletter 2018

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South Africa’s BRICS Engagement

Dr. Philani Mthembu, Executive Director at the Institute for Global Dialogue, opened the event by contextualising the day’s discussion and explained that the dialogue falls under South Africa’s second track diplomacy, whereby academic institutions, think tanks and researchers interact. South Africa pushed to have this interaction institutionalised in 2013 through its first BRICS Presidency. Download report

South Africa’s BRICS Presidency 2018: An Inclusive Path towards Global Development

Dr. Philani Mthembu, Executive Director of the Institute for Global Dialogue (IGD), opened the dialogue by providing a brief review of South Africa’s diplomatic calendar for 2018, which is one of the busiest in the post-1994 era. The BRICS partnership, one of several foreign policy agenda items, has continued to evolve as it enters the beginning of its second decade. Download report

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