The International Development Law Unit at the Centre for Human Rights, Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria cordially invites you to a seminar series titled “Trade & Investment Law Seminar Series (TILSS)”

This seminar is on the topic ‘African Growth and Opportunity Act: How far has the trade preferential regime helped African countries?’ with Dr Moses Obinyeluaku (ITAC) as the Guest Speaker.

Date: Friday 22 November 2013
Time: 12:00
Venue: Moot Court Room, Law Building, Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria, Hatfield Campus, Lynnwood Road, Hatfield, Pretoria

Enquiries: Please contact Angela Bukenya for more information (Tel: +27 12 420 5296 / Email: angela.bukenya@up.ac.za)

Guest Speaker:
Dr Moses Obinyeluaku is the Chief Economist at the International Trade Administration Commission of SA (ITAC). He holds a PhD in Economics from University of Cape Town and was formerly with the National Treasury before moving to ITAC in 2012. His area of specialization and interest is regional economic integration in Africa.

About TILSS:
TILSS is a thematic seminar series conceived to address cross-cutting and current issues in the fields of international trade and investment law in Africa.

About the Unit:
The International Development Law Unit was established for the purposes of conducting policy oriented research on issues related to the international legal aspects of sustainable and equitable development; stimulating debate and research on the legal and policy issues related to international development and how they affect Africa, in general, and Southern Africa, in particular; and to train students in international development and economic law.

For more information regarding this seminar series and other project of the Centre for Human Rights, please visit www.chr.up.ac.za


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