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Public Policy Dialogue on Integrating the Consumer's Voice into the Trade Policy Process in Nigeria
May 19-20, 2015, Abuja, Nigeria

CUTS International and GIZ Nigeria are organising a Public Policy Dialogue on Integrating the Consumer's Voice into the Trade Policy Process in Nigeria. This landmark event, which is supported by the European Union and the German Government under the Strengthening Nigeria’s Trade Support Institutions (SNTSI) programme, brings together Nigerian consumer groups, other civil society organisations, relevant Ministries, Agencies and Departments, the private sector and the academia, to jointly examine the issues surrounding the trade policy making process in Nigeria. The National Policy Dialogue will also focus on selected sectorial and regional (ECOWAS) initiatives currently being implemented by the Federal Government, with the view to identifying how consumer and general economic welfare concerns can be best mainstreamed into these initiatives.  

Tuesday, May 19, 2015 • 0900-1730 hrs
Wednesday, May 20, 2015 • 0900-1200 hrs
Chelsea Hotel, Central Business District, Abuja  
 

For more information please contact:
Seno • 08097190544 • seno.usendiah@giz.de 
Leonard • 08038797791 • lou@cuts.org .

 


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CUTS Accra is the third centre of CUTS International in Africa.  The centre was inaugurated on 26th August 2013.  

Having implemented projects on various elements of social and economic policy issues in Africa and other developing countries, CUTS realises that its experience as a civil society organisation (CSO) aiming to influence public policy through research would be vital in Ghana and the West Africa region (ECOWAS).

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