Highlights from recent tralac events are available below.

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Recent events

24-04-2019 to 27-04-2019 Contributions to dialogue
On invitation from the African Union Commission, two tralac alumni (Chikezie Adindu Isiguzo and Cham Etienne Bama) participated in an AUC-ECOWAS-GIZ Capacity-Building and Stakeholder Engagement Workshop in Abuja, Nigeria.
21-03-2019 to 22-03-2019 Annual Conference
The 2019 tralac Annual Conference featured a poster session where a series of posters were presented by tralac alumni on a range of current trade policy and law issues. These are available to download.
27-05-2019 to 31-05-2019 Geek Week
This 5-day introductory data science course will provide participants with the complete picture of how to use cutting edge technology to acquire, clean, combine, aggregate, interrogate, analyse and predict using data.
22-03-2019 Annual Conference
tralac launched its ‘Women in Trade Governance Network’ during its 2019 Annual Conference in Nairobi. The WiTG targets female professionals working in trade policy and governance with the aim to build technical capacity in international trade governance.
20-03-2019 Workshop
tralac and the Export Promotion Council co-hosted a half-day workshop on 20 March 2019 in Nairobi on current and emerging trade issues for Kenya. 85 people attended the workshop.
21-03-2019 to 22-03-2019 Annual Conference
This year’s tralac Annual Conference was held in Nairobi, Kenya on 21-22 March 2019 under the theme, ‘Africa’s Integration Agenda – from Aspirations to Pragmatic Implementation’
08-11-2018 to 09-11-2018 Workshop
tralac hosted a workshop in Cape Town on 8-9 November 2018 to discuss the future of the Southern African Customs Union (SACU). The workshop was facilitated by Trudi Hartzenberg, Gerhard Erasmus, and Anton Faul.
18-10-2018 to 19-10-2018 Workshop
tralac organised an African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) Stakeholder Workshop on 18-19 October 2018 in Cape Town to discuss the status of the negotiations and what still lies ahead.