Short Courses

tralac develops and delivers focused short courses, often at the request of specific clients to address specific training needs. The following are among the courses that tralac offers:

  • Trade Policy Analysis (including trade data and tariff analysis, modelling, trade policy assessments, review of trade policy instruments)
  • Introduction to International Trade Law
  • WTO Agreements (Trade in Goods (including agriculture), Trade in Services, TRIPS)
  • Regional Trade Agreements (WTO Rules for RTAs, Scope of RTAs)
  • Trade Negotiations (including negotiations simulations)
  • Regional Integration in east and southern Africa (SACU, SADC, EAC, COMESA, Tripartite Free Trade Area)
  • Dispute Settlement
  • Trade Remedies and Safeguards
  • Competition Law and Policy
  • Investment
  • Rules of Origin

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Featured Training

tralac training for Journalists – Cape Town, 9-10 May 2018

tralac training for Journalists – Cape Town, 9-10 May 2018

Reporting on trade and integration matters for Africa: a training course for journalists

The Trade Law Centre (tralac) aims to build capacity for Africa to trade better. To this end tralac offers training programmes, does analysis of trade and integration developments and supports an active debate on trade and regional integration law and policy. We are convinced that access to information on trade and integration developments is essential to enhance the quality of trade policy and governance. The role of the media, and specifically of journalists is critical to make progress in these areas.

tralac will be hosting its first training workshop for journalists who write on trade and integration matters, 9-10 May, in Cape Town, South Africa. The aim of this training workshop, is not only to provide updates on trade developments, and facilitate discussion among journalists, but also to appraise the important changes that are taking place with respect to access to information, the role of the media, technology and innovation in the media and associated governance issues, and the relationship between journalists and sources of

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