BUSINESS leaders, academics, opinion shapers as well as civil society actors from around the World would converge on Marrakesh, Morocco for this year’s Atlantic Dialogues conference next month.
Morocco has been playing host to this gathering given its location and close relations to all countries bordering the Atlantic.
The conference, which was initially created in a dual effort between OCP Policy Centre and the German Marshall Fund of the United States of America (USA), the event encourages a lively and informal
exchanges of views between young professionals and today’s leaders.
Following the discussions on various ways to change mental maps during the fifth edition of the Atlantic Dialogues in 2016, and having examined promising opportunities for the African continent in 2017,
The Atlantic Dialogues will at this year’s meeting identify the salient issues at the heart of the Atlantic community’s policy agenda.
Organised by OCP Policy Centre since 2017, Atlantic Dialogues conference offers an environment that facilitates concrete discussions. Sessions are designed to promote frank, interactive, and informal debate through a mix of plenary panels, smaller breakout sessions, and keynote addresses.
The conference will also serve as a platform to explore fresh ideas on how decision-makers, business-leaders, researchers, scholars, and other stakeholders can contribute to renew transatlantic relations
and partnerships in the context of a rapidly changing world.
This year’s edition will identify the choke points across the Atlantic, gather evidence to craft a counter-discourse, and identify solutions to overcome them by confronting views of different panelists and crossing the North-South and East-West divides.
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