Wed 6 Sep

Cambridge Global Food Security

Murray Edwards College Cambridge.

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Fri 8 Sep


Event time: 12:30 – 13:30

Venue details: Chatham House| 10 St James’s Square, St. James’s, London SW1Y 4LE

Organisers: Chatham House

Event cost: Free

With Africa’s youth population expected to double by 2050, it is projected that a quarter of the world’s population will live on the continent, mostly in its fast-growing cities. While Africa’s prospective youth bulge is widely seen as a demographic dividend leading to sustainable economic growth and development, if the right conditions are not created, Africa’s young people may face an insecure and unstable future.

At this event, the speakers will examine some of the challenges facing Africa’s next generation, including, population growth with improved digital access, job creation and managing rural-urban migration. They will also explore practical policy options for this generation, to properly prepare African economies for the coming decades and to harness the talent of its young people.

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Wed 13 Sep

'Politics in Uncertain Times: What will the world look like in 2050 and how do you know?

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Have recent events in the United Kingdom and United States left you wondering what the global political and economic order will look like in the future? Do you have ideas about how the combination of economic crisis, environmental catastrophe and shifting power within the global economy will shape the world...

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