Host: Sonia Laszlo (Associate Director, Institute for the Study of International Development, McGill University)
Moderator: Rohinton Medhora (President, CIGI)
Panel: Book contributors Yiagadeesen Samy (The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University) and Ian Smillie (Diamond Development Initiative)
Bookstore: Librairie Paragraphe Bookstore, Montreal

Canada Among Nations is the premier source for contemporary insight into pressing Canadian foreign policy issues. Started at the Norman Paterson School of international Affairs at Carleton University, the series has brought together leading scholars, practitioners, journalists, and members of the NGO community for an assessment of the Canada’s foreign policy since 1984. The Centre for International Governance Innovation is proud to partner with NPSIA, on previous and future editions of Canada Among Nations.

Join us for a panel discussion and book launch for the 2013 edition entitled Canada-Africa Relations: Looking Back, Looking Ahead. In this edition, contributors explore Canada and Africa’s rich history, taking stock of what has been accomplished. This volume offers recommendations for a more strategically beneficial Canada-Africa partnership in areas including trade and investment, democracy and nation building, development aid, governance, corporate social responsibility — especially in the natural resource sector where Canadian firms are heavily invested — and regional security.

Looking Back, Looking Ahead is now available for purchase online at www.CanadaAmongNations.ca.

Event Speakers

Photo of Rohinton P. Medhora

Rohinton P. Medhora

President

Rohinton P. Medhora is president of the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI), joining in 2012. Previously, he was vice president of programs at Canada’s International Development Research Centre. He received his doctorate in economics in 1988 from the University of Toronto, where he subsequently taught. His fields of expertise are monetary and trade policy, international economic relations and development economics.