The Kuramo Conference is an international summit of multidisciplinary experts and knowledge vendors drawn from business, finance, energy and the environment. A “must attend” for all interested in the confluence of policy, advocacy and development as it impacts the international community at large and the African continent in particular.
An international biennial event hosted in the West African city of Lagos, Nigeria, the conference will explore new and emerging concepts and practices relating to law and development. The dialogue will encapsulate the emerging legal and socioeconomic trends, and advocate concrete recommendations for policy makers with a view to in shaping the future.
The conference is billed to cover emerging legal and economic orders tailored towards advocacy and policy required for shaping ongoing governmental and non-governmental decision making. The four conference modules are: Global Trade and Development; Housing & Habitat: Sustainable Energy and Environment; Contemporary Issues in Criminal Jurisdiction and Economic & Social Rights; Arbitration and Dispute Resolution – the next 50 years.
Our confirmed plenary speakers are Mary Robinson, President – International Commission of Jurists, former President of the Republic of Ireland and United Nations High Commissioner, Jesse Jackson, former US Special Envoy for Africa and two-time US presidential candidate and Right Honorable Lord Paul Boateng, Former UK Secretary to the Treasury. A welcome address will be delivered by Mr. Babatunde Raji Fashola, SAN, Governor of Lagos State.