• cotedivoireetfsm act414 programme 26nov en

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26NOV - 27NOV - 28NOV - axis1 policy - axis2 economic axis3 sociocultural


Methodology -

Several panels will help identify and contextualize the topics. Workshops will facilitate exchanges and make proposals in plenary sessions that should lead to recommendations. Each theme will lead to communications followed by interactive exchanges and testimonials.

Press conferences, media outlets or media events will be held to alert national and international opinion about agreements that disadvantage peoples and communities. These conferences will also express the deep aspirations of peoples.

Advocacy actions are also planned with governments, African institutions and development partners to advance the cause of people, communities and Africa's development.

Other events in the direction of the mobilization of masses (market, performances of artists, ...) are envisaged.


500 participants representing peoples and communities, mainly from African and European countries, are covered by the budget. They break down as follows:  100 participants from Africa and Europe;  200 participants from the Abidjan region  200 participants from the 31 regions of Côte d'Ivoire

Provisional Agenda


Day 1: Sunday, November 26, 2017


  • 08h30 - 09h30 Registration, reception and installation of participants Organizing committee Removal of identification badges of participants
  • 09h30 -10h00 -Presentation of the program -Practical advice Master of ceremonies Organizing Committee


  • 10:00 - 11:30 PANEL 1: Political axis

  • Moderator: Ms. KOUACOU Nathalie15min / speaker
    • Theme 1: The aspirations of peoples and communities for democratic alternation in Africa Let's turn the page (15min) Mr Légre Hokou Réné
    • Theme 2: What Policy and Governance Models for Africa's Development? (Executive Secretary of the CNDHCI) (15 min)
    • Theme 3: What social protection for the development of Africa CSI AFRICA: Ghislaine SAIZONOU (15min)
  • 11:30 - 11:45 Coffee break

  • 11.45-12.45 Thematic workshops axis1

    • Workshop 1: How to achieve strong and credible institutions for genuine democratic alternations in Africa? Resource persons Carine MOBIO (REPAOC)
    • Workshop 2: What alternatives to the current model of democracy in Europe and Africa? Resource persons Katarzyna LEMANSKA, European Policy Officer / EU policy manager / LEGRÉ Hokou
    • Workshop 3: Theme proposed by CSI Africa Resource persons CSI Africa: KOUGLO
  • 12.45 - 14.15 Lunch break
  • 14h15 -15h30 Plenary AX 1 Restitution in plenary
  • lasts 10 minutes per rapporteur followed by debates. It focuses on three or four relevant recommendations It must be done on magnetic media
  • 15H30 -16h00 Screening of film (seeds or land) Organizing Committee


  • 16:00 - 18:00 PANEL 2 Economic axis:

  • Europe Africa Partnership: What economic benefits for people and communities? Moderator: Mamadou Maladho Diallo CGLTE OA - Guinea The coffee break will be distributed during the debates
  • Theme 1: What are the impacts of EPAs on trade and the private sector for the industrialization of Africa Jacques BERTHELOT (15 min) Aly
  • Theme 2: The problem of over-indebtedness and monetary dependence facing the challenges of the development of African peoples and communities Prof. Mamadou KOULIBALY, Audace INSTITUTE (15 min)
  • Theme 3: Governance of natural resources facing the EU-AU partnership: impacts of EPAs on food sovereignty ALI TAPSOBA CCAE, Burkina (15 min) Angel BAIMEY
  • Theme 4: Agriculture and Climate Change: Challenges and Prospects for Development Aissatou DIOUF (15 min)


Day 2: Monday, November 27, 2017


  • 08h00-09h00 Reception and installation Organizing Committee
  • 09h00-10h00 Opening Ceremony - Allocutions: - Organizational Committee - Presidium - African Friends - Testimony - Artist Award - Solemn Opening Ceremony Master M. KRABA Gnako - Presidium BOMOU Mamadou (artist) Presidium
  • 10: 00-10: 30 Inaugural conference Prof Godefroid KANGUDIE Philosopher, writer-thinker (DRC)
  • 10.30-10.45 Cocktail Organizing Committee

  • 10.45-11.45 Thematic workshops economic axis 2

  • Workshop 1: How to make the small peasantry survive the powerful multinationals? (land grabbing, GMOs, overexploitation of land, threat of groundwater ....) Resource persons: Global Convergence
  • Workshop 2: the problem of nutrition (how to fill current nutritional deficits and what self-sufficient and healthy nutrition strategy for people and communities?) CSCI resource persons
  • Workshop 3: monetary dependence (FCFA) a brake or an advantage for the development of African peoples and communities? Resource persons Moussa Coulibaly
  • Workshop 4: Citizen control of public action, an effective way to combat over-indebtedness and bad governance? CSCI Contacts
  • Workshop 5: How to limit the impact of climate change on farming communities?

  • Self-managed workshops ax2 economic

    • Self-directed workshops on specific topics are the responsibility of their initiators. They are held during thematic workshops Global Convergence  NO VOX  Bread for the World  Grain Resource Convergence.
  • 11.45-13.00 Testimony of Mr. Hervé Legall and Plenary: Restitution of thematic workshops 2 followed by debates
  • 13h00-14h15 Lunch Break Organizing Committee
  • 2:15 pm - 3:45 pm Film on Immigration


  • 15h45-16h45 PANEL 3 Axis Socio cultural
    • Moderators: Samir ABI

    • Theme 1: The problem of South-North migration: which partnership with a human face? Malick DIOUF PAEDD / Dakar- Senegal
    • Theme 2 Role and prospects for action of African and European civil societies in the framework of the Europe-Africa partnership Damien Hazan / Ali Tapsoba / BIKOKO de Let's turn the page
    • Theme 3: Migration and Official Development Assistance Katarzyna LEMANSKA, European Policy Officer / EU policy manager
  • 16: 45-17: 00 Coffee break

  • 17h00-18h00 thematic workshops axis 3 socio cultural

  • Workshop 1: How to avoid migration tragedies in the context of globalization? (search for economic markets, social, economic and cultural well-being and migration, a logic of history, globalization or invasion?) Resource persons: Gaston KOIVOGUI Sita Fofana H (give her experience on the migration of the young lady)
  • Workshop 2: (successful) experiences of actions of European and African civil society (objectives, results obtained, methods, means of action, monitoring ...) Resource persons: Damien Hazan / LOUJNATOUNKARANKE
  • Workshop 3: What action strategy of African and European civil societies for a real influence on public policies? (networking, solidarity in Africa, synergy of action with European civil societies) Resource persons: LOUJNA-TOUNKARANKE


Day 3: Tuesday, November 28, 2017


  • 09h00-09h30 Reception and installation Organizing committee.
  • 09H30-10H45 Testimony Restitution Plenary workshop panel 3 Moderator
  • 10.45-11.15 Coffee break

  • 11.15-12.30 Reading and adoption of the draft Presidium Final Declaration

  • 12h30-14h00 Lunch break

  • 14h00-16h00 Walk Organizing Committee

  • 16:00 - 17:00 Closing Ceremony: Speeches Final Declaration followed by a Vote of Thanks Press Conference - Master of Ceremonies - The Presidium
  • 17:00 End of the Citizen Forum