Short courses on key issues on the international economic agenda for delegates from Permanent Missions in Geneva
11 octobre 2013
Palais des Nations - Room XXV
Geneva, Suisse


​Subject: Global capital flows, remittances and diaspora – opportunities and challenges for developing countries

This short course will look at the fast growth experienced by larger economies from the South, especially Brazil, the Russian Federation, India, China and South Africa (BRICS), since the beginning of the new millennium that raised many hopes on the role that these countries could have to counteract the most severe constraints to growth in the poorest economies and to foster the construction of a more sustainable and socially inclusive pattern of development.
The course will also discuss the international capital flows into developing countries The second part of the course will discuss which measures countries can take in order to strengthen the contribution of remittances and diasporas to national development.

Delivered by:  Division on Africa, Least Developed Countries and the Division on Globalization and Development Strategies

Mohan Panicker, Project Coordinator
Knowledge Sharing, Training and Capacity Development Branch, Division on Technology and Logistics
+41 22 917 2561
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