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How can African countries most effectively take advantage of the natural minerals with which they have been endowed? How might these resources fuel their  development, and propel them towards their envisioned futures? These questions were the focus of the ongoing African Mining Legislation Atlas (AMLA) Workshop held in Nairobi, Kenya. The capacity building event, held from 3-12 December, will focus on ...

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Entebbe, Uganda, November 19, 2017 —The last decade has witnessed, for the African Legal Support Facility (ALSF), two converging trends which promise to transform capacity building in the legal discipline: The growing availability of broadband connections in the African region, and the expanding recognition of remote-learning as an effective means of knowledge-sharing.

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Producing tomorrow’s lawyers: ALSF Academy is highlighted at IBA Africa Forum

Accra, Ghana, November 16, 2017—The ALSF’s Senior Legal Counsel, Ms. Oluwatoyin Ojo participated in a high-level panel discussion during the 2017 International Bar Association’s (IBA) Africa Regional Forum, held in Accra, Ghana from 15-17 November. 

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Future Proofing the legal profession in East Africa

The African Legal Support Facility (ALSF) is an organization dedicated solely to providing legal advice and technical assistance to African countries. The Facility has supported over 35 African countries in negotiating major commercial agreements in the areas of natural resources, infrastructure projects and commercial debt issues. In addition, the ALSF has extended capacity building programmes to African lawyers and experts in the same areas. (See examples on our website – www.aflsf.org

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Announcing the launch of ALSF Academy

The African Legal Support Facility is an International public organization dedicated to providing legal advice and technical assistance to African countries in matters pertaining to creditor litigation and complex commercial transactions. The ALSF was established “to provide technical legal assistance to African countries to strengthen their legal expertise and negotiating capacity” and to “strengthen legal capacity building process in African countries.” The ALSF since its inception in 2010 has funded and initiated several advisory services, vulture fund litigation, capacity building initiatives and knowledge management products. It has been noted over time that there is increasing need for enhancement of negotiation skills for complex commercial transactions and increased involvement of African lawyers in such negotiations.

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Infrastructure governance takes centre stage as African governments, AfDB, ALSF and development partners gather in Cape Town

Representatives of African governments, the global private sector, and international institutions, including the African Legal Support Facility (ALSF) and African Development Bank (AfDB), are meeting in Cape Town this week to participate in the region’s First Roundtable on the Governance of Infrastructure, hosted by the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA). The topic takes center stage as consensus develops globally that a major factor hindering infrastructure implementation is a lack of good governance.

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People, Planet, and Progress in the SDG Era: ALSF delivers “Enhancing Evaluation Use” Workshop at National Evaluation Capacities Conference

As international institutions mobilize to meet the ambitious milestones of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the Independent Evaluation Office of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the UNDP Regional Bureau for Europe and CIS remind us of the need to conduct systematic reviews of development activities to ensure their efficacy.
 

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ALSF promotes link between arbitration and economic growth at the East Africa International Arbitration Conference

The connections between international arbitration and economic growth in African was the subject of the recent East Africa International Arbitration Conference (EAIAC), held in Kigali, Rwanda. The 28-29 September conference gathered more than 300 arbitration practitioners, users, and government representatives who engaged in productive discussions on how international arbitration can be deployed to promote growth on the continent.  As a strategic partner to the event, African Legal Support Facility (ALSF) staff actively participated in the deliberations.
 

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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST 

AFRICAN LEGAL SUPPORT FACILITY (ALSF)

Individual Consultant for Translation (Short-Term)

 

Expressions of interest are being requested for individual consultants (Translators):

Brief description of the Assignment:       Individual Consultant for Translation

 

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