The Brazil Africa Forum is the flagship event of the Brazil Africa Institute, held annually. BAF 2021 will bridge North and South, so developed countries and less developed nations can have equal voices, but differentiated responsibilities, to ensure a sustainable use of natural resources. We will connect decision-makers from the public and private sectors to share their views on good practices and successful policies to ensure resilient, diversified and climate-smart economies.
Consolidated as the main space for debate between Brazilian and African leaders and fostering dialogue with actors from third regions, BAF repeats this year the successful 2020 virtual format, when it remotely brought together more than 60 speakers, reaching an audience of more than 1,200 registered participants. The programme will be split in four axes, each tackling key themes for the natural resources agenda: land, water, forests and action. Each axis will bring together major stakeholders to discuss action tracks, public-private partnerships and solutions that can bring results for Brazil and Africa in dealing with their own - as well as their shared - challengers.