The African Centre for Leadership, Strategy and Development (Centre LSD) has finalized arrangement to commence its quarterly policy dialogue series.
The centre made the disclosure in a statement signed by Victoria Ose Udoh, the Programme Coordinator of the centre.
She said the dialogue will offer suggestion and alternative approaches to dealing with Africa continent, and Nigeria as a country.
” The dialogue is meant to examine the content of public policies and institutions that formulate and implement them. The series is designed to run through the year.
It will create and foster interaction amongst stakeholders, including; researchers, civil society actors, policy makers and practitioners.”
“The series will centre on four major topical issues: the Nigerian National Social Investment Programme (NSIP); the impact of the covid-19 pandemic- lessons, challenges, and way forward. Sustainable Development Goals (SGDs) and Africa Agenda 2063; lessons for Nigeria long term development strategy and Nigeria and the political leadership needed for 2023.”
The Programme Coordinator called on members of the public who may not be able to attend in person, to follow the conversations via the Centre LSD social media handles, or join through the zoom platform.