35 persons, mainly trade unionists, CSO activists and journalists from Southern Africa took part in the two day constituency building workshop organised in Johannesburg, 2-3 May 2014 by Third World Network-Africa and OSISA/SARW. The meeting took the form of presentations in plenary sessions by resource persons, followed by discussions. The workshop programme, participants list and the various presentations by resource persons are attached.
There were opening and welcoming remarks from Siphosami Malunga and Yao Graham, respectively the Director of OSISA and Coordinator of TWN-Africa. Fabian Nkomo, Africa regional coordinator of Industriall, a global trade union, also made opening remarks. He expressed his appreciation for the efforts of the organisers of the workshop to get trade unionists, CSO activists and journalists to develop a shared perspective on the Africa Mining Vision (AMV), a policy framework which he believes is very important for the development of Africa.
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