Conference Agenda

Overview and details of the sessions of this conference. Please select a date or location to show only sessions at that day or location. Please select a single session for detailed view (with abstracts and downloads if available).

Please note that all times are shown in the time zone of the conference. The current conference time is: 30th Nov 2021, 07:44:00pm SAST

 
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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 26/July/2021
9:00am
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10:30am
Opening Ceremony
Location: Streaming 1
Chair: Qing DONG, China National Academy of Governance, China, People's Republic of
Chair: Ra'ed Mohammed BENSHAMS, Bahrain Institute of Public Administration, Bahrain
Moderator: César ALFONZO, IASIA, Brazil
  • Welcome address by Honourable Stanley Mathabatha, Premier, Limpopo Province, South Africa; 
  • Opening remarks by UNISA Principal and Vice-Chancellor Prof. Puleng LenkaBula;
  • Welcome to Limpopo province by Chairperson, Limpopo Tourism Agency Board Mr K A Dipela;
  • Welcome address by IASIA President Dong Qing (China National Academy of Governance); 
  • Welcome address by IIAS President Ra'ed BenShams (Bahrain Institute of Public Administration); 
  • Presentation Conference Rapporteur Prof. Werner Webb (UNISA).
11:00am
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12:30pm
Public Administration & Industry 4.0/4IR
Location: Streaming 1
Chair: Mathukhu Thomas MOGALE, UNISA, South Africa
Moderator: Steve TROUPIN, IIAS, Belgium
Discussant: Mashupye Hebert MASERUMULE, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa

Limpopo Tourism overview by Mr NK Ramakuela, Acting CEO, LTA

Public Administration and Industry 4.0 by Dr Geraldine Fraser-Moleketi, Chairperson of the United Nations Committee of Experts on Public Administration

Keynote Address by Honourable Senzo Mchunu, Minister for the Public Service and Administration, Republic of South Africa

Discussion by Prof. Hebert Mashupye Masrumule, Tshwane University of Technology

Challenges of Emergent countries by Prof. Michiel S. De Vries, IASIA Past President, Radboud University, the Netherlands

2:00pm
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3:30pm
IIAS SG on Social Innovation, Commons and Administration
Chair: Anna SIMONATI, University of Trento, Italy
Moderator: Fabienne MARON, IIAS, Belgium
From Conference to Journals: Open Access Publications Opportunities at IASIA-IIAS
Location: Streaming 2
Chair: Marco DE LA CRUZ, IIAS, Belgium
Moderator: Steve TROUPIN, IIAS, Belgium

The session aims at showcasing the Open Access publication program of IASIA-IIAS. Reviewed conference papers are channeled to partner journals, inside and outside the IASIA-IIAS.

WGXI: Public Administration in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Location: Virtual 4
Chair: Werner WEBB, UNISA, South Africa
Moderator: Collette LUKONG, IIAS, Cameroon
WGI: Education and Training Program – Aligning Missions and Quality
Location: Virtual 5
Chair: Hendri KROUKAMP, University of the Free State, South Africa
Chair: Ludmila GAJDOSOVA, NISPAcee, Slovak Republic
Chair: Blue WOOLDRIDGE, Virginia Commonwealth University, United States of America
Moderator: Lucia MARTINEZ, IIAS, Belgium
WGIV: Sub-National Governance and Development
Chair: Amitava BASU, Centre for Environmental Management and Participatory Development, India
Chair: Cristina RODRIGUEZ-ACOSTA, Florida International University, United States of America
Moderator: Fares SAHRAOUI, IIAS, Tunisia
WGVIII: Human Resources Management in the Public Sector
Chair: Liza Ceciel VAN JAARSVELDT, University of South Africa, South Africa
Moderator: Aneeqa SUHAIL, IIAS, Belgium
 
4:00pm
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5:30pm
Big Data, Algorithms and Administrative Decision-taking
Location: Streaming 2
Chair: Loredana GIANI, unier, Italy
Chair: Aristide POLICE, LUISS Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali di Roma, Italy
Moderator: Marco DE LA CRUZ, IIAS, Belgium
ICAPA Accreditation - What Is It and Is It Right for Your Program?
Chair: Allan ROSENBAUM, Florida International University, United States of America
Chair: Najat ZARROUK, United Cities and Local Governments of Africa, Morocco
Moderator: Steve TROUPIN, IIAS, Belgium
Like the global financial crisis of 2008 - 2009, the great Covid pandemic has once again illustrated the critical importance of effective governmental action, not only for crisis situations,  but for insuring the well-being of society more generally. This has called dramatic attention to the great importance of having well trained highly effective public servants to provide the public services we all require, which, in turn, emphasizes the need for the absolute highest quality of public administration education and training.However, how do we, as public administration educators and trainers ensure that the education and training which we are providing to our students and trainees meets the highest of standards? One of the most effective ways that many professions have found for doing this is through the peer review accreditation of education and training programs in their disciplines. Towards this end, IASIA has established the International Commission on the Accreditation Public...
WGXI: Public Administration in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Location: Virtual 4
Chair: Werner WEBB, UNISA, South Africa
WGI: Education and Training Program – Aligning Missions and Quality
Location: Virtual 5
Chair: Hendri KROUKAMP, University of the Free State, South Africa
Chair: Ludmila GAJDOSOVA, NISPAcee, Slovak Republic
Chair: Blue WOOLDRIDGE, Virginia Commonwealth University, United States of America
WGIII: Public Sector Reform
Location: Virtual 1
Chair: Randhir AULUCK, Coventry University, United Kingdom
Chair: Benoit CATHALA, M., France
WGIV: Sub-National Governance and Development
Location: Virtual 1
Chair: Amitava BASU, Centre for Environmental Management and Participatory Development, India
WGIX: International Dimensions of Public Administration
Location: Virtual 1
Chair: Frank NAERT, Ghent University, Belgium
Chair: Ruben Dario ECHEVERRY, Universidad del Valle, Colombia
Chair: Adrian M. VELAZQUEZ VAZQUEZ, University of La Verne, United States of America
Date: Tuesday, 27/July/2021
9:00am
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10:30am
Sustainable Ageing in a Digital World
Chair: Lichia SANER-YIU, CSEND, Switzerland
Moderator: Collette LUKONG, IIAS, Cameroon
An increasing number of concerns have been raised regarding the risks of leaving vulnerable groups behind in a hyper-digitalised world which includes older and marginalised populations. Therefore, digital inclusion needs to be atop priority in terms of public policy making from a human rights and from an economic productivity point of view. The latter is of particular importance for countries that do not yet have an adequate social safety net for their citizens andalso for countries faced with the challenge of older persons soon outnumbering the younger population. Responsivepolicies could empower the older population who are not yet digitally proficient to reap the potential benefits of thedigital technology and support their participation in an increasingly digitalized economy and society. An ageing workforce poses a known dilemma to companies. Older employees who hold more manual and lesshighly skilled jobs tend to be less familiar with ICT and less equipped to participate in...
Japan Panel
Location: Streaming 2
Chair: Koichiro AGATA, Waseda University, Japan
Moderator: Marco DE LA CRUZ, IIAS, Belgium
Discussant: Sabine KUHLMANN, Potsdam University, Germany
Information and communications technology from Japan has been developed at the highest level in global society. FUGAKU is among the fastest supercomputers globally, as the successor of KEI in Japan, which has won first place on the Graph500 ranking ten times. The former is equipped with a calculation capacity a hundred times faster than the latter. Moreover, 4G technology is implemented in a large amount of equipment destined for normal daily life in Japan, while 5G will be propagated in 80% of mobile phones by 2024. Conversely, the digital transformation of the Japanese government has not been positively evaluated, as it obtained the 14th position out of 193 countries worldwide in the 2020 UN E-Government survey. Given these circumstances in Japan, we would like to discuss the following aspects in this panel: What is the background of the current state of DX in the Japanese government? Which measures regarding DX have been planned and attempted to be implemented by the government?...
WGXI: Public Administration in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Location: Virtual 4
Chair: Werner WEBB, UNISA, South Africa
WGI: Education and Training Program – Aligning Missions and Quality
Location: Virtual 5
Chair: Hendri KROUKAMP, University of the Free State, South Africa
Chair: Ludmila GAJDOSOVA, NISPAcee, Slovak Republic
Chair: Blue WOOLDRIDGE, Virginia Commonwealth University, United States of America
WGII: Public Sector Ethics and Culture
Location: Virtual 1
Chair: Pregala PILLAY, Stellenbosch University, South Africa
Chair: Najat ZARROUK, United Cities and Local Governments of Africa, Morocco
WGVIII: Human Resources Management in the Public Sector
Location: Virtual 3
Chair: Liza Ceciel VAN JAARSVELDT, University of South Africa, South Africa
Chair: Chafika AGUEZNAY, ENSA, Morocco
Moderator: Aneeqa SUHAIL, IIAS, Belgium
11:00am
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12:30pm
Intercontinental Forum
Location: Streaming 1
Chair: Shepherd MALEFANE, University of South Africa, South Africa
Moderator: Fabienne MARON, IIAS, Belgium

The panel deals with national strategies aimed at seizing the opportunities and mitigating the risks of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Panelists include: 

  • Prof. Hideaki Shiroyama, The University of Tokyo; 
  • Manchuan WANG, Vice President, China Society of Administrative Reform; 
  • Dr. Julia Puaschunder, The New School, Columbia University
  • Mr. Xolile George, South African Local Government Association (SALGA)
2:00pm
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3:30pm
Research case studies as an approach to public administration challenges: Cases from Africa
Location: Streaming 2
Chair: Jacobus Stephanus WESSELS, University of South Africa, South Africa
Moderator: Collette LUKONG, IIAS, Cameroon
Open Call: Public Administration and Industry 4.0
Chair: Fabienne MARON, IIAS, Belgium
WGXI: Public Administration in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Chair: Hideaki SHIROYAMA, The University of Tokyo, Japan
WGXI: Public Administration in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Location: Virtual 4
Chair: Werner WEBB, UNISA, South Africa
WGIII: Public Sector Reform
Location: Virtual 1
Chair: Randhir AULUCK, Coventry University, United Kingdom
Chair: Benoit CATHALA, M., France
WGIV: Sub-National Governance and Development
Location: Virtual 1
Chair: Cristina RODRIGUEZ-ACOSTA, Florida International University, United States of America
Moderator: Aneeqa SUHAIL, IIAS, Belgium
WGIV: Sub-National Governance and Development
Location: Virtual 1
Chair: Amitava BASU, Centre for Environmental Management and Participatory Development, India
WGVI: Public Sector Governance, Leadership and Management
Location: Virtual 2
Chair: Juraj NEMEC, Masaryk University Brno, Czech Republic
WGVIII: Human Resources Management in the Public Sector
Location: Virtual 3
Chair: Liza Ceciel VAN JAARSVELDT, University of South Africa, South Africa
Chair: Chafika AGUEZNAY, ENSA, Morocco
WGIX: International Dimensions of Public Administration
Location: Virtual 1
Chair: Frank NAERT, Ghent University, Belgium
Chair: Ruben Dario ECHEVERRY, Universidad del Valle, Colombia
Chair: Adrian M. VELAZQUEZ VAZQUEZ, University of La Verne, United States of America
   
4:00pm
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5:30pm
WGXI: Public Administration in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Location: Virtual 4
Chair: Werner WEBB, UNISA, South Africa
Moderator: Santiago RODRIGUEZ, IIAS, Colombia
WGI: Education and Training Program – Aligning Missions and Quality
Location: Virtual 5
Chair: Hendri KROUKAMP, University of the Free State, South Africa
Chair: Ludmila GAJDOSOVA, NISPAcee, Slovak Republic
Chair: Blue WOOLDRIDGE, Virginia Commonwealth University, United States of America
Moderator: Marco DE LA CRUZ, IIAS, Belgium
WGII: Public Sector Ethics and Culture
Location: Virtual 2
Chair: Pregala PILLAY, Stellenbosch University, South Africa
Chair: Najat ZARROUK, United Cities and Local Governments of Africa, Morocco
Moderator: Lucia MARTINEZ, IIAS, Belgium
WGIII: Public Sector Reform
Location: Virtual 3
Chair: Randhir AULUCK, Coventry University, United Kingdom
Chair: Benoit CATHALA, M., France
Moderator: Steve TROUPIN, IIAS, Belgium
WGIV: Sub-National Governance and Development
Location: Virtual 1
Chair: PS REDDY, Kwazulu Natal University, South Africa
Moderator: Fabienne MARON, IIAS, Belgium
WGVI: Public Sector Governance, Leadership and Management
Location: Virtual 2
Chair: Juraj NEMEC, Masaryk University Brno, Czech Republic
Moderator: César ALFONZO, IASIA, Brazil
WGVII: Public Policy, Public Decision-Making, and Policy Implementation
Location: Virtual 5
Chair: Michiel S. DE VRIES, Radbout University, Netherlands, The
Moderator: Fares SAHRAOUI, IIAS, Tunisia
         
Date: Wednesday, 28/July/2021
9:00am
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10:30am
Fourth Industrial Revolution: Public administration between challenges and opportunities
Location: Streaming 3
Chair: Najem SALMEEN, BIPA, Bahrain
Chair: Dana Albuarki, BIPA, Bahrain
Chair: Faisal ALKHAYYAT, BIPA, Bahrain
Moderator: Fares SAHRAOUI, IIAS, Tunisia
A District Development Model as a New Approach to Local Development: The Case of the Waterberg District Municipality
Location: Streaming 2
Chair: Jacobus Stephanus WESSELS, University of South Africa, South Africa
Moderator: Collette LUKONG, IIAS, Cameroon

The session will open with comments by 

  • Waterberg District Municipality Mayor Morris Mataboge
  • SALGA Provincial Director of Operations Ledile Sabati

Panel discussions will be guided by the following questions:

  1. What is the nature and scope of the current challenges experienced in the local government sphere in South Africa?
  2. Which current systems and policies have shown to be inefficient?
  3. What makes the District Development Model different from the existing practice?
  4. How will the pilot studies be assessed?
  5. What is the research of knowledge base for this model?
  6. What are the most important research priorities in this field?
WGXI: Public Administration in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Location: Virtual 4
Chair: Werner WEBB, UNISA, South Africa
Moderator: Santiago RODRIGUEZ, IIAS, Colombia
WGIII: Public Sector Reform
Location: Virtual 1
Chair: Randhir AULUCK, Coventry University, United Kingdom
Chair: Benoit CATHALA, M., France
Moderator: Marco DE LA CRUZ, IIAS, Belgium
WGV: Gender, Diversity and Equity
Chair: Laila Mostafa EL-BARADEI, American University in Cairo, Egypt
Moderator: Lucia MARTINEZ, IIAS, Belgium
WGVI: Public Sector Governance, Leadership and Management
Location: Virtual 2
Chair: Liezel LUES, University of the Free State, South Africa
Moderator: Fabienne MARON, IIAS, Belgium
WGVIII: Human Resources Management in the Public Sector
Location: Virtual 3
Chair: Liza Ceciel VAN JAARSVELDT, University of South Africa, South Africa
Chair: Chafika AGUEZNAY, ENSA, Morocco
Moderator: Steve TROUPIN, IIAS, Belgium
 
11:00am
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12:30pm
Braibant Lecture
Chair: PS REDDY, Kwazulu Natal University, South Africa
Moderator: Fabienne MARON, IIAS, Belgium
2:00pm
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3:30pm
Harnessing the Transformative Potentials of Industry 4.0: What Role for African Public Administration?
Chair: Ukertor Gabriel MOTI, University of Abuja, Nigeria
Chair: Steve TROUPIN, IIAS, Belgium
Using Digital Technologies to Address Inequalities and Digital Divides in Attaining Sustainable Development
Location: Streaming 2
Chair: Manchuan WANG, China Society of Administrative Reform, China, People's Republic of
Chair: Wai Min KWOK, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations, United States of America
Moderator: Collette LUKONG, IIAS, Cameroon
Future Cities Seminar: From the Great Lockdown to the Great Rebound
Location: Streaming 1
Chair: Cristina RODRIGUEZ-ACOSTA, Florida International University, United States of America
Chair: Amitava BASU, Centre for Environmental Management and Participatory Development, India
Moderator: Fabienne MARON, IIAS, Belgium

Jon Williams (30'):

  • Global fundamentals
  • Cities at the heart of the ESG movement
  • New/required governance and legislative strcutreus in response to COVID-19 and future schocks and stressors

Asma Ismail (20'): 

  • Case study of the city of Cape Town 

Panel discussion (40') faciliated by Jon Williams & Asma Ismail 

Using 4IR To Correct the Mistakes of Earlier IRs
Chair: Owen PODGER, University of Canberra, Indonesia
Moderator: Marco DE LA CRUZ, IIAS, Belgium
WGXI: Public Administration in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Location: Virtual 4
Chair: Werner WEBB, UNISA, South Africa
Moderator: Santiago RODRIGUEZ, IIAS, Colombia
WGI: Education and Training Program – Aligning Missions and Quality
Location: Virtual 5
Chair: Hendri KROUKAMP, University of the Free State, South Africa
Chair: Ludmila GAJDOSOVA, NISPAcee, Slovak Republic
Chair: Blue WOOLDRIDGE, Virginia Commonwealth University, United States of America
Moderator: Lucia MARTINEZ, IIAS, Belgium
WGVI: Public Sector Governance, Leadership and Management
Location: Virtual 2
Chair: Liezel LUES, University of the Free State, South Africa
Chair: Yingchun SUN, China National Academy of Governance, China, People's Republic of
Moderator: César ALFONZO, IASIA, Brazil
WGVII: Public Policy, Public Decision-Making, and Policy Implementation
Location: Virtual 5
Chair: Christina ANDREWS, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Moderator: Fares SAHRAOUI, IIAS, Tunisia
4:00pm
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5:30pm
Harnessing the Transformative Potentials of Industry 4.0: What Role for African Public Administration?
Chair: Ukertor Gabriel MOTI, University of Abuja, Nigeria
Chair: Steve TROUPIN, IIAS, Belgium
WGXI: Public Administration in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Location: Virtual 4
Chair: Werner WEBB, UNISA, South Africa
WGIV: Sub-National Governance and Development
Location: Virtual 1
Chair: PS REDDY, Kwazulu Natal University, South Africa
Chair: Amitava BASU, Centre for Environmental Management and Participatory Development, India
Chair: Cristina RODRIGUEZ-ACOSTA, Florida International University, United States of America
WGV: Gender, Diversity and Equity
Chair: Laila Mostafa EL-BARADEI, American University in Cairo, Egypt
WGVI: Public Sector Governance, Leadership and Management
Location: Virtual 2
Chair: Liezel LUES, University of the Free State, South Africa
Moderator: Collette LUKONG, IIAS, Cameroon
WGVII: Public Policy, Public Decision-Making, and Policy Implementation
Location: Virtual 5
Chair: Henry WISSINK, University of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa
WGVIII: Human Resources Management in the Public Sector
Location: Virtual 3
Chair: Liza Ceciel VAN JAARSVELDT, University of South Africa, South Africa
Chair: Chafika AGUEZNAY, ENSA, Morocco
 
Date: Thursday, 29/July/2021
9:00am
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11:00am
UNDESA Opening Session: Public Service Innovation and e-Government for SDGs in Africa
Chair: Ra'ed Mohammed BENSHAMS, Bahrain Institute of Public Administration, Bahrain
Chair: Busani NGCAWENI, National school of government, South Africa

UNDESA Virtual capacity development workshop “Public service innovation and e-government for SDGs in Africa

- Juraj Nemec, United Nations Commitee of Experts on Public Administration; 

- Dr. Mixia Liu, Associate professor in Center for E-Government Studies, China National Academy of Governance

- Laila El-Baradei, The American University in Cairo

- John-Mary Kauzya, UNDESA DPIDG

- Keynote by Prof. Frank V. Zerunyan, University of Southern California, USA

9:00am
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4:15pm
PwC Workshop: Public Administration in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Location: Streaming 1
Chair: Werner WEBB, UNISA, South Africa

9:00-9:30: Keynote Opening

  • Convened by Dayalan Govender
  • Opening remarks by Shirley Machaba, CEO PwC SA
  • Q&A

9:30-10:30: Speakers, "Fourth Industrial Revolution Technologies and the Future of Work"

  • Riaan Singh, "Revolution technologies and data led insight"; 
  • Beverley Green, " Future world of work - Workforce of the future" 

10:30-11:00: Tea break

11:00-13:00: Panel Discussion, convened by Dayalan Govender

13:00-14:00: Lunch Break

14:00-15:00: Speakers, "Economic Recovery and Development"

  • Convened by Alan Jonker
  • Caroline Poschl, "Macro", "Economic Development: Social Inclusion and Sustainability";
  • Dayalan Govender, "The Role of Education in Economic Recovery and Development".

15:00-16:00: Panel Discussion, convened by Alan Jonker

  • Generational impact
  • SDG and sedtor impats
  • Economic development, social inclusion and sustainability

16:00-16:15: Wrap-up and Closing by Dayalan Govender

9:30am
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10:30am
IIAS Finance Committee meeting
Location: Streaming 2
Chair: Jörg BOGUMIL, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany
Chair: Sofiane SAHRAOUI, International Institute of Administrative Sciences, Belgium
Moderator: Steve TROUPIN, IIAS, Belgium
11:00am
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12:30pm
IASIA Board of Management meeting
Location: Streaming 2
Chair: Qing DONG, China National Academy of Governance, China, People's Republic of
Chair: Sofiane SAHRAOUI, International Institute of Administrative Sciences, Belgium
Moderator: César ALFONZO, IASIA, Brazil
UNDESA Plenary Session I: The Role of Public Sector Institutions; Leadership and Human Capacities and Innovations in the Public Sector
Chair: Laila Mostafa EL-BARADEI, American University in Cairo, Egypt

UNDESA Virtual capacity development workshop Public service innovation and e-government for SDGs in Africa”:

2:00pm
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3:30pm
IIAS Council of Administration meeting
Location: Streaming 2
Chair: Ra'ed Mohammed BENSHAMS, Bahrain Institute of Public Administration, Bahrain
Chair: Sofiane SAHRAOUI, International Institute of Administrative Sciences, Belgium
Moderator: Steve TROUPIN, IIAS, Belgium
2:00pm
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5:00pm
UNDESA Plenary Session II and Practicum: Adaptation of Best Practices in Priority Areas of Service Delivery and the Facilitating Factors for Successful Adaptation in Africa
Chair: Elizabeth NILAND, UNDESA, United States of America

UNDESA Virtual capacity development workshop “Public service innovation and e-government for SDGs in Africa

Presentations by UNPS Award winners from Africa (next to Ms. Stella Warue's one)

  • Stella Warue, Upscaling Basic Sanitation for Urban Poor
  • Tiyapo Salani, Unaswi Nsinanwa & Omphile Ratana (Department of ICT and Media Services, Ministry of Basic Education) Botswana (TBC), "ICT Integration into Teaching and Learning"

Presentations from selected LDCs in participation:

  • Uganda: Ms. Savia Mugwanya, Assistant Commissioner HRM Civil Service College  
  • Ethiopia: Dr. Teferi Hailemichael Hassan, Director, Addis Center for Sustainable Development 
  • Rwanda: Ms. Innocente Murasi, Commissioner for Strategy and Risk Analysis
4:00pm
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5:30pm
IIAS-IASIA General Assembly
Location: Streaming 2
Chair: Ra'ed Mohammed BENSHAMS, Bahrain Institute of Public Administration, Bahrain
Chair: Qing DONG, China National Academy of Governance, China, People's Republic of
Chair: Sofiane SAHRAOUI, International Institute of Administrative Sciences, Belgium
Moderator: Steve TROUPIN, IIAS, Belgium
5:00pm
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5:30pm
UNDESA Final Session: Conclusions, Recommendations and Ways Forward
Chair: John-Mary KAUZYA, United Nations, United States of America
Chair: Steve TROUPIN, IIAS, Belgium
Date: Friday, 30/July/2021
9:00am
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10:30am
IASIA 60th Anniversary Session
Location: Streaming 1
Chair: Qing DONG, China National Academy of Governance, China, People's Republic of
Moderator: César ALFONZO, IASIA, Brazil

- Dong Qing, IASIA President - Welcome introduction message
- Ra'ed BenShams, IIAS President
- IASIA 60th Anniversary Video
- Shepherd MALEFANE, University of South Africa, South Africa
- Sofiane Sahraoui, IIAS Director-General
- Awardees 2020-2021 (Donald C. Stone Award):
   Bianor Cavalcanti, Blue Wooldridge and Hendri Kroukamp
- Awardees 2020-2021 (O.P. Dwivedi Award):
   Allan Rosenbaum and Paul Joyce

11:00am
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12:30pm
Closing Ceremony
Location: Streaming 1
Chair: Sofiane SAHRAOUI, International Institute of Administrative Sciences, Belgium
  • Scientific Report by Rapporteur-General Prof. Werner Webb (UNISA)
  • Thanking word by Waterberg District Municipality Bela-Bela Mayor Jemeriah Ngobeni
  • Community engagement project by Prof. Liza Van Jaarsveldt (UNISA)
  • Thanking word by Prof. Thomas M. Mogale (UNISA)
  • Thanking word by Dr. Sofiane Sahraoui, Director General (IIAS)
  • Presentation of the 2022 Conference Project

 
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