CAS 2018: For Our Common Good

The Commonwealth Africa Summit 2018 with the proposed theme; Common Good, seeks to promote the benefits and interests of all through improved collective action for the common good of humanity within and outside the commonwealth.

This summit will among other things inspire a collective action among commonwealth leaders that will take bolder and more effective steps at inspiring real leadership, eradicating poverty, ending corruption and engaging a more globally united approach to promote peace and prosperity in Africa.

Why Attend?

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Opportunity for Networking with Key Decision Makers from Africa

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Hear from some of the brightest minds

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Prominent keynotes from Great leaders

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Build rapport as you meet face to face with global experts

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Build rapport as you meet face to face with global experts

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Promote your business and ideas. Invest in Yourself and Have Fun

Some of Our Confirmed Speakers

Dr. John Mahama

Dr. John Mahama

Former President of Ghana

TIM LOUGHTON MP

TIM LOUGHTON MP

British Conservative Party politician

Amina J Mohammed

Amina J Mohammed

Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations

Folorunso Alakija

Folorunso Alakija

Vice Chairman FAMFA Oil

Bukola Saraki

Bukola Saraki

Senate President of Nigeria

Hassan Abdelgadir

Hassan Abdelgadir

Minister of Environment, Sudan

Tim Wainwright

Tim Wainwright

CEO WaterAid

Parminder Vir

Parminder Vir

CEO, Tony Elumelu Foundation

Themes and Conversations

Climate Change: Issues, Priorities and Solutions for the Commonwealth Africa

How to beat Africa’s Water Crisis

Will Brexit Translate to opportunities for African Economy

Strong Economic Leadership: An imperative for Common Good

From Emerging Markets to Sustainable Market – Creating Sustainable economies across Africa

Africa for Africans: A New Era of Africa Philanthropic Giving and its impact on the continent

Which emerging markets are ripe for next generation of private equity financing?

Are there disruptive solutions to solving Africa’s Energy and Infrastructural challenges

Economic Prosperity, Poverty and Human Trafficking in Africa: Finding lasting solutions

Improving Opportunities for African Women: The role of economic, policy and culture

Beyond Philanthropy: How do we drive more access to finance for Africa’s budding entrepreneurs

Investing in Africa: Where are the opportunities? Where are the financing gaps?

Local Access (UK and EU)

Open Session
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Deluxe Daily Access
£100
Daily Access to all summit sessions
Coffee breaks, and lunch on registered day
Daytime event occurring on registered day
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Premier Access
£250
Full Access to Summit sessions on Day 2 and 3
Pre - Summits are available for an additional fee
Access to the Gala and Award Dinner
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Elite Access
£350
Access to the Commonwealth Day Wreath Laying Ceremony
Access to other Commonwealth Day Observance Activities
Coffee breaks, and lunch (Canapes only on Day 1)
Full Access to Summit sessions on Day 2 and 3
Standard Access to the Gala and Award Dinner
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International Access (Other parts of the Commonwealths and Internationals

Open Sessions
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Premier Access
£750
Full Access to Summit sessions on Day 2 and 3
Pre - Summits are available for an additional fee
Access to the Gala and Award Dinner
Coffee breaks, and lunch
Access to selected Courtesy visits sessions
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Elite Access
£1000
Access to the Commonwealth Day Wreath Laying Ceremony with British and Commonwealth Leaders
Access to the Commonwealth Day Observance Activities
Coffee breaks, and lunch (Canapes only on Day 1)
Welcome Reception
Full Access to Summit sessions on Day 2 and 3
Access to the Gala and Award Dinner
Access to Courtesy visit sessions
Summit Materials
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Dinner and Gala

Standard
£80
2 Course Dinner
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VIP
£140
Priority admission when the doors open and seating
3 Course Dinner
Limited selection of wine on table
Access to Pre Dinner Reception
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VIP Table
£1500
Priority admission when the doors open and seating
3 Course Dinner
Access to Pre Dinner Reception
Group Photo
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VVIP Table
£4000
3 course dinner
Premium selection of drinks*
Access to Pre Dinner reception
Opportunity to have one of the VIP Speakers on your table
Group Photo
Souvenir
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FORUM OBJECTIVES

  • The 2018 Summit seeks to promote the benefits and interests of all through improved collective action for the common good of humanity within and outside the commonwealth. It will engage the commonwealth community to advance multiple agendas such as Global Leadership, International Security, Economy and Energy in order to:
  • Promote the benefits and interests of all through improved collective action and creation of policy options in achieving sustainable development goals and the African Agenda 2063.
  • Harness Commonwealth’s strengths in international politics to effect positive economic and political change in Africa
  • Promote advocacy for good governance and better service delivery in the member African countries
  • To showcase countries’ best practices, promote peer learning, capacity development and dynamic partnership.
  • To convene public and private-sector leaders together with intelligence, health and finance experts to prepare for and respond to a rapidly changing landscape and multiple humanitarian crises
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