negotiation How do you negotiate effectively from a position of weakness?   African governments negotiate a wide variety of international deals, from trade agreements to agreements with individual investors. On 15 September Emily Jones joined three other experts to run a training session for Oxford Policy Fellows and government representatives from several African countries including Ghana, Namibia, Rwanda, Zanzibar and Djibouti. Emily shared insights from her work with trade negotiators from developing cou

Emily Jones runs training session for Oxford Policy Fellows and government officials

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How do you negotiate effectively from a position of weakness? 

African governments negotiate a wide variety of international deals, from trade agreements to agreements with individual investors. On 15 September Emily Jones joined three other experts to run a training session for Oxford Policy Fellows and government representatives from several African countries including Ghana, Namibia, Rwanda, Zanzibar and Djibouti. Emily shared insights from her work with trade negotiators from developing countries, as well as reflections on the current Brexit negotiations. The training session was organised by Oxford Policy Management.