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The Power of Constituency

01.31.2020
In his opening remarks for CIPE’s event, Leveraging the Private Sector to Improve the Economic Enabling Environment for Women, Executive Director Andrew Wilson suggested that power is not given, but taken. Wilson went on to describe four phases of empowerment, including: taking control/power of y...

Three reasons to be optimistic about trade in Latin America

01.27.2020
This blog was originally published on the Global Alliance for Trade Facilitation’s website.   José Raúl Perales, Deputy Director at the Global Alliance for Trade Facilitation explains the trends he sees in the region’s trade facilitation landscape.   While speaking at a recent h...

Two Days in the Life of CIPE

01.23.2020
On January 9-10, CIPE opened its doors to four Johns Hopkins students to give them a taste of what it’s like to have a career in democracy assistance and private sector development. Organized by the Johns Hopkins Life Design Lab, this “Host a Jay at Work” event gave undergraduate students an ...

Democracy That Delivers #183: Priscilla Clapp On Her Global Career

01.08.2020 |
Priscilla Clapp joins us on CIPE’s Democracy That Delivers podcast this week. She is currently a senior advisor to the U.S. Institute of Peace and the Asia Society, and is a retired Minister-Counselor in the U.S. Foreign Service. Host Ken Jaques asks her to share some stories on her insightfu...

Top 5 Democracy That Delivers Podcasts of 2019

12.24.2019 |
This week on Democracy That Delivers, we highlight our top 5 most listened to podcasts of 2019. Thank you for listening, and we look forward to creating more content for your interest and curiosity in 2020. Do you know someone who would like to join us for a podcast? Let us know! We always welcome n...
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