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Democracy That Delivers #168: When Governance is Not Government

08.14.2019 |
This week on Democracy That Delivers, we are joined by Rick O’Sullivan, who joined us for episode #157 of DTD. This podcast continues the conversation with co-host Ryan Musser, and host Ken Jaques. They examine the importance of civil society taking an active role in governing and not just ad...

Democracy That Delivers #166: Ali Ayadi on CIPE’s Work in Tunisia

07.30.2019 |
We are joined by Ali Ayadi, CIPE’s Country Representative in Tunisia, to discuss the changing social, political and economic environment of the country. He and host Ken Jaques begin by discussing the recent passing of the late President of Tunisia, Beji Caid Essebsi. Ayadi then discusses some of ...

Democracy That Delivers #164: Eric Olander of the China Africa Project

07.17.2019 |
  This week on Democracy That Delivers, our host is Lars Benson, Regional Director of Africa for CIPE. We are joined by co-host Ryan Musser, Program Officer for Africa at CIPE, and Eric Olander, the founder of the China Africa Project (CAP). CAP is an independent, non-partisan media initiative...

Democracy That Delivers #156: Alison Taylor from BSR on Stakeholder Engagement

05.14.2019 |
“Good sustainability performance means good financial performance,” says Alison Taylor. Alison Taylor, Managing Director for Sustainability Management at BSR, joins us on Democracy That Delivers to discuss what business for social responsibility is, with CIPE’s Anti-Corruption Governance Cent...

LGBTI+ Rights and Corruption: What’s the Connection?

03.27.2019
This blog originally appeared on CC Trends.    Global business leaders can reduce corruption and boost productivity by upholding LGBTI+ rights. Even with rapid progress on LGBTI+ rights in the last decade, 69 countries still criminalize same-sex relations and 155 lack anti-discrimination ...

Lebanon Needs More Transparency of Foreign Aid Inflows

02.28.2019
On January 31, following months of political gridlock, Lebanon formed a new government, led by Prime Minister Saad Hariri. Parliamentary elections were held for the first time in nearly a decade in May of 2018, and political factions had failed to agree to a new government in the ensuing months. No...
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