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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...

CIPE partners with State ECA on Action Planning to Enable Women in the Economy

12.12.2019
  Nineteen different countries, nineteen different stories, nineteen women all focused on improving the enabling environment for women in their economies —CIPE was honored to welcome the International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) Delegation from the U.S. Department of State for an actio...

Democracy That Delivers #180 – Part 2 Corruption as a Brake on Balkan Recovery

12.03.2019 |
The Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, also known as the U.S. Helsinki Commission, announced a briefing analyzing corruption in the Balkans on December 3rd, 2019, titled: IT’S ALL ABOUT MONEY Corruption as a Brake on Balkan Recovery We are joined by Igor Novakovic, Research Directo...

Democracy That Delivers #179 – Part 1 Corruption as a Brake on Balkan Recovery

12.03.2019 |
  The Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, also known as the U.S. Helsinki Commission, announced a briefing analyzing corruption in the Balkans on December 3rd, 2019, titled: IT’S ALL ABOUT MONEY Corruption as a Brake on Balkan Recovery We are joined by Igor Stojanovic, Research...

Nepal: Shifting Gear from South to North

11.19.2019
Nepal, sandwiched between China and India, plays a limited role in the global arena, however for China and India, who are two of the largest players in world politics and economy, the small Himalayan nation holds strong strategic interest. India, which surrounds Nepal on three sides, has always asse...

The SME Governance Guidebook

11.11.2019
What would lead Slim Othmani, CEO of a mid-size, family-owned food manufacturing firm in Algeria, to adopt corporate governance practices? What would it mean for his company’s growth, investor relations, and family relations? For Othmani, his motivations to adopt new practices were about managing ...

All Eyes on Sudan’s Transition to a Democracy

10.24.2019
With the world watching, Sudan is shifting from a military to civilian government. Sudan’s former dictator, Omar al-Bashir, had ruled for 30 years when his own military removed him from power last April amidst a string of popular protests. A transitional military council ruled the country until A...

Democracy That Delivers #176: Introduction to Women And Girls Empowered (WAGE)

10.22.2019 |
We are joined this week by consortium members of the Women And Girls Empowered program (WAGE) to introduce this global programming consortium. The mission of WAGE is to advance the status of women and girls around the world. The program is funded by the U.S Department of State’s Office for Gl...
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