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New Survey Results Will Help Colombia’s Businesses Go Digital

Esta publicación está disponible en español. Colombian small- and medium-sized businesses find it challenging to digitalize their operations but see significant opportunities in doing so, according to new survey data revealed at a recent CIPE event in Bogota attended by more than 250 leaders fro...

CIPE’s Role in Supporting the Colombian Peace Process

Esta publicación está disponible en español. In May, CIPE’s Colombia team has been reflecting back on the accomplishments of five years of successful implementation of the Observatory for Private Investment. CIPE developed this initiative with the Colombian consulting firm Jaime Arteaga y Aso...

How the Private Sector Can Strengthen Healthy Information Ecosystems

Supporting independent journalism and freedom of expression remains a top priority for the global democracy agenda. Companies and business organizations can take impactful steps to counter threats to healthy information spaces. Supporting Media and Access to Information Free and independent media ar...

Enthusiasm for Private Sector Anti-Corruption Reform in Paris at GACIF 2024

Anti-Corruption Efforts in the Private Sector An important benchmark in the anti-corruption field is the extent to which the private sector devotes effort, expertise, and resources to drive company-level anti-bribery programs as well as external initiatives to push back against the pernicious effect...

Resilience and Reform: Ukraine’s Journey Through Crisis and Recovery

The full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022 profoundly changed the lives of Ukrainians. In the face of advancing Russian troops and relentless bombardments, many were forced to abandon their homes, seeking refuge either in other regions of Ukraine or abroad. This upheaval led to ...

Collective Action Improves Digital Outcomes for Women

Digital transformations are usually a years-long process, as governments devise strategies, procure equipment, train civil servants, fix glitches in the systems, and help constituents to use and build trust in new tools. But not in Albania. There, in April 2022, the state gave people just four days&...

B5+1 Takes New Steps To Accelerate Central Asia’s Economic Integration

The CIPE-led B5+1 Forum is emphasizing five priority industries and concrete actions needed to accelerate regional integration and economic development in Central Asia. B5+1 is the business counterpart to C5+1, the diplomatic platform for Central Asia countries (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikist...

First Ever B5+1 Forum Commences

UPDATE: The B5+1 Forum has adjourned and released a Communique.  Read Day 2 recap   READ THE B5+1 COMMUNIQUE   B5+1 is the business counterpart to C5+1, the diplomatic platform for Central Asia countries (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan) and the U.S. Th...

Marking Seven Hundred and Thirty-One Days of Resilience

Nataliia Zhuhai, CIPE Ukraine Program Officer, recounts her team’s experiences on the second anniversary of war. February 24 marks the second anniversary of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, an event that has brought a harrowing conflict in the heart of Europe. Over the past two ...

CIPE and Partner ACCI Work to Raise Procurement Standards in Nigeria

As March kicks off, we reflect on the successes of a joint ethics training program held in Lagos earlier in the year. On January 25, CIPE and the Abuja Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ACCI) held the first in a series of procurement integrity bootcamps tagged “Procurement Integrity for Transpa...

Standing by Ukraine After Two Years of War

When I see the devastating images of destruction and suffering in Ukraine, I find myself both deeply concerned and profoundly moved. The scale of pain and hardship endured by the country is alarming, yet amidst this turmoil, I am heartened by the resilience and determination exhibited by its people...
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