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Democracy that Delivers #351: Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities

11.30.2022 |
Jackline Lidubwi, Project Lead at Internews Kenya, joins Anna Kompanek, Director for CIPE’s Global Programs, to talk about inclusion of persons with disabilities, specifically those in developing countries. Jackline Lidubwi is a multi-award winning disability media activist, media trainer, an...

Five Lessons on Business-led Anti-corruption Interventions in Africa

06.17.2022
Looking back five years since the formation of the Africa Business Integrity Network (ABIN), we are thrilled to share some success stories and instructive insights about how the network has become an essential part of a business-centered and business-led strategy to address corruption problems thro...

Democracy that Delivers #326: Emerging Leaders in Africa

05.11.2022 |
Imaobong Akpan-Ita and Adia Armstrong from CIPE’s Africa team join their Regional Director, Lars Benson, as well as co-hosts Zoe Watkins and Autumn Moore from the Communications Department. This is the latest episode of Democracy that Deliver’s “Emerging Leaders” mini-series...

Democracy that Delivers #321: Future Hindsight on Civic Engagement

04.13.2022 |
Mila Atmos, host of the podcast Future Hindsight, joins CIPE’s Democracy that Delivers podcast to discuss the importance of civic engagement. Guest hosts Hanna Wetters, a CIPE Program Officer for Africa, and Richard Tucker, CIPE’s editor, also took part in the discussion and focused on ...

Democracy that Delivers #316: African Women Leaders, with Nya Mona Muchemi

03.26.2022 |
In this Women’s History Month episode of Democracy that Delivers, we welcome Nya Mona Muchemi, Head of Operations at SNDBX and a consultant for CIPE. She also hosts the AfriWetu podcast which takes a deep dive into pre-colonial African history. Muchemi talks with CIPE editor Richard Tucke...

Putting the Trade Pieces Together in Africa

02.17.2022
I have always imagined Africa as a quilt made up of different borders. Straight and squiggly lines sown together, a legacy of colonialism. I think about this both in a historical and theoretical sense. My quilt analogy is apt because with trade, Africa is currently putting together the pieces that w...
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