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An Opportunity for the Economic Empowerment of Women Athletes

08.02.2019
On July 7, 2019, the US Women’s National Team (USWNT) deservedly won its unprecedented 4th soccer world championship in France, becoming only the second women’s national team to successfully defend its title. For many, the latest edition of this global tournament offered a  vast field of femal...

Democracy That Delivers #159: Zahid Jamil on Cybersecurity and Rule of Law

06.04.2019 |
  Zahid Jamil has over 20 years of experience a general law practitioner, where he specializes in technology (i.e. e-commerce, e-payments, and privacy), cybercrime and counterterrorism. Jamil has served as a cybercrime and cybersecurity consultant for the Council of Europe, the ITU-American Ba...

World Chambers Congress Rio de Janeiro 2019

05.31.2019
Join CIPE’s experts in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for the World Chambers Congress June 12-14. This three day event is the largest international gathering for chambers of commerce and their business members. Comprising an influential thought-leadership conference and a world-class competition to sh...

OPEN INTERNET FOR DEMOCRACY LEADERS PROGRAM

05.22.2019
Deadline extended until May 27, 2019! COMPLETE THE APPLICATION   ABOUT THE PROGRAM Democracy has always required the free flow of ideas. In the modern age, this means a free, open internet where all citizens can freely voice their opinions, share, and debate. Access to an open...

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 ...
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