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CIPE Partners Tackle Anti-Corruption & Ethics on Citizen TV – Kenya

07.11.2018 | CIPE in News |
  CIPE partners Fatma A. Elmaawy, Deputy Chair of the Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI), and Rachel Muthoga, Deputy CEO of the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA), went on Citizen TV – Kenya to talk Business Ethics, Integrity Training, and corruption in Africa. Re...

CIPE Project in Zimbabwe Covered in RFI Ahead of National Elections

06.27.2018 | CIPE in News
Zimbabwe’s Informal Workers Eye July Poll for Change This article was originally published on Radio France International (RFI) as part of its ‘Spotlight on Africa’ program.    Spotlight on Africa  Zimbabwe’s informal workers hope to make their voices heard in the country...

CIPE’s Frank Brown quoted in Financier Worldwide

06.21.2018 | CIPE in News | Frank Brown
Compliance Conundrums in Emerging Markets This article originally appeared on Financier Worldwide’s July 2018 issue.     Emerging markets are the undisputed driver of global growth today. As noted by Credit Suisse’s 2017 Global EM Equity Strategy, in every quarter since Q1 2005, ...

CIPE LIFE Project cited in Inkstick “World Refugee Day” Essay

06.20.2018 | CIPE in News
Cooking Up A New LIFE: How Refugees Use Cooking To Thrive This essay originally appeared in Inkstick, and is written by Johanna Mendelson Forman. It is often said that the history of immigration is the history of cuisine. Certainly, in the United States, we would still be eating only oysters and bee...

On populism and situation in Poland – An interview with Marek Tatala

05.24.2018 | CIPE in News
An Interview with CIPE partner Marek Tatala, the Executive President and Economist at the Civil Development Forum Foundation in Warsaw, Poland. He has degrees in Political Science and Economics from the University of Bristol, England and the Warsaw School of Economics. He is a graduate of the Atlas...

CIPE Report on “Corrosive Capital” cited in The Hill

02.02.2018 | CIPE in News
Beyond sanctions: On Russia policy, Congress should focus on new tools This opinion piece originally appeared in The Hill, and is written by Edoardo Saravalle. The Trump administration shocked observers by not imposing new Russia-related sanctions by a January 29 deadline. This decision came on the ...

Abdulwahab Alkebsi interviewed in PBS segment on Yemen

11.13.2017 | CIPE in News | Abdulwahab Alkebsi |
A brutal, three-year civil war in Yemen has drawn in regional and global powers, led to the fastest growing cholera epidemic and, perhaps soon, famine. A Saudi coalition is lifting a recent blockade on the country after aid groups warned it would trigger a humanitarian disaster, but millions remain ...

CIPE Partner UNACOIS Meeting with Senegalese President

09.05.2017 | CIPE in News |
UNACOIS, CIPE’s longtime partner, made national headlines in Senegal in July, when it hosted a policy forum with Senegal’s President Macky Sall and other key government representatives. UNACOIS members from all regional chapters, as well as from the association’s youth and women’s sections, ...
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