These are the key messages that were captured during the 3 hour session on culture and development, attended by Bulgaria, Pakistan, Macedonia, Nepal…Continue
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Hi guys, below is the .mp3 link to my podcast interview with Adrian Aupperle of Transparency International Brussels. Our conversation revolved around the CPI graph I personally asked Gapminder to create, so it's important for you to look at and interact with it while listening to the podcast.… Continue
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A new live session will start at 11:15 (CET) that will report on the GDLN-sessions on Culture and Development, Governance and Anti-Corruption, and the use of ICT. It features representatives from Macedonia, Burundi and Sierra Leone.
Follow the live Windows Media stream here: mms://wbmswebcast1.worldbank.org/live
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By Gerald Bareebe
Though a serial problem, corruption lacks a universally accepted definition. The Oxford Dictionary of English defines corruption as an act of dishonesty especially using bribery or an immoral or wicked act. This definition focuses essentially on the moral aspects of corruption. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank define corruption as “the abuse of public office.”This is a very wide ranging definition which will make the understanding of the…Continue
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What I found interesting today was the discussion about corruption in the education system. This is because the free Universal and Secondary Education in my country has not only failed because of corruption but is also putting the future generation at stake. In Uganda, education falls into the domain of local government units, which makes majority of the decisions during the transfer of resources earmarked for education from the central to the local government. But the local government…Continue
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The Leadership and Results session has come to an end now and everyone here in Brussels is taking a break for lunch. We are going to be talking a lot about the differences between the role of organisational leaders in respect to formal authority as opposed to their potential to be adaptive leaders.
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The presentations of the morning session about Governance and Anti-Corruption (GAC) are now online on Slideshare!Continue
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The Brussels group is now on a break while the conversation between Nepal, the Philippines, Nepal and Cameroon is carrying on. The session has been all about experiences, sharing what young people have been doing to highlight and tackle corruption. After the break, the agenda topic will switch to Leadership and Results - we hope you join us!
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Mudimu Zekiya Ezekiel (Zimbabwe) and Dona Kosturanova (Macedonia) share their thoughts on what needs to change so that we can fight corruption. These interviews took place on Wednesday 26 May 2010 after the videoconferencing link was made with other active organisation across the world. Discover the video interviews here on Ning! (Video created by Yves…Continue
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