The International Anti-Corruption Academy is hosting a seminar on 10 - 11 July.
Seminar Overview & Objectives: Notably referred to as “the world’s leading expert on corruption”, Claremont Graduate University Professor Dr. Robert Klitgaard will discuss the efficacy of anti-corruption efforts by examining interactive case studies and explaining innovative methods of good governance and institutional reform.
For two days, participants will have the opportunity…Continue
There has been a huge amount written on urban governance in well-known success stories such as Singapore and on lesser-known but useful models for municipal citizen engagement in places such as Colombia. Some great research on these issues is currently being carried out by organizations in the…Continue
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It has so apparent that young people are marginally excluded from active participation in governance of most society. This has cause lots of havoc in terms of development of democracy and advancement social infrastructure in the society. It is very important that young activist begin to engage all avenues, policies and strategic structures are legal to mainstream the inclusion of young people in the core governance of the society.
It is very impossible for a folk living in…
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SAc 2.0: Amplifying Social Accountability (SAc) through Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
by: Marlon L. Cornelio
The experiences of CheckMySchool(CMS) and Universidad Coherente (UC) showcase how ICT can be used to amplify social accountability(SAc) towards improving public education service delivery in the…Continue
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With unfathomable potentials to leapfrog from the development divide, African Nations still berth in the relegation waters of under-development for poor Leadership and instability of government. It is important for the continent to work towards sustaining democracy in the region as this will go along way to expand the opportunities of the region to join the rest of developed continents of the world.
South Africa, Ghana and now Nigeria have made bold statement in sustaining…Continue
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