Around the world, ineffective and even fraudulent responses by governments to COVID-19 have escalated citizens' demands for greater transparency and accountability and civil society actors are responding to meet that need. But tangible progress against corruption will require more than just showing up. It will necessitate cooperation between “elite” and “grassroots" civil society organizations.
Please join the Center for International Private Enterprise’s Anti-Corruption & Governance Center (ACGC) and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace as they welcome Nada Zhody and Abigail Bellows for an event on their recent report: “Is the Coronavirus Catalyzing New Civic Collaborations for Open Government?” This event, introduced by the CIPE's Managing Director of Programs Abdulwahab Alkebsi, will feature three leading practitioners on how they forge civic partnerships in the era of COVID-19.
This event is co-sponsored with Center for International Private Enterprise’s Anti-Corruption & Governance Center.