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Tuesday, October 27 • 17:00 - 18:30
Citizen Centric Anti-Corruption initiatives FULL

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This workshop explore cutting-edge strategies, tools and methods that demonstrate constructive engagement and collaboration between civil society organizations (CSOs) and governments to address endemic corruption. It illustrate the incredible accomplishments of citizens who successfully fought corruption to demonstrate and build on promising approaches to participatory anti-corruption activities across a variety of issue areas at local and national levels. 

This session will provide the opportunity for on-the-ground practitioners to share ideas, challenges and strategies with experts and counterparts. Designated speakers have designed and implemented a series of innovations for engaging directly with public agencies to expose and stop well-identified corrupt activities. Pariticpants will be invited to share applicable experiences and receive feedback on their own ideas for citizen centric anti-corruption initiatives.

Intended workshop participants include CSO counterparts, government representatives and private sector interested in civic participation against systemic corruption. 

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Levan Avalishvili

Chairman of the Board, Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI)
Levan Avalishvili is the Co-founder and a Chairman of the Board at the Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI). He has sufficient experience in managing a non-for-profit organization. Levan Avalisvhili is an author and co-author of a number of publications regarding open government.
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Vinay Bhargava

Chief Technical Adviser, Partnership for Transparency Fund
I am passionate about governance and anticorruption issues. In particular I and the CSO I work for PTF (www.PTFund.org) believe in citizen led initiatives to improve transparency, accountability, responsiveness, and rule of law and control of corruption in public sector management. We are a volunteer driven organization with over 15 years experience in over 50 countries and have large network of partner CSOs in developing countries. We are keen... Read More →
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Sarah Little

Programs and Communications Manager, Partnership for Transparency Fund (PTF)
Sarah joined the Partnership for Transparency Fund in September 2013 to lead the organization’s communications and programs. Prior to joining PTF, Sarah worked at Gender Action, developing and executing communication campaigns focused on promoting gender justice and women’s rights in International Financial Institution (IFI) investments. Sarah has also managed communications for the office of the former United States Ambassador to the... Read More →

Tuesday October 27, 2015 17:00 - 18:30
Classroom C9

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