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Holding Governments Accountable

Holding Governments Accountable

A partire dalOxford Policy Pod


Holding Governments Accountable

A partire dalOxford Policy Pod

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Lunghezza:
34 minuti
Pubblicato:
Mar 17, 2020
Formato:
Episodio podcast

Descrizione

In political science, there is accountability when actions by the government are in line with the needs of her citizens. In this Episode, a look at the issues dives in to explore the different ways we can hold the government to account. Join us to listen in on four different experiences from Anelize, Callum, Nick and Prianka.
Anelize Almeida works as attorney of the National Treasury in Brazil. Today, she shares her insights and lessons derived from the bureaucratic legalistic environment in which organisations are immerged in Brazil.
Callum Voge, has worked in the Czech Republic to work at a non-profit media organisation, where he established over 80 new media partnerships for the organisation in 55 countries. He also negotiated and implemented a grant in cooperation with the Kazakhstan branch of the Open Society Foundations.
Nick Kirby is the Director of the Building integrity program at the Blavatnik School of Government, here at Oxford University where they research the meaning of integrity in government, its importance, drivers and inhibitors.
Prianka Rao is a Lawyer who has previously assisted the Indian government in drafting legislation on issues ranging from healthcare to primary education. She has also spent time, tracking the functioning of parliament and state legislatures, as well as spent some time practising law in the Supreme Court of India.  
Pubblicato:
Mar 17, 2020
Formato:
Episodio podcast