The Role of Democratic Accountability in Development Assistance
A panel discussion will precede a keynote speech on measuring democratic accountability and the way those measurements can shape effective development assistance. The conversation will be informed by the newly released findings of Freedom House’s “Countries at the Crossroads 2012,” as well as the practical application of such research by the Millennium Challenge Corporation and USAID.
The panel will be moderated by Morton H. Halperin, Senior Advisor, Open Society Foundations.
Remarks by: David Kramer, President, Freedom House, and Daniel Yohannes, CEO, Millennium Challenge Corporation
Keynote remarks by: Brian Atwood, Chair, OECD Development Assistance Committee
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