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"Fighting Corruption in International Development - The Role of Civil Society and Government" with Angela Keller-Herzog

TI/TCD Workshop, Dublin - 16 February 2007

The first of three workshops for development agencies looked at the consequences of corruption on international development; existing government and civil society initiatives aimed at tackling the problem, and what Irish non-governmental organisations can do to support the fight against corruption.

It was preceded by a meeting of Dóchas members on "Good governance, Corruption and Development Cooperation" which explored some of the challenges faced by Irish NGOs in promoting good governance in the world's poorest countries.

Angela Keller-Herzog joined TI in August 2006 as Manager of Global Programmes. Prior to TI she spent 3 years in Indonesia working with the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) in poverty reduction and development. Angela first joined the CIDA in 1996 and has over 10 years development experience in Asia and Africa and also extensive sectoral experience including private sector development, economics of development, gender analysis, environmental and natural resource management issues and climate change.

This event was supported by Irish Aid and Dóchas