Every year, FACES selects around forty accomplished delegates around the globe to participate in a fully funded conference at Stanford. The conference, which is the keynote event of FACES during the year, will address numerous issues relating to China. This year, GGI President Mei Gechlik will talk about eGov Index at the conference.
To promote high-level exchange and discussion of law and human rights issues in the United States and China, the National Committee and the China Foundation for Human Rights Development co-organize an annual Sino-American Dialogue on the Rule of Law and Human Rights. This year, GGI President Mei Gechlik will draw on our eGov Index to discuss open government as well as lead the discussion of China’s guiding cases.
Over three days, GGI joined participants from more than 100 countries at the global gathering designed to improve the state of the world by engaging different sectors of society to strengthen the rule of law. GGI participated in the discussion and debate at the Forum about the findings of the WJP Rule of Law Index, an innovative assessment tool that measures how well countries adhere to the rule of law in practice.
We are excited to restart the GGI series of posts featuring members of the GGI team this week with a post highlighting an article written by GGI Senior Fellow Jeremy Millard, Chief Policy Advisor of the Danish Technological Institute (Denmark) and Associate Research Fellow of Brunel University Business School in the UK. The paper, which […]CONTINUE READING →
This week we will begin our series sharing insights on good governance from members of our own GGI team! First, we have the pleasure of sharing the contributions of one of GGI’s own directors, Anoop Singh. Last year, the director of the Asia and Pacific Department of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and adjunct professor […]CONTINUE READING →
In our previous GG Dialogue post we presented some preliminary questions Dr. Rogers W’O Okot-Uma asks in his paper “ELECTRONIC GOVERNANCE: Re-inventing Good Governance” to get an idea of the inclinations that may underlie one’s cited purpose of good governance. The last question asked which of the following gets at the root of “good governance”: […]CONTINUE READING →
The World Justice Forum concluded its fourth and largest global gathering on Thursday, where more than 550 global luminaries, an array of supreme court justices, business and nonprofit leaders, social entrepreneurs, development practitioners, journalists, military leaders, and legal experts from more than 100 countries addressed critical rule of law issues related to economic development, technology, […]CONTINUE READING →