The rule of law is a multifaceted concept that has taken time to gel. In their recent survey of the rule of law and development, Trebilcock and Daniels differentiate between “thick” and “thin” definitions. With thick definitions, the rule of law is viewed as the backbone of a just and open society.
The International Integrated Reporting (IR) Framework is a tool that can help local and regional companies go global and compete on a much larger scale. Although it is not now being widely used in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA)
The concept of VUCA — volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity— was introduced in the late 1990s after the end of the Cold War. It followed a shift from a world of problems which demanded speed, analysis, and elimination of uncertainty, to a world of dilemmas which demand patience, sense-making, and an engagement in the midst of uncertainty.
Over the course of a six-year period from 2006-2011, the Government of Iraq (GOI), with support from the World Bank, undertook an ambitious effort to reform its public procurement system and legal framework.
The Exchange From Vulnerability to Resilience
THE EXCHANGE: MENA Governance Global Practice - “From Vulnerability to Resilience”
The Exchange: Integrated Reporting in the Public Sector
Bootcamp LACPA Conference Quality Financial Reporting Serving the Economy
Bootcamp Iraq: Banking Regulation and the Role of the Parliament Round Table
Bootcamp MENA: Strengthening the Role of Parliament in Financial Scrutiny MENA Regional Annual Seminar