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Book Launch: Building Effective, Accountable, and Inclusive Institutions in Europe and Central Asia

July 9, 2020

Online

  • RECORDING | BOOK: Building Effective, Accountable, and Inclusive Institutions in Europe and Central Asia : Lessons from the Region

    This session presented key takeaways from the Building Effective, Accountable and Inclusive Institutions in ECA book which explores how governance and institutions play a key role building economies and delivering quality public services to people across all countries in Europe and Central Asia (ECA). There has never been a more important moment to tackle this agenda, as countries grapple with increasing fragility and migration flows, more complex service delivery requirements, and greater demands for transparency and inclusion, all in a more resource-constrained environment. The COVID-19 pandemic has treated the need and provided new evidence in effective, accountable, and inclusive government responses to the crisis.

  • OPENING REMARKS 

    Anna Bjerde, Vice President, Europe and Central Asia, World Bank

    MODERATOR

    Roby Senderowitsch, Practice Manager, Governance Global Practice, Europe and Central Asia - West, World Bank

    PANELISTS 

    Lalita Moorty, Regional EFI Director, Europe and Central Asia, World Bank

    Chigo Mtegha-Gelders, Head of Profession for Governance, DIFD, United Kingdom

    Daria Kaleniuk, Executive Director, Anti-Corruption Action Centre (AntAC), Ukraine

    Luckas Savickas, Adviser to the Prime Minister Republic of Lithuania

    CLOSING REMARKS

    Dan Boyce, Practice Manager, Governance Global Practice, Europe and Central Asia - East, World Bank