On November 17th, SUNY/CID welcomed Dr. Fred Matiang’i, Cabinet Secretary for the Kenyan Ministry of Information, Communications and Technology. Dr. Matiang’i was joined by Mr. Victor Kyalo, Chief Executive Officer of the ICT Authority and Dr. Jane Munga, Research and Policy Advisor for the ICT Ministry.
On Novemeber 13th, SUNY/CID’s USAID-funded ’’Strengthening Governing Institutions and Process Program“(SGIP) officially transferred ownership of the Iron Port Security System for internet network security to the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina. SUNY/CID suggested financing the purchase of the Web Security System after an external cyber attack rendered the the Parliamentary Assembly’s official website inaccessible for several days in June of 2013.
In September 2014, the USAID funded Legislative Strengthening Program in Cote d’Ivoire (LSP) and the National Assembly of Cote d’Ivoire (ANCI) introduced an innovative program to enhance citizens’ participation and representation in the governance of their constituencies through greater engagement between local community leaders, CSOs, citizens, and their national deputies through the creation of political platforms for improvements in the delivery of public services.
- SUNY/CID Legislative Strengthening Program in Cote d’Ivoire Collaborating to Advance the Common Good
- SUNY/CID Strengthens Foster Care Policy in Bosnia and Herzegovina
- CID at the Eleventh Workshop of Parliamentary Scholars and Parliamentarians
- SGIP Helps BiH Canton Redesign Web Site
- SGIP Gives Media Award
Current and Recent Projects
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David Guinn: "Legislative Strengthening: An Annotated Bibliography" (pdf)
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