On July 9, 2015, the SUNY Center of International Development signed a new memorandum of understanding with the Assembly of Francophone Parliaments on current and future collaborations in providing legislative strengthening support in the Francophone world. The Assembly is the international association of parliaments in countries where French is the official language, the language of administration or the language of common use.
Center for International Development signs Memorandum of Understanding with the National Assembly of Quebec
On March 31, 2015, the National Assembly of Quebec (NAQ) and SUNY Center for International Development signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) under which they will join forces to develop programming to promote legislative development around the world. This agreement brings together two preeminent leaders in legislative development.
Sixty journalists from 24 districts joined 12 Deputies, 11 members of the Center for Information and Communications of the National Assembly of Cote d’Ivoire and other key legislative staff for a training workshop to promote improved coverage of the National Assembly.
- Bosnia Project Hosts Talk Show Featuring New Chair of the FBiH Women’s Caucus
- SUNY/CID Senior Associate Andrea Wolfe Selected for the President’s Excellence Award in Professional Service
- James Utermark Named Acting Director of SUNY/CID
- Kenya Senate Staff Delegation: Visit to Congress, Maryland and Pennsylvania General Assemblies
- In BiH, SUNY/CID Supports Economic Growth and Workforce Development
Current and Recent Projects
At SUNY/CID we connect people and ideas for integrated development through the design and implementation of large, multi-year donor funded projects, institutional capacity building projects, and research-intensive assessments and evaluations. Learn more about us and our mission.
For additional information, feel free to peruse SUNY/CID's 25th Anniversary Publication.
David Guinn: "Legislative Strengthening: An Annotated Bibliography" (pdf)
The GIB is a newsletter that draws attention to technical matters involved in strengthening political institutions and to broader issues of aid strategies, democracy assistance, public sector performance, and to countries and regions where SUNY/CID is working. Our most recent edition can be found here and the archive here.