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SUNY PSP Supports Council of Governors Devolution Conference in Kenya

Gov. Issac Ruto, Chair of the Council of Governors during the opening ceremonies of the first annual devolution conference

With assistance from SUNY/CID’s Kenya Parliamentary Strengthening Program, the Council of Governors held the first annual devolution conference under the theme, “One Year into Devolution: Celebrating Milestones, Confronting the Challenges.”

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Other Features

SGIP Gives Media Award

SGIP Media Award

In a ceremony on July 9, SUNY/CID’s USAID-funded “Strengthening Governing Institutions and Processes” (SGIP) program in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) announced the winners of its award for the best journalistic piece on foster care. The Bosnian-language version of the contest criteria can be found here.

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FBiH Parliament Study Tour to Austrian Parliament

National Assembly President Soro Shown

Representatives of both houses of the Parliament of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH) visited the Austrian Parliament on June 1 - 7, 2014 for a study tour at the Budget Office of the Austrian Parliament.

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Staff in Focus

Geraldine Pelzer-Salndra

This month, learn about Geraldine Pelzer-Salandra: Chief of Party, Cote d'Ivoire Legislative Strengthening Project. Read more...

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