Posted on 19 April 2021
CID in partnership with MFAT offered a 1-day workshop on governance from Graham Teskey
Facilitated by world-leading expert on governance in the aid and development sector, Graham Teskey explored the following:
- What does it mean to think and work politically?
- How can you support partners in-country to have good governance?
Graham Teskey of Abt Associates’ Global Governance practice in Australia, specialises in the governance aspects of international development. He has been head of the Governance and Anti-Corruption at The World Bank; advised DFAT on governance in its international aid program; and spent 16 years with the U.K. Department for International Development (DFID).
MFAT brought Graham out to New Zealand, and he made time to spend with CID members.
For more information on Graham, here is his CV and blog Governance Soapbox
His powerpoint slides are available below:
Powerpoint slides from Graham's other presentations are also available:
- Governance in PNG
- Political Economy Analysis
- Small size matters
- Thinking and working politically
- Competence, capability, and capacity
Below you will find a copy of the presentation by John Page from his November 2018 CID Talk, the video of the talk, and his report True to Label? Measuring Value in the Non-profit Sector in Aotearoa New Zealand
- Facebook live stream
- Presentation slides
- Report: True to Label