ODID Co-Organises 3rd Annual Seminar on Advancing Good Governance in International Development

Posted:
07 May, 2014

The Oxford Department of International Development (ODID) is co-organising a conference on Governance and Development  in June that will bring together 150 delegates from across the sector, including practitioners, academics, donors, foundations, the private sector, government and international development organisations, to meet and promote better governance.

The 3rd Annual Seminar on Advancing Good Governance in International Development: The Changing Paradigm - Is it Leading to a More Empowered Citizenry? is co-organised with the Said Business School, law firm Linklaters and Camfed, the Campaign for Female Education.

This year's Seminar, which takes place at Rhodes House on 12-13 June, has an exciting programme, including a session on relations between China and Africa organised by Professor Xiaolan Fu and Dr Raufu Mustapha of ODID. 

It should be a great opportunity to learn more about the topic and get to know academics and practitioners working on the subject.

Find out more and sign up to attend.