Good risk communication is crucial not only for raising awareness among citizens and business about the risks their countries face but also for informing stakeholders about potential preparedness and prevention measures they can take to boost their resilience to future risks.
Ensuring that governments reflect the diversity of the societies they represent guarantees a balanced perspective which enables an inclusive approach to policy making and service delivery.
The deterioration of trust in government in many OECD countries compromises the willingness of citizens and business to respond to public policies and contribute to a sustainable economic recovery.
The 'water crisis' is largely a governance crisis. There is enough water on Earth for all, even in areas where temporary shortages may exist. Managing water for all is not only a question of hydrology and money, but equally a matter of good governance.
Drawing on more than 100 indicators, the baseline measurement reports, produced against the Principles of Public Administration, analyse how 7 enlargement countries are performing, and provide reform recommendations for the following 5 year period.
The Good Governance for Development (GfD) in Arab Countries Initiative aims at modernising public governance structures and processes in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) through dialogue among policy practitioners.