Crossing Borders in International Development: Some Perspectives on Human Rights, Governance, and Anti-Corruption

by Hassane Cissé ~ Dec 01, 2014

In a world that has been made smaller and more interconnected by technological advances, the theme of today's discussion--Crossing Borders: Rethinking International Development--is deeply relevant to current debates about futre directions in international development. I would like therefore to share some thoughts on the paradigm of development as a freedom and in this context, will focus in particular on the nexus between governance and anti-corruption (GAC), human rights, and development.

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