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Thinking and working politically in development: coalitions for change in the Philippines

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Crawford School of Public Policy | Development Policy Centre

Event details

Launch

Date & time

Thursday 12 March 2020
12.30pm–1.30pm

Venue

Griffin Room, #132 Crawford Building, Lennox Crossing, ANU

Speaker

Mr Jaime Faustino and Mr Sam Chittick

Contacts

Arichika Okazaki
02 6125 6805

EVENT WILL BE RESCHEDULED

Over the past decade, a community of practice committed to ‘Thinking and Working Politically’ (TWP) has emerged among practitioners and policymakers in government agencies, multilateral institutions, and think tanks focused on promoting development across Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East. The Coalitions for Change (CfC), a partnership between the Australian Embassy and The Asia Foundation in the Philippines, is one program inspired by TWP.

Join us for the launch of Thinking and Working Politically in Development: Coalitions for Change in the Philippines, which explores the results from CfC initiatives in tax reform, education reform, land governance reform, electoral reform, infrastructure reform, disaster risk reduction and management, and conflict resolution.

Jaime Faustino and Sam Chittick of The Asia Foundation will discuss CfC’s innovative and effective methods for achieving the most significant and sustainable impact and the lessons for policymakers exploring new modalities for development programs.

SPEAKERS:

Jaime Faustino, Program Director, Economic Reform and Development Entrepreneurship, The Asia Foundation

Jaime Faustino has managed the Foundation’s Philippine economic development program since 2006, and has worked on projects that led to significant and transformative results on the lives of millions of Filipinos.

Sam Chittick, Country Representative – Philippines, The Asia Foundation

Sam Chittick oversees the Foundation’s programming in the Philippines, focused on supporting economic growth, strengthening justice and the rule of law, fostering peace and development, and improving governance. Over the last two decades Sam has worked within a range of development organizations, including the World Bank, UN, Australian Aid, and NGOs in fourteen countries across Asia and Africa, including eleven years in the Philippines.

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