Transparency in Governmental Institutions

The aim of this program is to provide the delegates with a solid grounding in key themes of public policy and policy analysis as well as practical and issue-oriented knowledge which will prepare them for their roles as policymakers, advisors, and analysts in governmental and non-governmental organisations.

The topics included in this program are of relevance to government institutions, and the attendee will gain a detailed and systematic understanding of how policy-making processes are shaped around Corporate governance and its transparency toward the wider public, and the influenced by both, actors and political institutions, and how public policies operate and interact from the global political economy through to national and local levels

Key Learning Objectives

  • Introduction: The code of practice
    • Introduction to Trust and transparency
    • Three pillars of corporate Governance – Transparency Accountability & Security
    • History of Institutional Openness
    • Freedom of Information Act – its global diffusion, Various Modalities of transparency
    • Transparency and accountability: performance and deliberation, public information & governance indicators
    • Key theories, concepts, and principles of transparency policy studies
    • Systematic understanding of national, transnational, and international policy processes in an African and European context.
  • Application of knowledge, and problem-solving abilities:
    • Critical analysis of policy issues and developing holistic perspectives on domestic and global governance issues
    • Evaluating public policies and policy instruments using adequate qualitative and quantitative methods
    • Need for designing and participation in the delivery of public
    • Decision-makers relying on a solid understanding of institutional and political contexts
  • Handling complexity and making judgments
    • The need for public integrity and ethical conduct in public service
    • Deepened understanding of representation and public participation in local, national, international, and transnational policymaking
    • Improving competence in using (statistical) data and formulating judgments with incomplete data and information
  • Learning skills and communication
    • Types of information: statistical information, citizens services, Government policies, political party information
    • Information centre and publications
    • Effective communication between public bodies, media and public, communication reform to the Media.
    • Presentations on policy ideas, problems and solutions to specialists and non-specialists
    • Working in multidisciplinary and multicultural teams
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07 - 18 Nov 2022


9:00 am - 5:00 pm




Dubai, U.A.E


One Stop Education
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