SAID Annual Conference: Rethinking Reform Innovations in Improving Governance



John Githongo, Kenya
Larry Diamond, Stanford UniversityStanford University
Jonas Moberg, Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative
Angelo Izama, Stanford University
Robert Klitgaard, Claremont Graduate University
Kavita N. Ramdas, Stanford University
Warren Krafchik, International Budget Partnership
Muadi Mukenge, The Global Fund for Women
Katherine Casey, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Alex Howard, O'Reilly Media
Bryan Sivak, State of Maryland
Abhi Nemani, Code of America
Jeremy M. Weinstein, FSI, Stanford University
Francis Fukuyama, FSI, Stanford University
Hajia Amina Mohammed Az-Zubair,
Richard Messick, The World Bank
Stacy Donohue, Omidyar Network

Date and Time

March 3, 2012 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM


Open to the public.

No RSVP required


Cubberley Auditorium

FSI Contact

The Stanford Association for International Development (SAID) and partners present the 2012 SAID Annual Conference entitled, Rethinking Reform: Innovations in Improving Governance. The keynote address will be given by John Githongo, CEO of Inuka Kenya Trust and the former permanent secretary for government and ethics to the president of Kenya. The conference features leading practitioners and academics at the forefront of working to improve governance outcomes worldwide. Panels will explore the following topics; transparency and accountability to fight corruption, grassroots institutional development, ICT for governance, and leadership to build accountable states.

The complete agenda with list of panelists can be found below.

This conference is free and open to the public. 

To register for the event, please complete the registration found here:

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