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USAID Policy Address on Democracy and Development

USAID Policy Address on Democracy and Development table
Date7 Jun 2022
Time8:55 am 10:00 am EDT |1:55 pm3:00 pm BST
Provider USAID
AddressOnline
Type Virtual
CostFree
Booking URLhttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/live-samantha-power-delivers-policy-address-on-democracy-development-tickets-350537155067?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery
Description

U.S. Agency for International Development Administrator Samantha Power will deliver a policy address to discuss how despite years of democratic decline and the rise of authoritarianism across the world, the current moment presents a pivotal opportunity to reverse these trends and create a more democratic, peaceful, and prosperous future. In this critical time, the world’s free nations, multilateral institutions, private sector partners, and civil societies can demonstrate that democracies can deliver in a way that autocracies never will, and meet the global challenges we face from food insecurity to COVID-19 to climate change.

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