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New Study Highlights Global Trends in Civil Service.  The Regional Hub of Civil Service in Astana and the United Nations Development Programme Global Centre for Public Service Excellence in Singapore recently presented a large-scale study called Global and Regional Trends in Civil Service Development.

Yerbolat Uatkhanov/The Astana Times: http://astanatimes.com/2016/10/new-study-highlights-global-trends-in-civil-service/




South Korea and China take on corruption in different ways (commentary).  "The implementation of the new [anti-bribery and anti-graft law known as the Kim Young Ran Act] is a bold reminder of the differences and similarities between South Korea and China."

Kim Sang Soon/Daily NK: http://www.dailynk.com/english/read.php?cataId=nk03600&num=14121




Indonesia to host 2nd International Conference on transparency and participation in fisheries.  The one-day international conference on 27 April 2017 will gather around 300 representatives of governments, businesses, civil society, international organizations, donors, and media to highlight the importance of transparency and participation in a sector that is an important source of livelihood for coastal countries all around the world.

Fisheries Transparency Initiative: http://fisheriestransparency.org/indonesia-to-host-2nd-international-conference-of-the-fisheries-transparency-initiative-on-27-april-2017

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