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  About GINI

  Governance Institutes Network International (GINI) was set up as a governance and policy reforms purpose organization registered under section 42 of Companies Ordinance 1984 in 2007 with its own board of directors and office at House # 23, Street # 30, Sector F-8/1, Islamabad.

  GINI is a multidiscipline research oriented organization. Its underlying objective is to undertake policy, institutional & cultural analysis and action research advocacy as well as consultancy to facilitate politically owned institutional revival through networked research outputs and social communication through advocacy, workshops, seminars, conferences and media to create and increase awareness of the need or result oriented accountability for good governance.

  The Information communications technology (ICT) team at GINI has a unique capacity of National Reconstruction Bureauís institutional memory, especially with reference to e-governance initiatives. Our core team has over twenty years of experience in developmental and implementation of multiple national level programs, using IT as a support mechanism Our expertise now extends to and includes information gathering methodologies, inter-relational data bases, and GIS applications synergized to facilitate decision support systems further supported by detailed analysis, evaluation and/or visual/spatial representations.

  Such information systems have been utilized to perform routine monitoring of government service delivery by elected representatives and citizen organizations at the local level. In this way the gap between government claims and ground realities has been narrowed with a concomitant effect on reducing corruption.

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To create a think tank of governance practitioners and analysts having special expertise in studying / participating in transformative processes to advance the theory and practice of change processes that contribute to politically owned institutional revival in post colonial societies.

To network think tanks and individual practitioners and analysts involved in transformative processes of post-colonial societies, in order to increase their contributions to processes.

 Key Activities

To conduct research on core governance institutions such as the police, judiciary, taxation, finance, accountability, land registration as well as transactions and processes such as contracting, procurement, accounting and auditing, as well as their roots in post-colonial institutions and systems.

To organize annual GINI conferences.

To publicize and disseminate research products at GINI conferences and component workshops as well as through the internet.

To send invitations amongst network members and other highly qualified specialists for research papers to be prepared and presented at each Annual Conference and Component Workshop, in accordance with the theme to be explored.

To invite relevant elected officials, civil servants, civil society leaders, the private sector, the media academia and other opinion formers at each Annual Conference and Component Workshop.

To prepare detailed post-event reports documenting the proceedings including the research papers presented, main concerns voiced by participants, major issues or consensus and contention, any resolutions,/decisions or points of agreement amongst participants, and the final recommended policies and actions.

To develop and maintain a website for dissemination of research material.

To develop online discussion forum/blogs to facilitate communication and coordination amongst GINI partners and stakeholders.
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