Governance can be a complex, broad topic but its basic underlying definition is deceptively simple.
Blog posts on "civil society"
Scaling up ecotourism in Mongolia requires a multi-sector approach that carefully balances conservation and development.
CSO participation can help make development projects as environmentally sustainable as they should be.
Mobilizing youth to generate data for social good can create the momentum for change.
New development opportunities offer Pacific island countries the chance to leverage their unique potential to help the private sector create enough decent, sustainable jobs.
Skills alignment should be a priority among governments and the private sector in the region to provide young people the skills employers need to give them jobs.
It is our responsibility too to protect wildlife and maintain the balance of nature in the face of smuggling.
Cooperation with civil society remains a strategic priority for ADB because CSOs share our vision of an Asia and the Pacific free of poverty.
Governance specialists should be a bit more adventurous, cut down on attention to internal bureaucratic processes, and engage more vividly with partners.
The right to information has been incorporated into domestic legislations, but the free flow of information remains restricted.