On March 31, 2021, PTF President’s Councillor Mr. Pierre Landell-Mills shared his reflections on the development of the World Bank’s good governance and anti-corruption work.
The event, entitled: “When did the World Bank discover the virtues of good governance and anti-corruption in development and what is it doing about it?“ was sponsored by the World Bank’s 1818 Society and the World Bank Governance Global Practice. In addition to Landell-Mills’ reflections, Mr. Edward Olowo-Okere, World Bank Director, Global Governance Practice shared information on the Bank’s current governance and anti-corruption strategy.
A video recording of the conversation moderated by Mr. Vinay Bhargava, PTF’s Chief Technical Adviser, is available below. The background paper by Landell-Mills, which provides additional context on the discussion, is accessible here. Pierre welcomes ongoing discussion on the subject and can be reached at pierrelandellmills@gmail.
The full recording of the event can be accessed here.