The Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at the Harvard Kennedy School has launched a revamped Web site. The enhanced site reflects the integration and program development that the center has accomplished over the past two years.
Detailed content and graphics illustrate the center’s research and its programs advancing excellence in governance while strengthening democratic institutions worldwide. The site includes resources to assist with academic study, as well as opportunities for funding support in the form of scholarships, research grants, and internships.
The center’s three major programmatic initiatives are fully integrated on the site. The Democratic Governance initiative includes detailed sections on research related to civic participation and democratic practices in former authoritarian regimes, as well as information related to its Democracy Seminar Series and Democracy Fellowships program. The Rajawali Foundation Institute for Asia convenes leaders, policymakers, students, and scholars committed to enhancing public policy research and teaching on Asia. The Innovations in Government Program houses research projects and initiatives related to the study of public sector innovation, along with its flagship initiative, the Innovations in American Government Awards Program.
For additional information, visit the Ash Center’s new Web site.
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