“The pursuit of human development globally is a common responsibility that is intended to synergize the energies of all nations and their leaders.”
-Dr. Noel Woodroffe
C-WBN pursues various nations-development initiatives around the globe through partnerships with governments, businesses and various other national and regional development institutions.
Through its extensive network of relationships and alliances, C-WBN is able to:
- Design and deliver values-based leadership development and training programs
- Develop information and communications technology initiatives for assisting governments to overcome technology development challenges
- Host international forums designed to engage public and private sector leaders and ordinary citizens in meaningful dialogue and consideration of issues relevant to national development
- C-WBN has held consultations with national leaders from nations such as Antigua, Belize, Jamaica, Liberia, Kenya, Vanuatu and Fiji.
- C-WBN has signed Memoranda of Understanding with both the Jamaica and the Antigua & Barbuda Employers’ Federations for the provision of values-based leadership and training programs
- C-WBN has executed ICT initiatives in partnership with the Commonwealth Secretariat as well as the Caribbean Telecommunications Union
Ethical Initiatives for Nations Development
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