Institutional Requirements for Global Governance - A Bahá’í Perspective

Talk given by Dr. Andy Tamas on November 27, 2021

Dr. Andy Tamas is a governance and organizational change specialist with a focus on fragile and conflict affected states. He has worked for decades on public sector reform and governance issues in places like Afghanistan, Iraq, and Yemen. His work came from his a prayer he had on pilgrimage to Bahá’u’lláh’s shrine, to pioneer professionally into new areas of endeavor, working to support the efforts to strengthen governance in trouble states. He holds a doctorate in governance from University College Dublin, Ireland.

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0:00:00 - Opening Reading
0:01:58 - Talk
0:36:36 - Q/A
1:02:07 - Closing

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