Enterprise and Parliamentary Dialogue International (EPDI) exists to establish a transparent bridge of understanding between parliamentarians and enterprise. All EPDI activities stem from two core aims:
- Parliamentary decisions benefit from an understanding of how they affect the nation’s business and industry, and therefore its wealth and employment.
- The critical importance of democratic governance in developing countries was highlighted at the United Nations Millennium Summit, where the world's leaders resolved to 'spare no effort to promote democracy and strengthen the rule of law, as well as respect for all internationally recognized human rights and fundamental freedoms, including the right to development.'
Strengthening national economies:
- The business sector – from micro-businesses to inward investors and multi-nationals – profits from understanding the regulatory and legislative environment in which it operates.
- The EPDI team has a track record in establishing nationally owned centres for dialogue. These become a forum where legislators and business people can find fast and effective solutions, and have proved particularly useful in the transition to more democratic government.
- EPDI tried and tested methodology is backed by 30 years of international experience: beginning with the Westminster Parliament and FTSE-100 companies based in London through the Industry and Parliament Trust (IPT) and now translated into similar organisations in a total of 16 countries around the world.
- Dialogue International is an independent, not-for-profit body which does not seek to impose Westminster-style democracy, but to facilitate country-specific solutions without favour to special interests.
|Periode||2013 → …|
|Sted for afholdelse||Board Member at Enterprise and Parliamentary Dialogue International|
|Grad af anerkendelse||International|
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