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Judicial Watch • A Mutli Regional Project for Young Political Leaders November 2 2012

A Mutli Regional Project for Young Political Leaders November 2 2012

A Mutli Regional Project for Young Political Leaders November 2 2012

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The International Program Multi-Regional Project
For Young Political Leaders
Judicial Watch hosted panel discussion its headquarters Washington, DC,
November 2012, for thirty young professionals representing total thirty
different countries from across the world. invited guests the U.S. Department State International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP), they were the United
States participate multi-regional project titled U.S. Elections: Project for
Young Political Leaders. 
The program was organized World Learning behalf the U.S. Department
State, who brought together panel experts the Washington, DC, area to,
part, help provide perspective the U.S. political and electoral process, political
activism and campaigns, well discuss the importance transparency
politics and the relationship between political leaders and the public. 
Mr. Chris Farrell, Judicial Watch director research and investigations, was joined the panel Bob Biersak, senior fellow with the Center for Responsive Politics,
and Ms. Anupama Narayanaswamy, projects editor for the Sunlight Foundation. the request World Learning, the meeting was held Off the Record. The majority meetings between international visitors and Judicial Watch representatives are
reported the public brief reports found the International Program page
Judicial Watch Internet site. the request the U.S. Department State, this
meeting was designated Off the Record help facilitate openness exchange
between the visitors and conference hosts.