On Monday 27th February 2017 the third debate of the LIDC & The Guardian Development Debate Series will take place discussing the theme of public private partnerships and asking 'How effective are public private partnerships?' We are pleased to announce that Dr Matti Kohonen, Principal Adviser (Private Sector) at Christian Aid will be joining the panel.
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How effective are public private partnerships in international development? On Monday 27th February the third debate of the LIDC & The Guardian Debate Series will discuss!