Technology for Democracy – ways to promote democratic values through inter parliamentary cooperation
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In this video, Frieda Arenos from NDI will talk about Technology for Democracy: Ways to promote democratic values through inter-parliamentary cooperation.
Frieda Arenos is a Program Director with NDI’s Governance team, where she oversees the Institute’s programs on legislative strengthening, executive transitions, and parliamentary engagement. Frieda has work and travel experience in over 20 countries, including work with government officials in Armenia, Cameroon, Georgia, Kenya, Lebanon, Liberia, The Gambia, Sudan, and the Western Balkans. Prior to coming to NDI, Frieda worked for eight years in the United States Senate for Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT), including as a constituent services advisor, communications lead, and legislative aide. She also supported the Senator’s work with the Committees on Appropriations, Agriculture, Health and Human Services, Education, Judiciary, and Rules. Frieda holds a Master’s degree in Intercultural and International Communications from American University’s School of International Service, and a Bachelor’s degree in English and Political Science from the University of Vermont. Originally from upstate New York, Frieda also lived and worked in Vermont for several years, and currently resides in Washington, D.C.
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