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Ethiopia, and attended (first picture) , the four scenario launching event.

Zahra Sara Hiba Houda Ahlam Insaf

SAR SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC,not yet,and will not be

Ireland, not yet.

Algeria

Is it in Burma, SE Asia?

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Forum of Federations is pleased to announce that Rupak Chattopadhyay, President and CEO of the Forum of Federations has been appointed Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Federal Studies (CFS) at the School of Politics and International Relations - University of Kent. He is joined by colleague Liam Whittington, Program Manager and Development Officer, who has also been named as Research Fellow at the Centre.

Professor Adrian Pabst, Head of the School of Politics & IR at the University of Kent and Director of the Centre for Federal Studies said: “Rupak is an exceptional thought leader on federal research and policy, and Liam brings a wealth of experience in the area of federalism capacity building. The Centre for Federal Studies is honoured to welcome them as Fellows and we look forward to ever-closer cooperation”

Rupak Chattopadhyay is a global leader in the practice of federalism. He has led the Forum of Federations (the premier network of federal research and practitioners) since 2011 and has worked to support federalization and reforms in over a dozen countries.  Rupak has authored, co-authored and edited a number of books and papers on federalism including Unity in Diversity: Learning from Each Other (Viva Books 2008),  “Finance and Governance of Capital Cities in Federal Systems, (McGill Queens UP 2009) and Governance and Finance of Metropolitan Area in Federal Countries (Oxford UP 2013).  Recently he co-authored, with Liam Whittington, a comparative country study on Apex Level Intergovernmental relations for the World Banks submission to the Fifteenth Finance Commission of India.

It is an honour and a privilege to be invited to contribute to the work of the Center for Federal Studies - Rupak Chattopadhyay

Liam Whittington is an experienced researcher and analyst who has contributed to knowledge projects in numerous policy areas, including education, security, local governance, international development, gender equality and civil service organization. Liam was formerly a Research Fellow of the Council on Hemispheric Affairs (Washington DC). At the Forum, Liams recent work has included the development of the organizations current strategic plan and its collaboration with the Organization of American States (OAS). He is the Forums program lead on a federalism capacity building intervention in Cyprus.

Im very excited to be appointed as a Research Fellow at the Centre and look forward to contributing to its important work.- Liam Whittington

Forum of Federations is pleased to announce that Rupak Chattopadhyay, President and CEO of the Forum of Federations has been appointed Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Federal Studies (CFS) at the School of Politics and International Relations - University of Kent. He is joined by colleague Liam Whittington, Program Manager and Development Officer, who has also been named as Research Fellow at the Centre.

Professor Adrian Pabst, Head of the School of Politics & IR at the University of Kent and Director of the Centre for Federal Studies said: “Rupak is an exceptional thought leader on federal research and policy, and Liam brings a wealth of experience in the area of federalism capacity building. The Centre for Federal Studies is honoured to welcome them as Fellows and we look forward to ever-closer cooperation”

Rupak Chattopadhyay is a global leader in the practice of federalism. He has led the Forum of Federations (the premier network of federal research and practitioners) since 2011 and has worked to support federalization and reforms in over a dozen countries. Rupak has authored, co-authored and edited a number of books and papers on federalism including Unity in Diversity: Learning from Each Other (Viva Books 2008), “Finance and Governance of Capital Cities in Federal Systems, (McGill Queens UP 2009) and Governance and Finance of Metropolitan Area in Federal Countries (Oxford UP 2013). Recently he co-authored, with Liam Whittington, a comparative country study on Apex Level Intergovernmental relations for the World Bank's submission to the Fifteenth Finance Commission of India.

It is an honour and a privilege to be invited to contribute to the work of the Center for Federal Studies - Rupak Chattopadhyay

Liam Whittington is an experienced researcher and analyst who has contributed to knowledge projects in numerous policy areas, including education, security, local governance, international development, gender equality and civil service organization. Liam was formerly a Research Fellow of the Council on Hemispheric Affairs (Washington DC). At the Forum, Liam's recent work has included the development of the organization's current strategic plan and its collaboration with the Organization of American States (OAS). He is the Forum's program lead on a federalism capacity building intervention in Cyprus.

I'm very excited to be appointed as a Research Fellow at the Centre and look forward to contributing to its important work.- Liam Whittington
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Congratulations Rupak

Great.Look forward to bew approaches.

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Congratulations! Is Rupak moving to UK?

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Congratulations Rupak, well deserved. Proud of you.

Congratulations Rupak. The world of academia and that of practice must converge and who better than you to do so

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Congratulations my dear Rupak ..... I am so happy for you

You make us proud Rupak,Congratulations.

Congratulation.Proud of u.

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