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Comment fait-on, nous, organisations de la société civile, pour assurer un suivi des projets de développement et de la prestation des services de base auprès de nos communautés avec si peu d’information?, questionne un représentant de la société civile béninoise tout...
This blog is by our CEO Rupert Simons and Research and Monitoring Manager Elise Dufief. Last month, heavy rain opened a pothole near our office. We reported it to the local authority, using the ‘FixMyStreet’ app from MySociety. Two weeks later, the authority’s...
From counting to accountability: unleashing the power of data to leave no one behind Date: Friday 13th October Time: 9:00am – 10:30am. Location: World Bank I building, as part of the annual Civil Society Policy Forum. This event is being organised by Save the Children...
- If you can't report a pothole, how can you hold donors to account? Latest blog from @RupertSimons https://t.co/ORmVZpvrN7
Open Contracting 2017
28th – 29th November
CEO Rupert Simons will be attending the Open Contracting conference in Amsterdam. The conference will explore how to build on the success of open contracting to date and continue to make it better for everyone.