This blog was co-authored by Elise Dufief and Rupert Simons. We would like to thank Andy Lulham for research support and Niels Keijzer from the German Development Institute for comments on an earlier draft. It is now two years since the European Union (EU) set up the ‘EU Emergency Trust Fund for Africa’ (Emergency Trust […]
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 en montrant la carte ci-dessous contenant les informations recueillies par son organisation. Aujourd’hui, il […]
We recently attempted (and failed) to report a pothole near our office. It got us thinking about holding governments to account…
We recently attended the 5th Transparency Research Conference in Limerick. Here are the three key transparency, open data and accountability issues that we learned.
This week, global leaders and major development cooperation stakeholders gathered in Nairobi for the second high-level meeting of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation, hosted by the government of Kenya. Before new commitments are made, how have major donors fared on their transparency commitments and what are the implications for a country like Kenya?
Your chance to provide feedback on the methodology of the Aid Transparency Index Since October 2016, Publish What You Fund has been working with peer reviewers and a selected number of experts and independent partners across the globe to design an updated proposal for the methodology of the Aid Transparency Index. We want this to […]