In a world where we are facing such dire news, we were delighted to see an outcome that shows that sometimes good government prevails. This concerns the resolution of an issue that we – and others – have devoted considerable ink and effort, which we coined “the dueling dashboards.”
In this blog series, produced jointly by researchers at the Center for Global Development, Publish What You Fund, and Donor Tracker, we aim to:
1.review existing accountability tools related to bilateral, multilateral, and/or philanthropic donor institutions’ funding for gender equality,
2.review how these tools have been studied to date, and
3.propose how we can use and improve upon available tools to push for more and better financing to achieve SDG 5.
Originally posted by the Brookings Institution, co-authored by Sally Paxton and George Ingram At our launch event on July 8 for the report, “Making gender financing more transparent”, prominent stakeholders, including key donors for gender equality and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), made important commitments to make international funding towards gender equality […]
This week the Gender Financing Project launched the report “Making gender financing more transparent.” This blog reflects on the data needs of gender equality stakeholders and offers three key takeaways for international donors and data platforms to meet them.
This is the fourth Data Diary in our Gender Financing series. Linet Juma shares her experiences, and insights gained from her research, on the need for more sustainable systems to generate and share better gender data.
The DFI Transparency Initiative is about to release its latest working paper on environmental, social and governance (ESG) and accountability to communities. Fran Witt (Economic Justice and Climate Change Consultant) and Fidanka Bacheva-McGrath (EBRD Policy Officer, Bankwatch) provide a CSO perspective on the transparency and accountability challenges for public development banks (PDBs). They argue that PDBs have much work to do in order to meet their commitments to the rights of project-affected communities.