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Bridging and Bonding: Improving the Links Between Transparency and Accountability Actors

Authors: Wanjiku Kelbert, A.
Publication date: 2014

The first Learning and Inspiration Event hosted by Making All Voices Count brought together people with different kinds of expertise to think collaboratively about how technology can be used to enhance citizen engagement and improve government responsiveness. 

Reading the Local Context: A Causal Chain Approach to Social Accountability

Author: Joshi, A.
Publication date: 2014 (Pre-submitted version of article for IDS Bulletin 45.5)

This paper focuses on the question of ‘context’ in social accountability initiatives by separating macro and micro contextual factors. The paper outlines the basic components of accountability and proposes a ‘causal chain’ strategy to better understand the micro-context.

Six Key Findings on the Use of Theories of Change in International Development

Author: Valters, C.
Publication date: 2014

The Theory of Change approach is becoming a pervasive part of development practice: as an artefact, as a management tool, and increasingly as a common discourse which implementers use to explain and explore their interventions. In this blog post, Craig Valters introduces the 6 key findings of his research and paper: ‘Theories of Change in international development: communication, learning or accountability?’ 

IOB Study: Public-Private Partnership in developing countries

Author: IOB (for the Government of the Netherlands)
Publication date: 2013

This IOB study provides insights in the variety and effectiveness of public-private partnerships (PPP). Due attention is given to the motives and rationale for relying on PPPs and the expected outcomes of PPP arrangements.