GPSa Knowledge Platform

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Apr'15

GPSA Webinar
ICTs and their potential for engaging citizens in social accountability projects

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    April 22, 2015, 10:00 am EDT       About the Webinar Information and communication technologies (ICTs) have emerged as powerful tools for engaging citizens in the decision making process and in the monitoring of government performance and services. Stories throughout the globe on how ICTs helped in improving accountability, democratic representation, and public services’ access and quality exemplify their potential and limitations. Presented by Fundar in dialogue with SIMLab, this GPSA Webinar will explore how and under which conditions ...

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    Feb'15

    GPSA Webinar
    How can citizens collaborate and engage with accountability institutions to improve government performance and access to fundamental rights?

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       March 10, 2015 10:00 am EST About the Webinar: In recent years, there is a growing trend all over the world of citizens collaborating with accountability institutions –such as Ombudsman Offices and Supreme Audit Institutions– to improve government performance and access to fundamental rights. Although the nature and scope of these experiences vary widely, they have shown the potential of engaging citizens in the work of these institutions. In light of this, in this webinar, Professor Peruzzotti analyses why, how ...

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      Dec'14

      GPSA Webinar: The Risks of Conditional Cash Transfer Programs and how to reduce them: the Role of Transparency, Participation and Social Accountability

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        December 11, 10:00 am EST About the Webinar: The design and implementation processes of Conditional Cash Transfer programs (CCTs) make them prone to two major risks: 1) mistaking the part for the whole (synecdoche risk) and 2) increasing the power gap between beneficiaries and authorities at the local level (power gap risk). The synecdoche risk of CCTs lies in the fact that, often, CCTs seem to be the only alternative to combat poverty, which makes it difficult to insert them ...

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        Oct'14

        GPSA Webinar and Expert Forum
        Engaging Marginalised Communities in the Process of Accountability in Health – COPASAH Perspectives and Experiences

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          Webinar with Edward Premdas Pinto Expert Forum with Walter Flores Many health systems in low, middle and high-income countries are highly hierarchical and have little interest in promoting empowerment of people for them to demand accountability and in increasing active participation in decision-making. Similarly, many accountability practices are expert led and are tool based and engage little with the communities. This particularly affects marginalized populations (by race, religion, gender, sexual preference, ethnicity, etc.) that suffer exclusion not only from health ...

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          Oct'14

          GPSA Webinar
          Applying political economy analysis to social accountability – The CARE experience

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            October 14, 2014, 10:00 am EDT About the Webinar Political Economy Analysis (PEA) for the development sector has been around for a couple of decades, mainly driven by the awareness that understanding and engaging with the context is crucial to set up sustainable and effective programmes. “Thinking and working politically” is the latest trend in the governance circles; however this is easier said than done. While we understand better how to analyse the context, we still struggle to use the ...

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