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Budget

29

Jun

Social Audits as a Budget Monitoring Tool

The paper was based on a peer exchange hosted by the Society for Social Audits, Accountability, and Transparency (SSAAT) to promote horizontal learning among partners. This document lays out the main elements of social audits in India and consolidates lessons from the exchange.

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29

Jun

A Citizens Guide to Understanding and Using Inflation for Budget Analisis

This is a publication of the IBP. The IBP produced the guide to support civil society, citizens, and other pubic finance stakeholders in their efforts to understand and influence public finance processes and policies and other educational purposes.

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24

Jun

A Guide to Tax Work for NGOs

This IBP guide is intended to help demystify revenue policy issues and give civil society budget groups the tools they need to influence revenue policy in the same way that they have been able to influence expenditure policy.

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4

May

Open Budgets. Transform Lives.

Produced by: the International Budget Partnership Date: April 2015 The International Budget Partnership has produced Open Budgets. Transform Lives. — a powerful video that presents the central role of government budgets in addressing global development challenges and links civil society budget advocacy to better policies, implementation, and outcomes for people. Through this video, viewers can see how civil society can use budget analysis and advocacy to transform the lives of of the poorest and most vulnerable. Read more

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10

Apr

What is Learning? A Model for Challenging Times

Authors: Etienne and Beverly Wenger-Trayner Published by: Wenger-Trayner Date: January 2015 In this short video, Beverly and Etienne Wenger-Trayner condensed their model of social learning and describes a describes a framework. It succinctly conveys some key ideas about learning and its value and draws on a few examples, including a project financed by the World Bank Institute and GIZ on Learning partnerships in the program for capacity building to strengthen good financial governance in Southern and Eastern Africa. View the …

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