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Multi-stakeholder engagement

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Aug

Responsive and Multi-Pronged Strategies

Series: Are We Ready for Strategic Social Accountability? Authors: Florencia Guerzovich and Maria Poli Published by: The Global Partnership for Social Accountability (GPSA) Date: August 2014 This is the third note in a six-part series discussing whether the social accountability field is already primed with the knowledge and capabilities to design, implement, fund, and learn from strategic interventions. Because generating social accountability involves many actors and must overcome many evolving barriers, strategies must be responsive and multi-pronged. This note briefly …

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Aug

Creating Space for Social Accountability: the Global Partnership for Social Accountability

Series: Are We Ready for Strategic Social Accountability? Authors: Florencia Guerzovich and Maria Poli Published by: The Global Partnership for Social Accountability (GPSA) Date: July 2014 This is the first note in a six-part series discussing whether the social accountability field is already primed with the knowledge and capabilities to design, implement, fund, and learn from strategic interventions. This note briefly presents the Global Partnership for Social Accountability (GPSA). It explains why and how the GPSA’s application process assisted us …

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3

Jun

Enhancing Community Centred Governance in Climate Change Affected Coastal Areas

Authors: Prarthana Rao, Raghavan Suresh, Pavan Srinath and Jangal Jayaram Published by: Public Affairs Centre Date: 2012 This paper summarises the first experiences of Public Affairs Centre (PAC) in designing and implementing Climate Change Score Cards (CCSC) in Southern India. This project aims to connect the dots between climate change, livelihoods and deprivation, and the regulatory framework that governs communities in southern India along the Gulf of Mannar. So far, the use of CCSC has created “District Platforms”, dialogue platforms …

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May

Maximising the efficiency and impact of Supreme Audit Institutions through engagement with other stakeholders

Author: Quentin Reed Published by: U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre Date: 2013 The effectiveness of Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs) is not determined solely by resources and capacity levels. A range of other factors is of equal importance, including the accessibility and communication of audit reports and findings and interaction with other stakeholders including NGOs and the media. In light of this, this paper provides recommendations to ensure optimal engagement with such stakeholders at all stages of the audit cycle – ranging …

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How Can I Contribute to the Knowledge Platform

You may contribute to the Knowledge Platform in many different ways: you can send and disseminate your social accountability materials (toolkits, reports, videos, etc.) in the knowledge repository; you can contact, interact and collaborate with other peers and join a global community of social accountability practitioners; you can participate in the different learning and knowledge exchange activities of the GPSA KP such as online courses, thematic forums, webinars and blogs; and you can develop a partnership with the GPSA KP to implement collaborative knowledge activities.

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