Webinars

12

Mar'20

KP Webinar

Domestic Resource Mobilisation: Strengthening communities’ ownership in the global south

Wednesday January 29, 2020, 8:00 am EST   About this webinar As civil society organizations in the global South are confronted with shrinking civic space and reduced access to foreign funding, there is increasing attention to the importance of domestic resource mobilization. Raising funds locally not only enhances financial sustainability, it strengthens the ownership and agency of organizations and helps shift power from north to south. Moreover, domestic resource mobilization has been found to increase civic participation and demands for …

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16

Apr'19

KP Webinar

Approaches to evidence for social accountability. Realist Evaluation: What is it and what does it offer?

| Emilie

April 16th, 2019, 07:00 am EDT Did you watch the webinar and/or have questions for the speakers? Join the webinar speakers and fellow members of the Knowledge Platform in the e-Discussion with Experts discussing the results and approach of the Realist evaluation of the Citizen Voice and Action for Government Accountability and Improved Services in Indonesia project. Join the Discussion with Experts here on the GPSA KP. Tag @scant, @gillwesthorp and @asihotang our experts and webinar speakers, to send them …

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12

Mar'19

KP Webinar

Systems strengthening, shifting of local power dynamics and women’s empowerment: New evidence on the impact of social accountability in Indonesia

| Marine

March 12th, 2019, 06:00 am EDT     Share your own experience on strengthening systems, changing local power dynamics, empowering women and how social accountability can contribute with webinar speakers and fellow members of the Knowledge Platform. Join the Discussion with Experts here on the GPSA KP. Tag @scant, @gillwesthorp and @asihotang our experts and webinar speakers, to send them your question directly.   Part 1 of a 3-webinar series on findings and lessons from the recent evaluation of the “Citizen Voice and …

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28

Feb'19

KP Webinar

Harnessing the power of faith-based communities to engage citizens and authorities alike: lessons from OAIC and Tearfund’s social accountability efforts in Africa

| Marine

February 28th, 2019, 09:00 am EST   To end poverty by 2030, public service delivery must be transformed. This calls for public institutional arrangements that integrate Social Accountability, or engagement between citizens and public institutions, in anti-poverty initiatives. With the presence they have in almost every geographical location of the African continent, faith communities can play a major role in building the civic capacities of the citizenry so that they can meaningfully engage public institutions from a rights-based framework. Much …

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