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Impact case studies from middle income and developing countries: New Technologies


Authors: Archon Fung, Hollie Russon Gilman and Jennifer Shkabatur
Published by: Transparency and Accountability Initiative
Date: 2010

This case study looks at the information and communication technologies that are being used in Brazil, Chile, India, Kenya, and Slovakia. It especially analyses the tools, how they are being used and how their strategic use is helping to include a wider society in transparency and accountability work. The diverse initiatives examined range from attempts to increase accountability in local government to facilitating consumer complaints.

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