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Thinking and Working Politically in the Transparency and Accountability Field


Authors: Brendan Halloran
Published by: Transparency and Accountability Initiative
Date: 2014

In this brief, Brendan Halloran highlights the political character of development challenges, especially in the governance field, and describes why it is crucial to analyse political dynamics and implement a politically-informed approach in transparency and accountability initiatives. He concludes that organizations should not only “think politically”, but also move towards “working politically”.

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