GPSA Global Partners Forum 2018 Resources and Takeaways
Money Matters: Public Finance and Social Accountability for Human Capital
The fifth edition of the Global Partners Forum of the Global Partnership for Social Accountability took place from October 30 to November 1st 2018 in Washington. This year, the GPSA Global Partners Network, which includes practitioners and thought leaders across civil society, governments, academia and business, alongside World Bank staff, seeked to better understand how countries’ public finances can be more effectively used to invest in improving people’s wellbeing and productivity , and how citizens and Civil Society organizations can contribute towards that goal.
For more information on this year’s Forum or past editions, please consult the GPSA Global Partners Forum webpage. To see the Forum’s agenda and various plenary and breakout sessions, please visit here.
On this page, you can access available knowledge resources from the Forum: video recordings, key takeaways and presenters’ slides by session, and further recommended readings. Please stay tuned as we continue to update this page and contact us if you have questions, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Forum Resources and Takeaways
Takeaways and slides may not become available for all sessons; this depends on presenters’ authorization to publish, among other things.
Human Capital, Public Finance & Social Accountability – #GPSAForum
Human Capital and Social Accountability – #GPSAForum
Community Empowerment to Improve Education Service in Disadvantaged Villages_1.mp4
What is the World Bank’s Human Capital Index?
Building Human Capital: a project for the world
The Human Capital Gap – Getting Governments to Invest in People
Securing the foundation for Human Capital: a global priority
Social Accountability for Budgetary Accountability (SEBA) project in Bangladesh
La Red De Defensores y Defensoras Comunitarios por el Derecho a la Salud
November 13, 2018
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