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Catalytic collaboration – what it means for the OpenGov Hub

Scott Rumpsa, Director of Operations and Programs Late last year, our colleague Nada Zohdy jointly published an article in the Stanford Social Innovation Review, “Path-breaking organizations, working together in a new way, might just transform the nonprofit sector.”1 Nada runs…

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Welcoming new colleagues, on the team and on the board!

Scott Rumpsa, Director of Operations and Programs Three new faces around the office, and one new board member have us particularly excited for all we’ll be getting done in the coming months! We know that our passionate, skilled team members…

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The White House and the World Development Report

Alan Hudson, Executive Director Governance matters. That’s not a new claim, nor a controversial one, but for a British citizen and a European, currently living in Washington DC, it is one that is felt more sharply than ever right now….

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New Year, Better Learning: Global Integrity’s Resolutions for Learning and Adapting in 2017

New Year, Better Learning: Global Integrity’s Resolutions for Learning and Adapting in 2017 Following the example of many of our colleagues on the #AdaptDev google group, those of us at Global Integrity wanted to share how we intend to learn,…

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Rapid Experiments With A Purpose

RAPID EXPERIMENTS WITH A PURPOSE How Global Integrity Uses Theories of Change to Make Small Bets, Learn, and Adapt Michael Moses This blog post was originally published by BEAM Exchange as part of their Adaptive Management Blog Series The way…

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Bonjour, Paris! Global Integrity at the OGP Global Summit

By Alan Hudson, Executive Director, Global Integrity, December 6, 2016 At the upcoming OGP Global Summit in Paris, on December 7-9, open government champions from across the world will come together to reflect on the progress OGP has made, to…

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The Costs and Politics of Open Government Interventions

By Alan Hudson, Executive Director, November 15th 2016 Nathaniel Heller, our former boss, who now leads on governance-related issues at Results for Development, recently published an important piece, in which he encouraged the open government movement to move beyond arguments…

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Six grantees, two days, and a workshop: Learning to Make All Voices Count across the world

By Michael Moses, Director, Advocacy & Programs, Global Integrity, November 1, 2016 How might international actors, from donors to INGOs, do a better job of supporting the impact and effectiveness of their in-country partners? Might a different approach to designing and implementing…

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Oversight – where the rubber hits the road…

Tracking state-level developments in campaign finance By Azeezat Adeleke, Sunlight Foundation, September, 23 2016 – The contents of this blog and the underlying research are the result of a partnership between Global Integrity and the Sunlight Foundation in relation to the…

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The World Development Report – Our comments on latest overview

By Alan Hudson, Executive Director, Global Integrity, September 14, 2016. 1. We welcome the focus of the WDR for 2017 (overview here, full report here) on governance and the law, and the clear acknowledgement that politics is central to development….

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