Jorge Florez – Project Manager August 22, 2017 Para leer este blog en español, haga clic aquí Earlier this month I joined representatives from Mexican state-level Access to Information Institutes to discuss how we could support progress towards more open fiscal governance at the subnational level (our presentation at the event is here – in Spanish). The event marked…Details
Michael Moses – Director, Programs & Advocacy August 9, 2017 A couple of weeks ago, Global Integrity gathered up a bunch of markers and reams of flipchart paper, and headed down to the a conference room in the basement of the OpenGov Hub for our second quarterly review of 2017. Our quarterly reviews are an opportunity…Details
***This blog was originally published by OpenGov Hub July 26, 2017 *** Nada Zohdy, Manager, OpenGov Hub July 26, 2017 Some of the current challenges to American democracy are unprecedented, and require a collaborative and globally contextualized effort to fully understand risks and help prevent the erosion of foundational democratic norms and values. This is…Details
Playing Our Part to Advance Governance in Africa: Africa Integrity Indicators – 5th Round – Now Available!
Elsa Peraldi, Project Lead – Africa Integrity Indicators July 10, 2017 Global Integrity has, for the past 5 years, assessed governance and accountability in all 54 countries in Africa through the Africa Integrity Indicators project. The fact that we’ve now done this five times has allowed us to identify trends, and monitor progress as well…Details
Proponents of open data and the “data revolution” have played a hugely important role in highlighting the importance of data in addressing social challenges and supporting progress towards meeting the Sustainable Development Goals. In recent years however, the conversation has moved on (see for instance, the selection of posts from the 2015 International Open Data…Details
Michael Moses, Director of Programs at Global Integrity and Sue Soal, Social and Organizational Process Consultant July 5, 2017 It was well into our second hour in traffic in Manila that conversation turned to President Duterte. “He’s amazing, the best,” said Caldwell – our new, somewhat fast friend (and companion on the way from the airport).…Details