The World Bank’s Governance Agenda: Learning to deliver sustainable development results?

  by Alan Hudson, Executive Director, Global Integrity July 13, 2016 There has been concern for many months in the governance and development community, in Washington DC and beyond, about the commitment of the World Bank to the governance agenda, and particularly to openness and inclusion. The gap in leadership within the World Bank’s Governance…

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Learning to Open Government: New Evidence to Inform the OGP’s Efforts to Make Change Happen

  By Florencia Guerzovich and Michael Moses June 15, 2016 Global Integrity is excited to present the results of “Learning to Open Government,” a first of its kind examination of how the Open Government Partnership is playing out in practice in five countries: Albania, Costa Rica, Mexico, the Philippines, and Tanzania. We did not evaluate…

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Mapping Adaptive Learning Initiatives

By Dave Algoso and Alan Hudson, Executive Director, June 9, 2016 Adaptive learning—people and organizations trying to address problems, reflecting on their effectiveness, revising their approach and trying again—is often how change happens. And supporting processes of adaptive learning that are focused on governance reform is the focus of Global Integrity’s strategy. So, we’ve been…

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Trying, learning, adapting at the GPSA Global Partners Forum

By Michael Moses, Director of Advocacy & Programs, May 18, 2016 The GPSA Global Partners Forum 2016 kicks off here in Washington DC tomorrow. Hundreds of practitioners from across the globe, and across the social accountability landscape, will be in attendance. Planned sessions center on various topics, including methods of state-society collaboration, the 2017 World Development…

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