Outside/In: The Winds of Change in Political Windows

Authors: Veronica Dickson La Rotta & Izabela Chmielewska Never waste a good crisis: a maxim bolstered by a year of a global pandemic and advocacy for racial equity. Moments of political upheaval and societal distress, destabilizing though they may be, have historically been the key to opening windows of opportunity for civil society reformers to…

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How can we adapt to the new normal?

Introducing the learning exchange survey As part of a peer learning exchange funded by the Open Society Foundation, the African Tax Administration Forum (ATAF), Global Integrity (GI) and Public Service Accountability Monitor (PSAM) have been sharing lessons and reflections about the processes and challenges of adapting to COVID-19. We were curious to know how our…

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Taking stock of the socio-economic impact of COVID-19 in Africa

The third Account4COVID webinar and final for 2020 sought to shed light on the socio-economic urgency imposed by COVID-19 surrounding vulnerable groups. Participants explored the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on African economies and vulnerable groups and how civic actors are informing governments’ response and recovery efforts to ensure effective dissemination of relief to beneficiaries…

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Outside/In: What Cote d’Ivoire and Senegal Can Teach Us About Leaving Office Gracefully

Click here to listen to the interview   Transcript Ambika: Welcome to the third edition of our podcast series for Outside/In: international perspectives on governance challenges in the United States. Today, I’ll be speaking to Marc-André Boisvert, research manager at Global Integrity and my co-French wine drinker. He was a correspondent for AP for two…

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