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GIR11 Contributor Survey Results

Global Integrity tries to be transparent about its work, from our methodologies and data to our sources of funding. We recently finished a survey of our team of field contributors involved in the production of the Global Integrity Report 2011, and we’re happy to share those results publicly. Keeping our field contributors happy and engaged…

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‘Who Said What’ at OGP in Brasilia

These are the phrases that stuck with us a few days after the first annual Open Government Partnership (OGP) meeting in Brasilia, in which new OGP governments presented their Action Plans and members of civil society discussed their role in ensuring government commitments are met. Government “Efficiency and integrity, efficiency and sound use of public…

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Access to information in Health Care Service Delivery in Papua New Guinea

Global Integrity, in close collaboration with the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) and the Consultative Implementation and Monitoring Council (CIMC) in Papua New Guinea (PNG), has recently completed an indicator-based expert assessment of access-to-information in health care service delivery in PNG. The objective of the pilot assessment is to identify access-to-information issues that have…

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OGP Networking Mechanism Update

(Editor's Note: This was first posted over at the Open Gov Blog.) As we quickly approach this week’s high-level event in Brasilia, we wanted to take a minute to update readers on the Open Government Partnership (OGP) Networking Mechanism (NM).  As some readers of this blog know, we at Global Integrity are managing the NM, a…

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Malawi’s Unexpected Opportunity

Until last week, the political and economic situation in Malawi seemed to be deteriorating and many credited the demise to late President Binguwa Mutharika, who passed on April 5th. Concern had been rising around his increasing wealth – his assets included a sultan-styled mansion, unofficially valued at US$1.8 million – and his repeated exercise of…

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What to Watch for in Brasilia 2012

(Editor's note: this was first posted over at the Open Gov Blog.) Sadly, I won’t be able to join the hundreds of friends and colleagues attending the Open Government Partnership’s high-level meeting later this month in Brasilia. My wife and I are expecting our second daughter on or around April 22nd, so unless someone is willing to…

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