Which Promises Actually Matter? Election Pledge Centrality and Promissory Representation is a published research paper that finds that simply evaluating elected officials on the fulfillment of every miscellaneous promise made while campaigning isn’t helpful, because voters weigh certain promises as more central to the campaign than others. The authors suggest weighting promise centrality when evaluating the campaign’s fidelity. By Jonathan Mellon, Christopher Prosser, Jordan Urban, and Adam Feldman. (2018)
Эксперты проекта Digital Rating исследовали политики и практики популярных веб-сервисов Рунета по раскрытию данных взаимодействия с госорганами, а также соблюдения прав граждан на свободу информации и приватность.
“Transparency Lab” (tlab) is a project that aims to map existing policy and legislation in relation to transparency, corruption and accountability in Iran; to assess their strengths and weaknesses and to introduce international standards, values and policy recommendations to the discussion about transparency, corruption and accountability in the country.
Ubunge is Kenya's pioneer County Assembly parliamentary monitoring project, designed and implemented by The Demography Project, to open public participation and citizen engagement in the 47 County Assemblies and the defunct Local Authorities.
Metamorphosis Foundation works on strengthening the awareness and capacity of citizens and civil society to assume their fullest possible role as activists for democracy, while supporting government to fulfill its democratic role in serving society.
While the Open Treasury portal hosts all federal daily treasury reports, GOVSPEND.NG, a platform powered by BudgIT, simplifies the treasury report for citizens and Civil Society Organizations to access, monitor and understand federal government’s real time expenditure.
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Between March and September 2021, BUL researchers identified around 80 NGOs that participated in shelter repair within the neighborhoods severely affected by the August 2020 port blast. The data and findings are presented through a recent mapping output on the Beirut Urban Observatory.
EDGI is an action-oriented research collaborative driven by the Environmental Right to Know (ERTK) – the belief that people should be able to know and make decisions about environmental conditions of concern, and that the collection and stewardship of environmental information should equip people, communities, and workers to protect their health and support the flourishing of surrounding ecosystems.
Established on the 18th of July 2001, Penplusbytes is a not-for-profit organization driving change through innovations in three key areas: using new digital technologies to enable good governance and accountability, new media and innovations, and driving oversight for effective utilisation of mining, oil and gas revenue and resources.
Accountability Counsel amplifies the voices of communities around the world to protect their human rights and environment. As advocates for people harmed by internationally financed projects, we employ community driven and policy level strategies to access justice.
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Transparency International Belgium is the Belgian national chapter of Transparency International (TI) a global movement against corruption. Together we share a common vision: a world in which government, politics, business, civil society and the daily lives of people are free of corruption.
The Alliance for Lobbying Transparency and Ethics Regulation (ALTER-EU) is a coalition of over 200 public interest groups and trade unions concerned with the increasing influence exerted by corporate lobbyists on the political agenda in Europe, the resulting loss of democracy in EU decision-making and the postponement, weakening, or blockage even, of urgently needed progress on social, environmental and consumer-protection reforms.
Transparency International EU is part of the global anti-corruption movement, Transparency International, which includes over 100 chapters around the world. Since 2008, Transparency International EU has functioned as a regional liaison office for the global movement and as such it works closely with the Transparency International Secretariat in Berlin, Germany.
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Transparency International România are două priorități majore: îmbunătățirea raportării și sancționării corupției în România și schimbarea de atitudine în rândul instituțiilor și al cetățenilor, astfel încât corupția să devină inacceptabilă în România.