Thinking Politically About Social Accountability
A new blog post by T/AI’s Brendan Halloran summarizes some key lessons and evidence from recent reports by ODI and World Bank on the need to think politically about social accountability.
It highlights the need for analysis of local political dynamics and to work with local interlocutors with credibility and political capacities (over project implementation capabilities).
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