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The Transparency and Accountability Initiative (TAI) is a donor collaborative working toward a democratic world where power and resources are more equally distributed; people are informed and empowered, governments and the corporate sector are open and responsive, and collective action advances the public good.
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9 tips for doing a participatory strategy (Part I)
Last year, the Transparency and Accountability Initiative brought together five practitioners of participatory strategy from international NGOs, nonprofits, and philanthropic funder networks to share their insights into what truly matters when embarking on this journey.Read More
Ups and downs in governance funding – what the latest ODA numbers can tell us (and what they can’t)
In this blog, we analyze the overall increase by funding modality and designation to COVID-19. We look at which funders increased and decreased funding and what kinds of non-government organizations received the most funding.Read More
Mobilizing citizens to investigate corruption and demand government action in Nigeria
This report is part of a series of D4A outputs including a scoping report for Nigeria; landscape reviews for Nigeria and Colombia; notes about donor collaboration in Nigeria and Colombia, and GI’s role as a learning partner; pieces drawing lessons from the work in Nigeria (this report) and Colombia, and a note reflecting on the implications of these findings for future donor investments.Read More
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