Tue Mar 14 2023
NEW EVENT: SUSTAINING CHANGE - PREPARING MOVEMENTS FOR “SUCCESS” AND LASTING TRANSITIONSBy TAI (Role at TAI)
FUNDER BRIEFING on Thursday, 30th of March, 8AM PDT, 11AM EDT, 5PM CEST
Tue Nov 29 2022
So, what should we take from trackers’ experience moving forward? (Part 2)By Courtney Tolmie, Jorge Florez, Erin Fletcher, Carlos Alberto Díaz, (External)
In this blog we share reflections and questions opened by the stories related to the deployment and use of these trackers and try to make sense of the implications of our findings for future work related to the publication and use of data. We think these implications are relevant both for those tracking the use of public resources and the global organizations that aim to support these efforts.
Thu Nov 17 2022
Reflecting on tracking COVID funds: what happenedBy Courtney Tolmie, Jorge Florez, Erin Fletcher, Carlos Alberto Díaz, (External)
What can we learn from these experiences for future work tracking the use of public resources and strengthening preparedness for crises? To answer this question, we revisited work we started in June 2021 looking at the use and usefulness of COVID trackers.
Tue Oct 25 2022
9 tips for doing a participatory strategy (Part I)By Sati Houston (Consultant)
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.
Tue Sep 27 2022
Ups and downs in governance funding – what the latest ODA numbers can tell us (and what they can’t)By Jenny Lah (Role at TAI)
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.
Tue Sep 06 2022
The State of Governance FundingBy TAI (Role at TAI)
Exploring the latest official development assistance figures. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, many have been speculating on how international funding for political, economic, and social development may be changing. In 2020, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), which collects data on financing for development, discussed how developing economies and tax revenues […]
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