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Complementing our primary accountability towards children

April 27th, 2017|Governance & Management, Stakeholder engagement|

As civil society organisations (CSOs) we have argued for and utilised to a large extent our space for advocating for the interests of our constituencies in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This went as far as the declared understanding that development and implementation of the SDGs as a global agenda is a project of governments, [...]

Being accountable to 250,000 people: A symbiotic relationship

April 21st, 2017|Advocacy, Stakeholder engagement|

I take my role seriously as a Fundraising Director; it’s a huge responsibility. Not only does my team need to raise money to support our organisation and beneficiaries, but we need to be accountable for spending supporters’ money on what we deem most appropriate and beneficial. As an organisation we couldn’t exist without our supporters. [...]

CSO Accountability: How effective are whistle-blower systems?

March 28th, 2017|Transparency|

In 2016, Accountable Now tasked the direct impact group with an assessment of 40 international CSOs in six different areas of accountability. The study demonstrated the achievements of the civil society sector, as well as addressing areas for improvement in CSO accountability. Based on the results of the study, direct impact group’s Ronald Pinto conducted [...]

Dynamic accountability – building trust through nuanced transparency

March 21st, 2017|Transparency|

We are proud to announce that one of our Members, Restless Development, won this year’s Bond Transparency Award! Restless Development is a global agency for youth-led development which supports young people to demand and deliver a just and sustainable world for all. The organisation has been a Member of Accountable Now since 2015 and is highly involved [...]