Digitization

Digitisation and The Future of Accountability Reporting

February 04, 2019 By Sara Carter,  Sara Carter is co-founder of Enlightened-Digital. sarac@enlightened-digital.com Kumi Naidoo, the current Secretary General for Amnesty International, wrote in a 2003 address to the UN that “The age of ‘blind faith’ in institutions is over. We have entered the age of ‘accountability’: the processes by which institutions are made responsible to external audiences and

Turning data-driven accountability into meaningful action for civil society

By Merle Rutz   *All views and statements represent those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of Accountable Now. Merle Rutz is the Accountability and Impact Coordinator with CIVICUS, the global civil society alliance.   Are we representing and amplifying the right voices? Are our programmes and campaigns geographically inclusive? How can we support

La confianza, el gran aporte de la rendición de cuentas a América Latina

By Ezequiel G. Cruz | CFO | Director de Finanzas Globales | TECHO Internacional América Latina es una región injusta si consideramos que carga con el título de la más desigual (CEPAL, 2016) y también, la más desconfiada del planeta (Latinobarómetro, 2015). Mientras que recientemente un estudio de Oxfam señala que el 10% más rico de la región acumula el 68% de la

What data do you have on your stakeholders?

By Christian Franz, Founder of CPC Analytics This was the question that we asked six international civil society organisations at the very beginning of our project. What seemed like an easy – or at least straightforward – question, proved to trigger a whole set of further questions which reached far beyond the teams responsible for monitoring, evaluation,

Civic Media is the Message

By Eric Gordon, Director of Engagement Lab – Department of Visual & Media Arts, Emerson College This blog on Digital Accountability first appeared on Disrupt&Innovate – weekly blogs for civil society professionals, leaders & activists. The guest authors – digital experts from within the civil society sector – recently took part in a four-day CSO Accountability in the

Mobilising the World: A Call to Collaborative Digital Action

By Gautam Raju, Head of Digital Worldwide Influencing Network, Oxfam International   This blog on Digital Accountability first appeared on Disrupt&Innovate – weekly blogs for civil society professionals, leaders & activists. The guest authors – digital experts from within the civil society sector – recently took part in a four-day CSO Accountability in the Digital Age workshop, facilitated by the INGO

Movement Beyond Membership

By Jeremy Osborn, Co-Founder & Operations Director, 350.org This blog on Digital Accountability first appeared on Disrupt&Innovate – weekly blogs for civil society professionals, leaders & activists. The guest authors – digital experts from within the civil society sector – recently took part in a four-day CSO Accountability in the Digital Age workshop, facilitated by the INGO Accountability Charter. Here they share the

We Need to “Rotate” the Top-Down Model of CSO Campaigning

This blog on Digital Accountability first appeared on Disrupt&Innovate – weekly blogs for civil society professionals, leaders & activists. The guest authors – digital experts from within the civil society sector – recently took part in a four-day CSO Accountability in the Digital Age workshop, facilitated by the INGO Accountability Charter. Here they share the issues explored and outcomes established during this

Questions, Reflections and a Step Forward in Supporting Greater Accountability

This blog on Digital Accountability first appeared on Disrupt&Innovate – weekly blogs for civil society professionals, leaders & activists. The guest authors – digital experts from within the civil society sector – recently took part in a four-day CSO Accountability in the Digital Age workshop, facilitated by the INGO Accountability Charter. Here they share the issues explored and outcomes established during this

Citizen engagement: What can we learn from digital campaigns organisations?

This blog was first published on Feedback Labs with the support of Feedback Labs’Collaboration Fund.   What We Want to Achieve Digital campaigns organisations ask their members every week which topic to campaign on, who to target and what to demand. Every campaign they launch is thus a co-production between the organisation and its members. International civil society organisations (ICSOs),

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