Naming and Faming as a Strategy for Tackling Corruption in Nigeria.

Ayomikun Olugbode, Founder, Inspired Youth Network Inspired Youth Network is a not-for-profit organisation based in Lagos, Nigeria that supports young people to demand accountability and transparency through capacity building and policy advocacy. Transparency International (TI) in its Corruption Perception Index (CPI) 2018 ranked Nigeria in 144th position out of 180 countries as against the

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,

What’s the future of accountability?

By Sarah Osman, Chief Executive, Osman Advisory Services Our blog discusses strengthening accountability and transparency at the global and national level. In this series we look at positive examples to promote good accountability practice in the civil society sector. Feel free to debate, share and interact. Sarah has been working in various development-related sectors since 2007,

Accountable Now

Accountable Now is legally registered in United Kingdom at Amnesty International, 1 Easton Street, London WC1X 0DW, UK under the name International NGO Charter of Accountability Ltd.

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