Accountability is in Everybody’s Interest, Published

Creating a Diagnostic to Fund Civil Society Self-Reliance: Challenges and Lessons
January 31, 2020
Transfer of Knowledge: Learnt Lessons from The Global Standard of Accountability Self-Assessment Exercise, a MCIC session to the Macedonian CSOs
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The publication highlights the importance of not only top-down but bottom-up and lateral accountability for humanitarian organizations and CSOs. The articles in this issue cover a broad range of subthemes related to accountability and depict how it can lead to social innovation, resilience, sustainability of development outcomes and community ownership. The publication also introduces the readers to the new concepts like dynamic accountability. Most importantly, this issue underscores the fact that real and meaningful accountability is more than audited reports, as it implies a constant dialogue with a diverse range of stakeholders, including those typically excluded and marginalized. Read more here.

Source: AIDMI

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