The Limits of Learning as Usual

A collective learning exchange with Ghanaian CSOs working on fiscal governance issues led to insights on working more effectively through collective strategies and learning. However, this means moving beyond current approaches focused on narrower advocacy objectives and constrained by isolated projects.

Citizens, Civil Society and Auditors: COVID-19 requires an ‘ecosystem’ approach to accountability

This post first appeared on the International Budget Partnership’s blog here Governments around the world are at a critical juncture. Democracy is continuing to erode in countries across the globe, with increasing threats to citizens’ freedoms and restrictions on civic organizations. At the same time inequality is high and rising.  Frustration with governments (democratic or…