Who we are

The Trust, Accountability, and Inclusion Collaborative - Funders for Participatory Governance is a network of funders committed to advancing a world where power and resources are distributed more equitably, communities are informed and empowered, and governments and the corporate sector act with integrity for the good of people and planet.

We firmly believe that fostering trust, accountability, and inclusion is crucial for ensuring effective democratic governance and addressing the urgent global challenges of today.

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Knowledge Hub

Screenshot 2024-01-11 at 12.47.04 PM.png Healthy Information Ecosystems

In the face of rampant mis and disinformation and surveillance, this resource explains what makes for a healthy information ecosystem and why it matters. Join us in shaping a healthier online environment for informed and empowered communities.

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Screenshot 2024-01-11 at 1.13.59 PM.png Funder´s Guide on Transparency and Accountability

Our new guide, "Guide on Transparency and Accountability for Philanthropic Organisations: Moving from Reflection to Action," provides step-by-step guidance on how to create and implement plans for transparency and accountability.

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Screenshot 2024-01-11 at 12.22.20 PM.png Participatory Strategy

Our Participatory Strategy Library describes how funders and nonprofits have designed and executed their participatory strategic processes. TAI encourages transparent, participatory and accountable funding practices.

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Screenshot 2024-01-11 at 1.43.44 PM.png Taxation and Tax Governance

Why fund on tax? Explore the articulated pathways to improved tax outcomes for individual TAI members and collectively, details of funding, and how the work fits in a broader tax ecosystem.

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Screenshot 2024-01-11 at 1.44.04 PM.png Data Use for Accountability

We promote the use of more and better data by citizens and governments toward greater accountability while addressing privacy concerns.

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Screenshot 2024-01-11 at 1.44.22 PM.png Beneficial Ownership Transparency

What has been funder contributions to a new norm of beneficial ownership transparency? This evaluation, including mini case studies for 8 selected policy outcomes, explains. Plus, a methods note reflects on the challenge of evaluating contribution to global norms development.

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banner 2.png Civil Space Compendium

In the face of growing restrictions on civic freedoms, this compendium lays out the ways civic space is under threat and examples of how funders are responding to help local partners.

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banner 3.png Accountable Funding Library

A repository of articles and resources about philanthropy trends, funding tools, and responsible grant-making practices as featured in our Weekly Newsletter.

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Screenshot 2024-01-11 at 12.47.04 PM.png Healthy Information Ecosystems

In the face of rampant mis and disinformation and surveillance, this resource explains what makes for a healthy information ecosystem and why it matters. Join us in shaping a healthier online environment for informed and empowered communities.

Read More
Screenshot 2024-01-11 at 1.13.59 PM.png Funder´s Guide on Transparency and Accountability

Our new guide, "Guide on Transparency and Accountability for Philanthropic Organisations: Moving from Reflection to Action," provides step-by-step guidance on how to create and implement plans for transparency and accountability.

Read More
Screenshot 2024-01-11 at 12.22.20 PM.png Participatory Strategy

Our Participatory Strategy Library describes how funders and nonprofits have designed and executed their participatory strategic processes. TAI encourages transparent, participatory and accountable funding practices.

Read More
Screenshot 2024-01-11 at 1.43.44 PM.png Taxation and Tax Governance

Why fund on tax? Explore the articulated pathways to improved tax outcomes for individual TAI members and collectively, details of funding, and how the work fits in a broader tax ecosystem.

Read More
Screenshot 2024-01-11 at 1.44.04 PM.png Data Use for Accountability

We promote the use of more and better data by citizens and governments toward greater accountability while addressing privacy concerns.

Read More
Screenshot 2024-01-11 at 1.44.22 PM.png Beneficial Ownership Transparency

What has been funder contributions to a new norm of beneficial ownership transparency? This evaluation, including mini case studies for 8 selected policy outcomes, explains. Plus, a methods note reflects on the challenge of evaluating contribution to global norms development.

Read More
banner 2.png Civil Space Compendium

In the face of growing restrictions on civic freedoms, this compendium lays out the ways civic space is under threat and examples of how funders are responding to help local partners.

Read More
banner 3.png Accountable Funding Library

A repository of articles and resources about philanthropy trends, funding tools, and responsible grant-making practices as featured in our Weekly Newsletter.

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Join TAI

The TAI secretariat is here to help and can explain all that is on offer. If you are new to this field, scoping potential new investments, looking for evidence of what's working, or simply looking for a space to compare notes with fellow funders of all types, please reach out. We offer core and associate membership options.

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Reports
Funding Trends in International Tax Justice
This scan looks back five years and speculates on the future. The focus is on funding provided by philanthropies, donor governments, and multilateral organizations. There are diverse understandings of tax justice.
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TAI Weekly
TAI Weekly|Climate Accountability Imperative
One long-running frustration in climate debates has been the failure of donors to deliver on promises and of financing to materialize on the ground.
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Blogs/Interviews
Whose Future Is It Anyway? CSOs Pioneer in Designing a Prospective Path for Africa's Most Populous Country
Is the responsibility of envisioning a nation's future solely the government's prerogative? A resounding NO, declare a coalition of Nigeria's foremost Civil Society Organizations (CSOs).
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