In depth analysis/research on specific funders' efforts from transparency, participation and accountability perspective
Mon Oct 30 2023
Fiscal Governance Program: Close-of-program evaluation.By Intention 2 Impact (External)
Upon closure of its Fiscal Governance Program (FGP), OSF commissioned a multi-faceted and comprehensive close-of-program evaluation from 2013-2020. The valuation captured both achievements and lessons learned to inform future strategy and grantmaking practices.
Wed Sep 27 2023
International Funding Trends in Government and Civil Society: A Deep Dive into 2021By Jenny Lah
At TAI we are thrilled to present our most recent exploration of some significant changes and trends in international funding for governance and civil society in 2021. Author Jenny Lah covers a range of topics, including the overall funding landscape, types of funding that saw the most change, key development partners, shifts in sub-sectors, and the types of organizations that received this funding.
Thu Sep 21 2023
BETTER ACCOUNTABILITY, BETTER FINANCEBy TAI
Our Better Accountability, Better Finance consultation paper calls for stronger accountability and transparency in climate finance to unlock the trillions of dollars needed to help the world achieve climate-positive growth and development goals. “Green Accountability” could save more than $100bn a year across public climate finance flows and avoid 3GT of annual GHG emissions, by improving the current system in which some 75% of committed funds remain unspent or undeployed.
Wed Aug 30 2023
Defending democracy from illicit finance and kleptocratsBy ANDREW CLARKE (director of the Democracy Fellowship program at Keseb)
This paper takes stock of current opportunities and obstacles, and explores approaches that promise the greatest impact. It provides a survey of some of the leading advocates and watchdogs in the space, and outlines possible avenues for strategic engagement.
Thu Jun 01 2023
SOCIO-ENVIRONMENTAL FUNDS IN SOUTH AMERICA: INSIGHTS ON LOCALIZATION IN PRACTICEBy Cristina Ordóñez (Program Coordinator-TAI)
An increasing number of funders are seeking to support local activism – often through intermediaries, at the intersection of good governance, environmental rights and/or climate. The Transparency & Accountability Initiative (TAI) members want to better understand the operation, scope, and main challenges of funding at the grassroots. To this end, we turned to the experiences of funds with a strong track record in this regard. TAI conducted interviews with representatives of five South American socio-environmental funds supplemented by desk research and follow-up conversations.
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