A Budget Guide For civil society organisations working in education

Autor(es): 
Perry, Victoria
Entidad(es): 
Commonwealth education fund
Editor: London, CEF, 2008
Paginación: 35 p.
Notas: Incl. app., bibliographical notes and references, glossary, index, list of acronyms, executive summary, notes on the authors, statistical annex

Over the last decade, budget work, or applied budget analysis, has become increasingly recognised as an important tool for holding governments and non-state actors accountable for their policy commitments, budget allocations and expenditure. Increasingly, CSOs have adopted budget work as a key part of their advocacy and have recognised that the following three democratic principles are essential for the achievement of human development goals: Accountability; Public participation; and Transparency. This report focuses on the work supported by CEF to enable local communities to monitor spending on education at national and local levels. Case studies compiled by Idasa (Institute for Democracy in South Africa) examine work done by CEF partners in Bangladesh, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi and Uganda.

Rendición de cuentas, Estrategias de lucha contra la corrupción, Control, Desarrollo de capacidades, Sociedad civil, Corrupción, Desarrollo económico y social, Gestión educacional, Administración central, Administración local, Finanzas, Presupuestos, Gobernabilidad, Transparencia
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