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  • National course on PETS: Kampala, March 2009 - Uganda

    A national course on “Public expenditure tracking surveys (PETS)” was organised jointly by the International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP-UNESCO) and the Economic Policy Research Centre (EPRC), from 09 to 13 March 2009 in Kampala. This...

    Uganda. Education Policy Research Centre, IIEP-UNESCO

    Paris, IIEP, 2009

  • Education and fragility in Afghanistan: a situational analysis

    Aghanistan has been called "the quintessential fragile state". Education actors face formidable challenges. But change is possible. The education sector has witnessed enormous growth since the ousting of the Taliban from Kabul in 2001. The Ministry...

    Sigsgaard, Morten

    Paris, UNESCO, 2009

  • Integrity in public procurement: tools for implementation

    1. Public procurement is a process that goes right to the core of good governance. Governance combines efficiency and fairness. Accordingly, the objective is to establish a system that can satisfy the needs of the government purchaser, the supplier...

    OECD. Directorate for Public Governance and Territorial Development

    Paris, OECD, 2009

  • Corruption and human rights: making the connection

    What impact does corruption have on enjoyment of human rights, including economic, social and cultural rights? When can human rights principles and tools help to curb and prevent corruption? In recent years, governments, NGOs and international...

    International Council on Human Rights Policy, Transparency International

    Geneva, ICHRP, 2009

  • The Right to information in Latin America: a comparative legal survey

    The first chapter of this book, International Standards and Trends, analyses the international basis for claiming the right to information as a fundamental human right. The analysis reviews authoritative international statements, and the decisions of...

    Mendel, Toby

    Quito, UNESCO, 2009

  • Teacher codes: learning from experience

    This book examines the differences between codes of conduct and codes of ethics, the purpose of these codes, how they are developed - including their rationale and content - and the various activities involved in their implementation. For a code of...

    Van Nuland, Shirley, Poisson, Muriel

    Paris, UNESCO, 2009

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