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  • Open budgets, transform lives: the Open Budget Survey 2008

    The Open Budget Survey 2008, a comprehensive evaluation of budget transparency in 85 countries, finds that the state of budget transparency around the world is deplorable. This encourages inappropriate, wasteful, and corrupt spending and-because it...

    International Budget Partnership

    Washington, D.C., International Budget Partnership, 2008

  • Transparency International Annual Report

    Transparency international (TI) is a global movement sharing one vision: a world in which government, politics, business, civil society and the daily lives of people are free of corruption. In the year 2012, the 20th anniversary of its foundation in...

    Transparency International

    Berlin, TI, 2012

  • Open Government Partnership Global Report: democracy beyond the ballot box

    Open Government Partnership (OGP) releases its first comprehensive assessment of the state of open government. This report provides a thorough and honest review of progress made by OGP member countries in the first seven years of the partnership. In...

    Washington, D.C., Open Government Partnership, 2019

  • Open government in education: clarifying concepts and mapping initiatives

    Although the concept of open government (OG) is increasingly applied in public policy around the world, there is as yet no systematized overview of OG implementation in the education sector, its advantages, and the possible risks. In order to fill...

    Huss, Oksana, Keudel, Oleksandra

    Paris, UNESCO-IIEP, 2020

  • Open budget: learning from the open school platform in Donetsk oblast, Ukraine

    This case study analyses how an open government approach is being applied in Ukraine to resolve the critical issue of non-transparent school financing that has undermined trust among key stakeholders in educational planning. It focuses on the Open...

    Huss, Oksana , Keudel, Oleksandra

    Bologna, Bononia University Press, 2021

  • Open government in education: learning from social audits in India

    This case study analyses the first social audit of education carried out in India, under the aegis of the National Commission for the Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR). It was conducted as a pilot project across ten states of India, based on the...

    Bhatty, Kiran

    New Delhi, Centre for Policy Research (CPR), 2021

  • Open Contracting: the school meals programme in Bogotá, Colombia

    This case study presents the open contracting initiative carried out by the Secretariat of Education of the Municipality of Bogota, as part of the School Feeding Program. It examines how all documents of the procurement process required for the...

    Duque Botero, Juan David

    Bogota, Duque Botero Consultores, 2021

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