Articles, news piece written, or co-written by TAI on issues from transparency, participation and accountability perspective
Fri Sep 22 2023
(Summary) Fighting Online Lies and Deception Requires Large-Scale Philanthropic ResponseBy TAI
While preventing all mis- and disinformation is a daunting task, a comprehensive effort can significantly minimize harm. It's time for philanthropy to confront this crisis with the seriousness it deserves and work together to build a healthier information ecosystem.
Thu Sep 14 2023
Walking the talk: A new resource for more transparent and accountable philanthropyBy Michael Jarvis and Eszter Filippinyi (TAI)
WINGS, in collaboration with the Transparency and Accountability Initiative, released a new version of the Transparency and Accountability Guide to shed new light on this topic and provide steps that philanthropic organisations of all sizes can follow to start implementing accountability and transparency plans.
Fri Sep 08 2023
Governance funding trends at your fingertips: Explore our new data dashboard!By Baba Kankani Gariba (MEL Fellow)
Did you know that more than a quarter (25.4%) of total USD disbursement for three consecutive years (2019-2021) was meant to improve Public Sector Policy and Administrative Management globally?
Thu Sep 07 2023
(UPDATED) TAI is at the Open Government Partnership (OGP) Summit!By Eszter Filippinyi (Deputy Director- TAI)
Our Deputy Director Eszter Filippinyi is at the Open Government Partnership (OGP) Summit. From Tallinn, where over 1500 participants from 100 countries have gathered, Eszter shares her thoughts with the TAI community:
Wed Jul 26 2023
Democracies Remain Blind to the Threat from Illicit FinanceBy Tom Keatinge (Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies)
An entrenched focus on the proceeds of crime has left democracies exposed to the threat of illicit finance.
Mon Jul 17 2023
Getting to Responsible Renewables – what lessons can we apply from extractives governance models?By Michael Jarvis (Executive Director )
There are a host of governance and accountability gaps related to the energy transition regarding fossil fuel wind down, nature-based solutions, and adapting infrastructure to be climate resilient. However, one of the most crucial areas warranting greater attention is the rapid scale-up of renewable energy. That was the focus of a fascinating session at last month’s Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) Global Conference.
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