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December 11, 2018
FISCAL FUTURES: SCENARIO THINKING FOR FISCAL TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY
IBP TAI Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
What will public finance look like in the year 2040? TAI, IBP, and Carnegie Endowment for International Peace reimagine the world of fiscal future transparency through scenarios thinking. Check out the four scenarios booklet and stay tuned for a blog series on the field-wide gaps it surfaced.
October 11, 2018
Improving the Design and Effectiveness of Investments in Governance Data: Lessons Learned and Practical Guidance for Funders
TAI's latest report takes stock of the lessons learned from current funding initiatives and trends related to governance data and attempts to provide insight into the factors and approaches that tend to influence progress and sustainability. The report provides guiding questions for funders and potential grantees to consider when thinking through new grants and funding proposals.
October 10, 2018
Data vs Corruption: Exploring Barriers to Data Use in Nigeria
Lauren Keevill and Michael Jarvis
TAI's latest brief offers a case of how Nigeria is using data to fight corruption and support accountability. It examines the key barriers and challenges towards harnessing data to fight corruption and offers opportunities and lessons on how to overcome.
April 23, 2018
2017 TAI Annual Report
2017 was the first year of implementing our new 3-year strategy. How did we navigate a fast-changing landscape for transparency, accountability, and civic participation around the world?
March 29, 2018
Participatory Budgeting: Spreading Across the Globe
New report seeks to support citizens, governments, practitioners, and donors as they contemplate how participatory budgeting programs may improve the quality of democracy, service delivery, community trust, and well-being.
December 8, 2017
Distract, Divide, Detach: Using Transparency and Accountability to Justify Regulation of CSOs
TAI takes a deep dive on how governments weaponize transparency to further close down civic space and puts forward recommendations on how the transparency community can respond.