Fiscal Futures: Overcoming Hurdles to Citizen Activism for Fiscal Governance

Social movements deploying various nonviolent tactics have consistently demonstrated the ability to achieve genuine – sometimes transformative – shifts in policy and government performance. The underlying dynamic involves grassroots organizing to amplify citizen voices and wield power. But can such bottom-up citizen initiatives be fostered to advance fiscal governance?
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Sharing Insights on Strategy and Learning for Fiscal Justice

Ensuring that organizations have in place frameworks, practices, and a culture conducive to adaptive learning and management is essential to navigating complex and challenging fiscal governance systems. Oxfam America, the Natural Resource Governance Institute, and the International Budget Partnership are engaged in a series of learning exchanges to share insights and lessons from their respective Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning systems and practices to learn from each other’s experiences.
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