La route vers Addis-Abeba : Quelles sont les prochaines étapes de la transparence et de la participation budgétaires ?

By Claire Schouten, IBP— Jul 13, 2015

You are viewing the French translation of this post. View the English version here. Cette année a été passionnante jusqu’ici. Nous avons travaillé avec des organisations de la société civile à travers le monde afin d’assurer une plus grande responsabilité des programmes de Développement durable de l’après-2015 et du Financement du développement (FdF). Sur quoi […]

الطريق إلى أديس أبابا: ما هي الخطوة التالية لشفافية الموازنة والمشاركة؟

By Claire Schouten, IBP— Jul 13, 2015

You are viewing the Arabic translation of this post. View the English version here. مستوى أكبر من إمكانية المحاسبة في جداول أعمال التنمية المستدامة لما بعد عام 2015 والتمويل من أجل التنمية (FfD). لقد كان هذا العام مثيرًا حتى الآن. لقد عملنا مع منظمات المجتمع المدني من مختلف أرجاء العالم لضمان توفير ما الذي انطوى […]

Menjembatani Kesenjangan antara Anggaran Terbuka dan Mengubahkan Kehidupan

By IBP, essays from the 2014 Annual Report— Jul 10, 2015

You are viewing the Indonesian translation of this post. View the English version here. By IBP, essays from the Annual Report 2014 Slogan IBP is “Open Budgets. Transform Lives (Budget Open. Change the Life.” We believe that if citizens have access to budget information and opportunities to participate in the budget process, they can be […]

Budgeting for Human Rights: Using the Maximum of Available Resources

Aug 14, 2014

This post was written by Helena Hofbauer, Director of Partnership Development and Innovation at the International Budget Partnership. The last few decades have seen two mutually reinforcing trends with regard to government budgets. First, though fiscal policy has long been seen as a key tool for governments to support stable economies and provide public services, the […]

The Social Justice Coalition Uses Social Audit to Clean Up Sanitation Issues in Cape Town

by International Budget Partnership— May 14, 2013

On 27 April 2013, Freedom Day in South Africa, the Social Justice Coalition and residents of Khayelitsha, an informal settlement in the outskirts of the City of Cape Town, celebrated by taking the City to task for failing to adequately maintain and clean the toilets provided for the community. The public hearing was part of a social audit in which community members hold governments to account for managing public funds.