Jun 30, 2020
Governments need to give more attention to promoting equity through taxation and the mobilization of domestic revenues is fundamental in strategies to finance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This brief
Aug 25, 2011
In India the Scheduled Caste Sub-Plan (SCSP) is a program designed to provide direct benefits to the Dalits, who are considered to be “outcastes” and have faced centuries of exclusion
Jul 20, 2017
July 2017 | by Dustin Kramer, Former Deputy General Secretary, Social Justice Coalition Download »
The Social Justice Coalition (SJC) is a social movement from Cape Town, South Africa. Launched
Feb 22, 2013
By Hugo Noe Pino (Instituto Centroamericano de Estudios Fiscales).
This case study looks at how the preparation and publication of the Open Budget Survey 2010 in Honduras increased awareness of
Sep 18, 2012
By Tony Dogbe (Participatory Development Associates, Ltd.) and Joana Kwabena-Adade (Participatory Development Associates, Ltd.).
Between 2007 and 2010, the Social Enterprise Development (SEND-Ghana) Foundation, one of the IBP’s partners, monitored
Aug 26, 2013
By Alta Fölscher (Mokoro, Ltd.) and John Kruger (Oxford Policy Management).
The Eastern Cape Province of South Africa struggles with high poverty, poor public infrastructure, and dysfunctional administrative systems. One
Jul 22, 2010
By International Budget Partnership | 2011
Civil society organizations have a critical role to play in government budget processes. They can inform the decision-making process to ensure that public resources
Oct 07, 2016
September 2016 | by Brendan Halloran, IBP (adapted from a longer study by Padmaja Nair)
The state of Maharashta is one of India’s most powerful economic engines. Yet despite
Feb 17, 2016
February 2016 | by Daniel McLaren
If the general public is able to monitor the delivery of services, it can help hold the government to account and, ultimately, improve the
Nov 01, 2012
By Evilasio Salvador (University of Brasilia).
When the Brazilian government sent a new tax reform proposal to Congress in 2008 that would exacerbate the already high level of economic inequality,