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In Kenya, citizens ensure 30 percent of public procurement opportunities are set aside for youth, women, people with disabilities, and other underrepresented groups.
Civil society organizations in South Africa partnered with the government to create a public service accountability monitor.
A new platform in Ukraine amplifies citizen’s voices in the procurement process.
The new Right to Information laws empower Sri Lankans to change their daily lives and their communities.
The expansion of New Zealand’s legislation website allows citizens to better access and understand their rights.
Through a new online platform, Georgian citizens can learn about government budgets and reporting concerns.
In France, new open data laws increase competition for public contracts.
In Colombia, citizens and the government collaborate for better transparency and accountability in the courts.
An innovative platform empowers citizens to crowdsource, prioritize, and vote on important policy proposals.
Amid concerns over public sector corruption in Spain, Madrid’s City Council gives citizens greater insight into how policies work.
In a country where secrecy is ubiquitous, new legislation puts business ownership details in the public eye.
Creating Informed and Active Citizens
Through the “Eyes and Ears” project, citizens help monitor government projects.
A new online platform for budget information invites citizens to weigh in.
Through the Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative, improvements abound in operations, relations, and revenue.
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