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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.
The new Right to Information laws empower Sri Lankans to change their daily lives and their communities.
A digital platform in Buenos Aires enables vulnerable citizens to access georeferenced health information and share concerns about quality of care.
Austin is tackling historic inequity with a tool that allows citizens & government to measure the benefit of city initiatives in disadvantaged communities.
An innovative competition aids refugees by connecting citizens, government, and private enterprise.
From private toilets to community policing, the twin cities of Sekondi-Takoradi benefit from an ambitious citizen engagement program.
Social accountability activists are contributing to improve community services and a more responsive government.
The creation of the Open Police Data Initiative has put policing data into the hands of the public.
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