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Good Practice

Good Practice

When reviewing Accountable Now Members’ reports, the Independent Review Panel selects answers that they feel constitute good practice and could provide valuable information for other Members and the sector. In 2016 the Independent Review Panel has identified several good practice examples from all Accountability Reports (both full and interim) that have been submitted by our Members in …

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Reporting Process

Reporting Process

Reporting Process The review process itself is laid out in the Reporting Requirements. Members have to report annually, no later than 12 months after the end of their financial year. Members with an exceptional track record and high standard of reporting are eligible to report in full every two years.Once Members have handed in their Accountability …

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Reporting Standard

Reporting Standard

After an interim reporting framework in the early years, Accountable Now engaged in a multi-stakeholder process with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) to develop reporting guidelines which ensure that CSOs fulfill the same requirements we demand from governments and business.While the partnership with GRI was crucial for CSOs to benchmark against other sectors, in 2014, …

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Excellence of CSO Accountability

Excellence of CSO Accountability

In times of shrinking civic space and increased competition for funding – excellent accountability is crucially important to build trust and achieve impact. However, this study reveals that there are severe challenges we face as a sector. Based on desktop research and structured interviews, it compares 40 of the leading civil society organisations (CSOs) worldwide …

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How effectively do INGOs hold governments or themselves to account

How effectively do INGOs hold governments or themselves to account?

Bangladesh has made substantial progress in human development in recent years, but it continues to suffer from a culture of confrontational politics, non-inclusive and non-decentralised development practice, widespread corruption, and violation of human rights. One key focus of intervention for some of the international non-governmental organisations (INGO) in our country has been to strengthen the …

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