Transparent and Accountable: Ukrainian Cities Fight for Openness

By |2021-09-02T10:32:31+02:00September 2nd 2021|Categories: Smart & Digital Development, Urban & Metropolitan Governance|Tags: , , |

Local authorities often perceive publishing information about their activities as a tedious responsibility. But Ukrainian cities prove that digital openness is a chance for rising investments, growth of trust, and increased human resources. By Olena Ogorodnik from Transparency International Ukraine

Local Governance in Nigeria: An Unsettling State of Affairs

By |2020-09-01T09:25:29+02:00September 1st 2020|Categories: Decentralisation, Governance & Finance|Tags: , , , |

Local governments in Nigeria have financial autonomy – technically. Idayat Hassan, Director of the Centre for Democracy and Development in Abuja, reveals why they are still severely disempowered and what needs to be done to revive them.

How Parking Meter Data Can Help Fight Corruption

By |2019-08-28T11:54:01+02:00August 28th 2019|Categories: Governance & Finance, Urban & Metropolitan Governance|Tags: , , , , , |

How can cities fight corruption? In Mexico, various cities have successfully worked with open data as an accountability tool that also improves service delivery. Ania Calderón and Eduardo Bohorquéz explain.

Islands of Integrity™: Replicating La Paz’s Successful Anti-corruption Experience

By |2019-08-26T12:43:00+02:00August 1st 2019|Categories: Urban & Metropolitan Governance|Tags: , , , , |

How can cities effectively tackle corruption? Through a transformative process that involves those who are part of the problem, argue Ronald MacLean Abaroa and Ana Vasilache, who have developed their own successful anti-corruption methodology.

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