Please join the International Budget Partnership and our co-sponsors for this timely event.

Over the last decade, many countries have committed to be open about what they’re doing with the public’s money. But transparency is not enough. We need an all-hands-on-deck approach - public auditors, governments, legislators, and the public working together to ensure public monies are spent towards the public interests.

Several country experiences show a more inclusive approach is possible and signal the kinds of commitments local and national governments can pursue as we advance an open government agenda. Civil society and movements are claiming spaces to have a seat at the table where spending decisions are made and playing oversight roles through social audits. From Peru to Sierra Leone, national auditors are forging collaborations with citizens to monitor spending.

Through interactive multimedia experiences and discussions, this event will showcase the voices of change agents who are pushing the frontier with participatory approaches to accountability and spur further action.

Monday, December 13, 2021
9:00 am - 10:30 am EST
  • Abu Bakarr Kamara, Coordinator, Budget Advocacy Network, Sierra Leone
  • Wulandari, Executive Board Member, Perkumpulan Inisiatif, Indonesia
  • Ramu Prasad Dotel, Deputy Auditor General, Office of the Auditor General, Nepal
  • Francisco Rodriguez Abinal, Coordinador Derechos Sociales de la Niñez, Asociación Civil por la Igualdad y la Justicia, Argentina

  • Claire Schouten, Senior Program Officer, International Budget Partnership 
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