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Introducing the 2014 Honesty Oscars, hosted by Accountability Lab

25 February 2014 | corruption, global indices, infographic, transparency

This week, ONE and Accountability Lab bring you the 2014 Honesty Oscars. Each day this week, we’ll bring you a different category of contenders, from Visual Effects to Best Picture – people and...

Online Discussion: Data Gaps on Gender Equality

22 January 2014 | data, gender assessment, gender equality, mdgs, post-2015

Wikigender, the UN Foundation, Health Behaviour in School-Aged Children (HBSC), the EU-LAC Foundation, European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE), ECLAC and PARIS21 would like to hear your views...

NZ’s low levels of corruption validated by NIS assessment

07 January 2014 | corruption, good governance, indicators, integrity, oceania

“Integrity Plus”, the supersized national integrity systems assessment published by Transparency International NZ last November provides a substantial evaluation of the way our institutions, laws,...

Panel Discussion l The Why, What, and How of a Development Data Revolution

09 December 2013 | accountability, data-revolution, evidence-based, mdgs, post-2015

As we approach 2015, the UN High-Level Panel report calling for a “data revolution” has reignited debate on how the international community produces, shares, evaluates, and uses statistics. Despite...

Release l Mexico Peace Index Report

02 December 2013 | corruption, gdp, index, judicial system, latin america, nat index, peace, statistics

The 2013 Mexico Peace Index Report analyses peace in Mexico over the last decade and identifies the key socio-economic factors associated with peace and violence.  The Mexico Peace Index shows that...

Post-2015: Act Now to Keep Governance on Post-MDG Agenda in February

26 November 2013 | governance, mdgs, post-2015

The 2015 end date for the UN’s Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) is closer than we think and discussions are well underway to develop a new global agenda to replace it. But the timeframe to act to...

The Importance of Spirit: The Strengths and Limitations of ICT in Development

15 November 2013 | accountability, citizen empowerment, citizen reporting, corruption, governance, ict, ict4d, nepal

During the 2013 World Bank-IMF Annual Meetings, I attended a panel on “Development in a Digital Age,” which featured representative experts from the Institute of the Future (IFTF),Facebook,...

OECD How's Life report highlights

07 November 2013 | assessment, education, employment, governance, income inequality, oecd, well-being

The How's Life? report on wellbeing from the OECD thinktank attempts to count the human cost of the global financial crisis. The wide-ranging report ranks countries on a range of criteria from...

Guest Post l We must end the world's data divide

04 November 2013 | blogpost, data, mdgs, measure progress, measurement, open data

The constrasting quality of data collected by different countries must be addressed, says Michael Green in this guest post responding to the open data index. This week the Open Knowledge Foundation...

World gender gap index 2013: see how countries compare

25 October 2013 | education, empowerment, gender equality, global index, right-to-health

Iceland has been named the country with the narrowest gender gap in the world, for the fifth consecutive year, by the World Economic Forum (WEF). The annual gender gap index places Iceland in first...

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