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Activating citizens in Ukraine: A story worth telling

February 20, 2013 – Ingrid Prikken

Involve was recently in Kiev to work with Ukrainian organisation People First Foundation (PFF), in collaboration with the Westminster Foundation for Democracy. Whilst the context in Ukraine is very different to the UK, there’s a lot for both sides to learn from these exchanges; for example, that any successful engagement process starts with a clear…

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How to build voluntary sector support infrastructure?

September 16, 2011 – Thea Shahrokh

Over the past 10 months I have been working to promote the quality, strength and value of volunteering in Guyana. One of the objectives for this work has been to create an enabling environment within which to build a central support infrastructure for the voluntary sector. Countries with independent and cohesive civil societies often have…

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Surveying Open Government in the OECD

June 26, 2011 – Simon Burall

These documents are the result of Involve's work with the OECD to develop indicators for measuring open government. There is a growing movement to promote more openness in governments across the world. As a result there has been an increase in the number of laws devoted to giving citizens greater rights to access the documents…

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