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Opening the Black Box: The Contextual Drivers of Social Accountability

May 18, 2015 | 15:30pm

Citizens across the world are calling for greater citizen-state engagement and accountability. But how and when does social accountability work? This book provides a framework on how to assess the contextual drivers of social accountability effectiveness, by providing an understanding of how and under what circumstances various processes of social accountability lead to positive development outcomes. The event will present the framework and some findings for “challenging contexts” and seek feedback from practitioners based on their views and experiences.


Lead Social Development Specialist, Governance Global Practice, World Bank

Global Director of Governance, World Resources Institute

Practice Manager, Governance, World Bank Group

Senior Director, Social, Urban, Rural and Resilience, World Bank Group

Chief Institutional Economist & Former Governance Advisor in Indonesia, The World Bank

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