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Improving local governance and service delivery : Shouting at the system won’t make it work!

Improving Local Governance And Service Delivery : Shouting At The System Won’t Make It Work!

When: 22 June, 2017
Where: Overseas Development Institute (ODI), London

The Chronic Poverty Advisory Network (CPAN), in partnership with Mzumbe University, INTRAC and the Foundation for Civil Society, is holding the event Improving local governance and service delivery ‘Shouting at the system won’t make it work!‘ on the 22nd June from 10.00am-11.30am at the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) in London.

It is often assumed that civil society advocacy, citizen activism and social accountability mechanisms are necessary for holding local government to account, and for driving improvements in public service delivery. But to what extent is this the case?  Recent evidence suggests that many such initiatives are donor-driven, insufficiently strategic and inappropriate in relation to how change happens in the local context.

This event explores the latest debates, evidence and practice on social accountability, civil society advocacy and local government service delivery.  It considers how current policy and assumptions could be revised to more effectively address critical blockages in public service delivery.

More information about the event can be found here, together with the event´s agenda and registration form.

Those who cannot attend the event in person, can follow it online by signing up here.

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