Pitfalls and Bright Spots: Crowdsourcing and Validating Why Social Accountability Designs Succeed and Fail

12:00 - 13:20
Room 205, Shaw Centre

The objectives of this session are twofold:
  1. To use practitioner experience and recent evaluations to identify social accountability designs that can help and hinder the impact of accountability efforts
  2. To identify what approaches are worth further experimentation and piloting
Using a set of lessons from social accountability from recent evaluations, we will co-develop a mapping of factors that participants predict are associated with successful and less social accountability work, resulting in a set of recommendations for future adaptive evaluations to increase knowledge and evidence of “what works” in social accountability.

Theme: Impact

Livestream: No

Open to media: Yes

Organizers: Results for Development (R4D), Wahana Visi Indonesia (WVI)

Languages available: English

Event type: Workshop

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