DescriptionTo support the Global Initiative for Fiscal Transparency (GIFT), a muti-stakeholder programme of the International Budget Partnership addressing challenges in fiscal transparency and participation.
Funding typeGrant: Foreign Public Charity Equivalent
Funding purposeGeneral Funding Grant
DescriptionTo provide general operating support to the International Lawyers Project, who support local actors on economic inequality issues including corruption, tax reform, media freedom, and curbing illicit financial flows.
DescriptionTo support the Leadership Academy for Development, a programme at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, which is designed to train government officials and business leaders from developing countries to promote private sector development through public policy.
DescriptionTo support Mid East Youth, a group of websites that serves as an interactive and educational platform for its users throughout the Arab world, offering what the region's mainstream media overlooks: uncensored information, human rights abuses, personal anecdotes from underrepresented minorities, and articles on culture.
DescriptionTo support a convening of Parliamentary Monitoring Organizations to discuss advocacy strategies to set global norms for legislative transparency. The convening is organised by the National Democratic Institutes.
DescriptionTo provide general operating support to the Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI), a non-profit organisation dedicated to improving countries' governance over their natural resources to promote sustainable and inclusive development.
DescriptionTo provide core support to the Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI), a non-profit organisation dedicated to improving countries' governance over their natural resources to promote sustainable and inclusive development.
DescriptionTo support the Revenue Watch Institute to further development of international open data standards for extractives, through a combination of advocacy, technical efforts, and piloting open data approaches in Ghana.
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