Connecting local responses around the world
Time: November 1, 2018 from 3pm to 5pm
Location: Seminar Hall 3, Kamala Devi Complex, India International Centre, New Delhi
Event Type: seminar
Organized By: 3ie
Latest Activity: Oct 30, 2018
There is a lot of emphasis by donors on improving governance in public service delivery, in order to improve development effectiveness. Bottom-up approaches aim to engage citizens in participation, inclusion, transparency and accountability in the design and delivery of public services and institutions. Evidence from prominent single studies implemented in particular contexts has suggested that the bottom-up approaches to involve citizens in the governance of public services are not effective strategies. However, how generalizable is this finding, and what are the mechanisms through which citizen engagement can be effective?
An upcoming mixed-method systematic review focuses on interventions that promote citizen engagement in public service governance, through participatory and inclusive planning, community-based monitoring, and provision of information about rights and performance of public services. The authors assessed evidence from 50 impact evaluations and 39 additional qualitative documents on governance programmes in L&MICs. Hugh Waddington, the lead author of the review, will present the key findings and implications for policy and programmes.
To attend this event, please visit: http://www.3ieimpact.org/en/events/3ie-delhi-seminars/3ie-delhi-seminars-2018/does-promoting-citizen-engagement-governance-public-services-imp/
Speaker: Hugh Waddington, senior evaluation specialist, 3ie
Chair: Mark Engelbert, evaluation specialist, 3ie
Discussant: Rahul Ahluwalia, associate director, Governance, Central Square Foundation, New Delhi
Date: 1 November 2018
Venue: Seminar Hall 3, Kamala Devi Complex, India International Centre, New Delhi