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Civil Society Accountability Principles and Practice – A toolkit for civil society organisations in the Pacific region

2018-11-06T13:43:26+00:00November 6th, 2018|Categories: Pacific Civil Society, Pacific Civil Society, Resources|
A Capacity Development Plan for CSOs in the Pacific

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How Change Happens – Duncan Green

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Civil society organisations (CSOs) in the Pacific region play an important role both in providing services to communities, thereby filling gaps in services otherwise provided by the state and often working with governments to do so, and in advocating for change in policy and CSO governance and laws.

The gamut of their operations is extensive and their impacts widespread.

Therefore, addressing the accountability of these organisations towards their key constituents is becoming increasingly important and thus recognised by the CSO community in the region.

The regional meetings, debates and tools being developed by CSOs in the region are evidence of the above concerns.

Published by: One World Trust with PIANGO

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