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Six lessons learned on tackling corruption in Kosovo* by Shqipe Neziri Vela, Manager of the anti-corruption program, UNDP Kosovo

Until lately efforts to fight corruption, both in practice and literature, were merely based on the myths of the top-down approach, a misconception that the citizens cannot make a difference if there is no institutional support. Interventions were focused on convincing institutions to give citizens space to have their voices heard. Instead, we have failed … Continue reading

“You measure what you treasure”: key lessons from Australia’s My School by Dondon Parafina

“You measure what you treasure,” says a co-delegate in the study visit to Australia sponsored by UNESCO and hosted by Australia’s Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA). When it comes to public access to data, you should ask for what matters. No just any data, but something that impacts people’s lives. In the education sector, … Continue reading

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