Engaging Citizens - MOOC (video)

Engaging Citizens - MOOC (video)
By World Bank's Open Learning Campus
About this podcast
Government works best when citizens are directly engaged in policymaking and public service delivery. What conditions are necessary for inclusive and effective citizen engagement? Can it positively improve people's lives? This podcast provides an overview of citizen engagement, critically analyzing how it can be leveraged most effectively to achieve development results.
Latest episodes
June 30, 2016
Citizen Engagement in Public Auditing for Better Service Delivery with Seong Jun Kim, Managing Director for Research at the Board of Audit and Inspection.
June 30, 2016
Improving Service Delivery in the Health & Education Sectors: SEND-Ghana & CARE International with George Osei-Bimpeh, Zakaria Yakubu, and Gaia Gozzo
June 30, 2016
Final Takeaways with Bjorn-Soren Gigler, Senior Governance Specialist, Governance Global Practice, World Bank Group
June 30, 2016
Citizen Engagement in the Public Sector: Meu Rio with Mihuel Lago, Co-founder & Executive Director, Meu Rio
June 30, 2016
Improving Service Delivery in the Water Sector: Maji Voice with Titus Tuitoek, Alice Njena, Daniel Kamiri, and Max Hirn.
Aug. 14, 2015
Does ICT work in the real world? with Achraf Aouadi, Founder and President, I watch Tunisia
Aug. 14, 2015
ICT - Enabled citizen engagement with Bjorn-Soren Gigler, Senior Governance Specialist, Governance Global Practice, World Bank Group
Aug. 14, 2015
Call to action: Academia Representative with John Gaventa. Professorial Fellow, Institute of Development Studies and Director of the Coady International Institute and Vice President of International Development at St Francis Xavier University
Aug. 14, 2015
Identifying the gaps between citizens and governments with Jean-Paul Faguet, Professor of the political economy of development, London School of Economics.
Aug. 14, 2015
Bridging the gaps between citizens and government with Shirin Madon, Associate Professor, Department of International Development and Department of Management, London School of Economics,