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Using Budgets to Monitor Human Rights

New Tactics is hosting an online dialogue from February 24 to March 2 called "Using Budget for Monitoring". 

The purpose of this online dialogue is to provide a forum for human rights advocates to share techniques, resources and information related to monitoring government budgets to hold them accountable for implementing their human rights commitments. The goal of the dialogue is to create a stronger network of human rights advocates using budgets for monitoring purposes.

The resource practitioners leading this discussion include:
  • Warren Krafchik, Helena Hofbauer, Gabriel Lara, and Shaamela Cassiem of the International Budget Partnership
  • Denny John, a consultant in the health sector for NGOs such as Action Aid, PATH, UNDP and local NGOs in India
  • Pravas Mishra of the Center for Youth and Social Development (CYSD), India
  • Alfred Wreh, Head of Secretariat of the Liberia Civil Society Budget Watch Network
  • Mario Claasen and Petronella Murowe of IDASA in South Africa
  • Edewede (Dede) Kadiri, Senior Programme Officer with Dev't Initiatives Network (DIN), Nigeria
  • Kipp and Philip of INFONET in Kenya
There is also a tactical notebook on Using Government Budgets as a Monitoring Tool available at the New Tactics website. 

Posted by Shira Stanton on February 18th, 2010
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