Minding the gap: Georgia takes a page from UK’s innovation guidebook

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Filed under: Development 2.0 Guest posts Social innovation

From county councils to government departments, institutions in the UK are thinking more and more about how to develop innovative solutions to the key problems faced by their citizens. Increased fiscal pressures and heightened citizen expectations means doing more with less. The conventional stereotype of a public servant being resistant to innovation and prone to… Read more »

South Eastern Europe in review: Where citizens are the experts

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Filed under: Anticorruption Governance Social innovation

Whenever I discuss the governance challenges in South Eastern Europe, the discussion quickly boils down to one issue: (anti) corruption. At the recently organized SELDI policy advocacy workshop, we went back to the basic principles of “good governance.” This opened up a wider debate indicating that now may be the time to both reframe the… Read more »