Scaling Accountability through Vertically Integrated Civil Society Policy Monitoring and Advocacy

Scaling Accountability through Vertically Integrated Civil Society Policy Monitoring and Advocacy
This paper makes the case for one among several possible strategic approaches by distinguishing between “scaling up” and “taking scale into account”. This proposition grounds an explanation of the vertical integration strategy, which involves multi-level coordination by civil society organisations of policy monitoring and advocacy, grounded in broad pro-accountability constituencies.
 

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