Governance and politics

Making All Voices Count Research and Learning Grants: Call for Proposals


Are you involved in a process, project, initiative or practice that tries to strengthen citizens’ voice to get governments to respond and be accountable to them?  Are you a ‘do-er’ who reflects on your experience and learns from your own practice and that of others?

Or, are you a researcher who is curious about citizen voice, transparency and accountability or the use of technologies for these purposes, and wants to help build the evidence base for work in this field?

Whichever of these you are, Making All Voices Count is offering grants that you might be interested in.

Making All Voices Count is inviting applications for research, evidence-building and learning grants, under two streams of funding: Practitioner Research & Learning Grants and Research Grants.

 What is Making All Voices Count?

Making All Voices Count is an international initiative that contributes to effective governance and accountability by enabling citizen engagement and open, responsive government in 12 countries in Africa and Asia. The programme is committed to promoting transparency, fighting corruption, empowering marginalised citizens, and harnessing the power of new technologies to make government more effective and accountable.

The Programme supports creative and cutting-edge solutions – many of which use mobile and web technology – to the challenge of amplifying citizen voices and enabling governments to listen and respond. The majority of our work is focused in six priority countries – Ghana, Indonesia, Kenya, the Philippines, South Africa and Tanzania.

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