By Israel Victor.
Youth Manifesto project's third workshop was held at the Inpatient Unit of Santa Maria (DF).
E-Motive Platform is a worldwide matchmaking network for innovative social solutions.
By Israel Victor.
It was the second meeting of the Youth Manifesto Project, which promotes exchange of experiences about the realities of Brazil, Uganda and The Netherlands
CEW-IT unveils the Budget Monitoring pilot initiative in Kasese and Gulu districts, Uganda chapter under E-Motive arrangement
Story by Teddy Nalugo
Check out our chat with Renata Florentino, coordinator of the Our Brasília Movement's Urban Mobility Workgroup and president of the 'Piece Wheels' NGO.
The dutch organization LSA was invited to come to Brazil to participate in a workshop with friends from Brazil and Uganda about budget monitoring. Within the E-motive program, Deepening Democracy is one of the priority areas on which countries exchange knowledge and experience and cooperate.
Article by Marcia Acioli and Carmela Zigoni, political advisers to Inesc.
Mercosur Social Summit is an important forum, but one that is still not sufficient for civil society
Inesc takes part in event held in Brasilia representing Rebrip and Consea.
Workshop and conference “Youth Influencing the Agenda”, 1 – 3 June 2015 Kampala, Uganda
We interviewed Fátima Mello, the author of the study, on the role played by the block and its new development bank in the current global scenario and how civil society can contribute to advance the proposals of the group.
An analysis was made by a policy advisor to Inesc during a seminar on Tax Justice held at the Brazilian House of Representatives.
Interview with Redouane Amine, moderator of the Neighbourhood Communities Program.
The project Youth Manifesto is part of the E-Motive iniciative, a network of organizations that has as an objective to share innovative solutions for local and globals issues.
The public budget in Distrito Federal promove or violate rights? Actvists from Nossa Brasília Movement got together Thursday night (18/6) in Brasilia to answer that question, debating urban mobility concepts, public policies and budget programs that are monitorated in Brazil's federal capital, and present the Urban Mobility Thematic Budget's construction methodology.
There’s a tendency to think about new democratic processes based on social networks and virtual participation. We have to make better use of this possibility, but redesigning democracy entirely based on it is unfeasible.
Workshop discusses budget monitoring and social participation in Brazil, Uganda and the The Netherlands
How to deepen democracy in countries with such different realities as Brazil, Uganda and The Netherlands?
Fiscal openness has been a refrain in the global discourse on good and democratic public governance for a number of decades.