- Tuesday 15 Feb 2022, 15:30 - 17:30
- Spoken Language
Online via Zoom and the Mandela Room, Ovk.53, at The Hague University of Applied Sciences
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Registration is required to attend online or in-person. You will receive the zoom link by e-mail shortly before the seminar.
What do local citizens understand by ‘accountability’? How do local activists mobilize fellow citizens? How do they get those in power to commit to providing the information/service? This hybrid seminar answers these questions and more, citing findings on social accountability initiatives in Morocco, Tunisia and Lebanon.
After more than a decade since the 'Arab Spring', it’s time to review efforts to strengthen relations between citizens and their (local) governments. This seminar will present and discuss research findings on social accountability initiatives in Morocco, Tunisia, and Lebanon. We aim to answer the research question: 'What does accountability look like for the people on the ground?'.
- Sylvia I. Bergh (ISS and Centre of Expertise on Global Governance at The Hague University of Applied Sciences)
- Ward Vloeberghs (Erasmus University College)
- Francesco Colin (Morocco, and PhD researcher at ISS)
- Hicham Jadaoun (Lebanon)
- Intissar Kherigi (Tunisia)
- Tasnim Chirchi (Tunisia)
Students and colleagues of participating universities, as well as researchers and practitioners around the world are welcomed to join this event to critically reflect on the findings and what they mean for policymaking and development practice, as well as future research.
This project was made possible thanks to a Research Innovation Facility (RIF) grant from the ISS and support by the Centre of Expertise on Global Governance at The Hague University of Applied Science and Erasmus University College.