How is your government managing public finances in your country? This September, we will release the results of the Open Budget Survey 2015, which is the only independent, comparative, and regular measure of budget transparency, participation, and oversight in the world. Until then, you can review the findings from the Open Budget Survey 2012, find out how your country fared, and explore the data.
Ahead of the release of the 2015 Open Budget Survey, we look back at some of the countries that made the biggest improvements in transparency and the forces behind the change.
A new think piece series from the Transparency and Accountability Initiative examines the roles of citizens, organizations, and movements in pushing for rights, equality, and accountable governance.