Who are ‘the people’? – Making citizen participation models work for poor and marginalised groups

By Rebecca Haines, Senior Governance Advisor – Asia and MENA, CARE International UK
Sep 19, 2018

This blog is the second in a 3-part series reflecting on key themes from a recent LOGIN study tour hosted by CARE Bangladesh on mainstreaming social accountability.

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Madam Sarpanch - Stories of spirited and undaunted women Sarpanch in Mahila Rajsatta Aandolan (MRA) in Maharashtra

By Bhim Raskar, Director, Resource and Support Centre for Development
Mar 08, 2018

Bhim Raskar introduces the stories of inspiring women change agents in Maharashtra. These stories have been compiled by Mahila Rajsatta Andolan field workers in Maharashtra. ‘Madam Sarpanch’ presents first person accounts of elected women representatives of their journey in the political sphere. Read more...

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Learning from Peers: Empowering Women in Political Participation and Leadership

By Mohammad Reza Haidari, Project Manager, New Message for Afghan Women Organization
Feb 09, 2018

Reza Haidari blogs on how engaging with peer institutions has impacted his organisation's efforts to empower women for political leadership and increase citizen engagement in local governance in Afghanistan Read more...

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