Results 6 resources
From ‘Feedback Loops’ to ‘Responsive Governance’McGee, R. - 2014, January 29 - Making All Voices Count
Part of a sequenced learning process for MAVC's Research and Evidence Component, the summary of a thematic discussion led by researcher Rosemary McGee.
Shifting Power? Assessing the Impact of Transparency and Accountability Initiatives (IDS Working Papers, 383)McGee, R., & Gaventa, J. - 2011 - IDS
This paper arises from a review of the impact and effectiveness of transparency and accountability initiatives which gathered and analysed existing evidence, discussed how it could be improved, and ev...
Introduction: Opening Governance – Change, Continuity and Conceptual AmbiguityMcGee, R., & Edwards, D. - 2016 - IDS Bulletin, 41(1), 1–21
Transforming governance: what role for technologies?Edwards, D., Brock, K., & McGee, R. - 2016 - MAVC
The technological innovations of the last two decades – cell phones, tablets, open data and social media – mean that governments and citizens can interact like never before. Around the world, in different contexts, citizens have fast-increasing access to information and communications technologies (ICTs) that enable them to monitor government performance and express their views on it in real time. In February 2016, a learning event in Manila, convened by Making All Voices Count, brought...
Applying Power Analysis: Using the ‘Powercube’ to explore forms, levels and spacesGaventa, J. - 2019 - In R. McGee & J. Pettit (Eds.), Power, Empowerment and Social Change
In a complex, globalised and rapidly changing world, power dynamics are multidimensional, constantly evolving, and full of complexity. The ‘powercube’ (Gaventa, 2006) is an approach to power analysis which can be used to examine the multiple forms, levels and spaces of power, and their interactions. Building on earlier work on power, and elaborated and popularised in collaboration with other colleagues through the web site powercube.net and numerous other resources, the powercube has been...
Seeing the Combined Effects of Aid Programmes (No. 196; IDS Policy Briefing)Burge, R., Nadelman, R., McGee, R., … Anderson, C. - 2022 - IDS
Multiple aid agencies often try to support change in the same places, at the same time, and with similar actors. Surprisingly, their interactions and combined effects are rarely explored. This Policy Briefing describes findings from research conducted on recent aid programmes that overlapped in Mozambique, Nigeria, and Pakistan, and from a webinar with UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) advisors and practitioners. The research found three distinct categories of ‘interaction...