Achieving meaningful accountability for people living in poverty and marginalisation

By Thea Shahrokh and Erika Lopez-Franco

Meaningful accountability can shift power imbalances that prevent sustainable development for people living in poverty and marginalisation. However, for the poorest and most marginalised people accountability is often unattainable. This IDS Policy Briefing draws on research by the Participate initiative to highlight the key components necessary for processes of accountability to be meaningful for all.

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