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Rupert Simons
Chief Executive . Usually in London. Interested in data, development and cycling.
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Rupert Simons Jan 19
Or, if you change your methods, consult on them and be transparent about the changes and (if possible) their effect
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Yohanna Loucheur Jan 19
This is such an important point: these textbooks do NOT even reflect reality.
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Joe Powell Jan 18
UK and France agree to increase support to and at leader summit
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Ian Gary Jan 18
How did and partners use an IMF bailout to get more fiscal transparency and protect social spending in Ghana? New case study from Following the Money in Ghana: From the Grassroots to the Hallways of the IMF
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Linda Raftree Jan 18
Have you tested whether your database/MIS passes privacy and security standards? Was it tested in actual context to see if it works in practice? Here's why you should.
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Rupert Simons Jan 18
Looking forward to this
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Rupert Simons Jan 18
Our team asks if we can trust the data on EU trust funds. Answer: it's getting better, but not fast enough
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PublishWhatYouFund Jan 18
Putting the trust in trust funds: What has the achieved so far? Our latest blog with input from
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Rupert Simons Jan 18
Would love to have been a fly on the wall for that conversation!
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ODI Jan 16
Why are development agencies merged, and how can development ambitions within merged agencies be protected? Read 's new paper as she joins this morning's session on administration:
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Rupert Simons Jan 18
One day left to work with us Liberia, Senegal, Nicaragua and Cambodia or Nepal!
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Rupert Simons Jan 18
Was a good discussion, and thank you for inviting us to give evidence. Video link here:
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Rajesh Mirchandani Jan 17
Well done - direct cash transfers to refugees is more transparent, cost-effective and dignified. Refugees know what they need better than us. H/t who've led on this
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Liz McInnes Jan 16
Important point made by : private companies providing public services should not be able to hide behind “commercial confidentiality”. Was a common excuse when I worked in NHS for private companies to hide how much they were costing taxpayer.
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Rupert Simons Jan 17
Proud to have worked with this remarkable woman and seen a small part of 's journey
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Rupert Simons Jan 17
We will be taking a closer look at the quality and transparency of data as part of the Index process. Stay tuned
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Rupert Simons Jan 17
Hey look people here is OPEN DATA being USED to highlight government and corporate INCOMPETENCE see it is possible :-)
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Rupert Simons Jan 17
As compilers of the Index we're paying close attention to latest on the Doing Business report. This was a helpful summary of the position by
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Georg Neumann Jan 16
It's about getting better data to take better decisions, especially in , governments' key spending area. If it's , everyone can monitor
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Rupert Simons Jan 16
Congratulations! They are lucky to have you
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