Getting students debating solutions to gender-based violence

22nd October 2020|Categories: Gender, Home Blog, Thought Leadership|Tags: , , |

By Samina Anwary It’s not often we get to explore “out there” solutions to entrenched socio-cultural problems to the extent that it becomes a formal debate with well researched arguments [...]

Creating a sustainable mission for your social enterprise

22nd October 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|

Accountability Lab is running a Virtual Incubator for accountability entrepreneurs - or ‘accountapreneurs’ - working on Covid-19 related issues in East Africa. Supported by the Ford Foundation, the Incubator provides [...]

Creating better racial equity policies for development organizations

21st October 2020|Categories: Impact & Learning|

ONE and Accountability Lab recently convened a panel discussion to reflect on structural inequities in the development sector. Designed as a safe space for partners and colleagues to delve [...]

We need to talk about Racial Inequity: Advice for convening difficult conversations

21st October 2020|Categories: Home Blog, Impact & Learning, Press|Tags: , , |

By Cheri-Leigh Erasmus As renewed protests around racial equity continue in the USA, and all over the world, the development sector finds itself taking stock of its own practices and [...]

Accountability in the time of Covid-19

5th October 2020|Categories: Accountapreneurs, Arts & Media, Home Blog|Tags: , , , , |

It’s been a challenging but productive year as the Lab adapts to the effects of working under the new normal of the Covid-19 pandemic, along with the rest of the [...]

Can social entrepreneurs achieve community immunity against corruption? 

1st October 2020|Categories: Home Blog, Thought Leadership|Tags: , , , |

By Michael Seo  In the United States, we tend to think of corruption as the exception rather than the norm. However, in some of the most impoverished settings in frontier [...]