Report of the Expert Group Meeting on Engaging Citizens to Enhance Public Sector Accountability and Prevent Corruption in the Delivery of Public Services
2011-07
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Global
Participation and Accountability
English
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UN DESA/DPIDG

The Development Management Branch of the Division for Public Administration and Development Management of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DMB/DPADM/UNDESA) convened an Expert Group Meeting (EGM) on Engaging Citizens to Enhance Public Sector Accountability and to Prevent Corruption in the Delivery of Public Services, held at the United Nations Headquarters in Vienna, Austria on 7-8 July 2011. This Report describes the EGM background, preparations and objectives. It summarizes the proceedings, outcomes and recommendations.
 

 

The EGM, as the first link in this chain of substantive analysis, brought together experts from the governmental and non-governmental sectors, with rich backgrounds in the topics covered by its agenda. The experts spent two full days discussing and presenting on the participatory approaches, tools and strategies of public administration in their respective countries and areas of specialization. Their contributions concentrated on development management strategies oriented to improve public service delivery via citizen engagement for EAPC-PSD. The overall objective was to contribute to the needed progress towards the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by the fast approaching deadline of 2015.

 

File added date: June 2021
Author: UN DESA/DPIDG
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URL: https://digitallibrary.un.org/record/745418