Armenia Case Study: Accountability
Posted by civilsocietyindex on August 16, 2010
The CIVICUS Civil Society Index Partner in Armenia, Counterpart International, has completed their case study on the Status of CSO Accountability in Armenia. This case study was conducted as part of the CIVICUS Civil Society Index programme that Counterpart International implemented in Armenia. The study looks into the accountability mechanism used by Armenian civil society by conducting interviews with NGOs, youth groups, cultural groups, sports associations and educational groups. The study focused on the accountability that CSOs in Armenia have towards their donors vs. their beneficiaries.
The partners have posted a vidoe on the CSO Accountability Case Study. In the video, Lusine Hakobyan (national coordinator for implemenation of CSI at Counterpart International) and Mane Tadevosyan (researcher) speak about the process of selecting the cases studies and the findings of the research that they conducted. They also speak to the implications of the findings and how they contribute to developing civil society in Armenia
To read the full case study click hereCSO-Eng_web
To read the Armenia Country Report from the 2003-2006 phase,click here http://www.civicus.org/new/CSI_Armenia.htm