Power point presentation presented by Javier Herrera, Francois Roubaud & Mireille Razafindrakoto at the International workshop on engendering and empowering governance indicators in New Delhi, 20-22 April, 2005. See also website page.
The opinions of the general public are as important as those of the elite if a country wishes to achieve a comprehensive self-assessment process, such as the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM). But gathering and measuring the opinion of ordinary people is not a simple matter. The author of this paper warns against the traps and pitfalls awaiting the unwary.
The first of...
Between March 13 – 17 the Sant Maral Foundation completed data collection for the seventh semi- annual corruption benchmarking survey. More than 1,000 adult participants were surveyed in Ulan Baatar, and in Zavkhan, Sukhbaatar, Tov and Khovsgul aimags (provinces). This is the largest sample undertaken since the first that was conducted in March 2006, and thus it more...
This study examines the limits of global corruption indicators based on experts’ perceptions. It draws on a wave of original surveys conducted in eight African countries that combined two types of approaches.
The first approach covers a sample of over 35,000 people and uses experience-based questions to measure petty bureaucratic corruption. The second (Mirror Survey) reports...
Although household surveys are a long established part of development practice, they are not a tool commonly used by justice reform practitioners. Household surveys can complement data collection techniques more familiar to justice practitioners (such as user surveys and sector assessments) by capturing the justice needs and issues of a broad cross-section of the population.
This guide aims...
This module may be attached to a household survey in order to assess perceptions on service delivery in the following areas:
1. PUBLIC SERVICE DELIVERY,
2. ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES,
4. LAW-MAKING ,
5. COMMUNE PLANNING AND BUDGETING.