Knowledge and Learning are at the core of the GPSA. We believe that knowledge about social accountability is a public good, and should be produced, owned and shared by engaged citizens, practitioners and governments.
Through our resources (working papers, think pieces and dissemination notes), our events (Forums, conferences, roundtables, brown bag lunches) and our online Knowledge Platform, we tackle relevant topics within the field of social accountability: How and why does it work? For whom? In what circumstances? And, how can it be replicated and scaled up?
Learning plays a critical role in the success of GPSA Grantee Projects. We believe that better learning leads to better results – and this is possible by critical and adaptive thinking and practice.