IDS staff or research student

Katia Taela -

Power and Popular Politics
E: k.taela@ids.ac.uk

The Unequal Voices project - Vozes Desiguais in Portuguese - examines the politics of accountability in health systems in Brazil and Mozambique, exploring how accountability can be used to deliver better health services for citizens everywhere.

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IDS is the external monitoring, evaluation and learning partner for Diálogo, a programme which aims to contribute to improved governance and accountability for Mozambican citizens.

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An empowerment and accountability programme aimed at improving the quality of health and education services in Mozambique.

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Civil Society from the BRICS: Emerging Roles in the New International Development Landscape

IDS Evidence Report 173 (2016)

There is a burgeoning literature on the (re)emergence of the BRICS countries – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – as significant actors in international development. To date, however, most attention has focused on the government-to-government relations established through state-led South–South Development Cooperation (SSDC) and the BRICS’ engagements in multilateral processes. More details

Related Programmes and Centres:
Action for Empowerment and Accountability.

Geographic Expertise:
Brazil; Mozambique.