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Context Matters: So what?

[Editor’s note: This is the fourth of a series edited by Elizabeth BrownAprille Knox, and Courtney Tolmie 

Four Things to Look for in Open Government in the Next Five Years

On April 9, the city of Austin, Texas held an Open Government Forum. R4D Managing Director Nathaniel Heller was asked to participate, and his remarks from the afternoon plenary session are transcribed below. Also see bottom for video from the speech.

What Is a Think Tank’s Endogenous Capacity and Why Does It Matter?

This post was originally published on On Think Tanks.

What Is the State of Research on Think Tanks and Context?

This post was originally published on On Think Tanks.

Introduction to the series on think tanks and context

This post was originally published on On Think Tanks.

To Defend Civic Space, Let's Get Serious About Cyberspace

This post originally appeared on the Open Government Partnership blog.

An early look at what’s in the Social Accountability Atlas

Even for social accountability (SAc) practitioners and experts, answering common questions about how SAc can improve service delivery is hard. Doing so without the benefit of knowing what different efforts are under way is almost impossible, and this information gap hampers learning and exchange. This gap also makes it difficult to reach out to other development practitioners, donors, and experts facing governance challenges in their day-to-day work.

Event Recap: Investing in Education Roundtable Discussion

This post originally appeared on the Center for Education Innovations blog.

Think Tanks and communications: the challenge of being reasonable, resourceful and proactive

This post originally appeared on Politics & Ideas and was authored by Senior Program Officer Shubha Jayaram and Senior Communications Associate Henna Mahmood.

CEI Shares Possibilities for Innovation at CIES 2015

This post originally appeared on the Center for Education Innovations blog.