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The Transparency Review examines the availability, accessibility and timeliness of information shared on organisations' websites.

Transparency Review 2015

Cohort Report

Bond

Michael O'Donnell, Sarah Johns

Sunday, November 1, 2015

The Bond and NIDOS Transparency Review helps organisations learn how transparent and open they are through the lens of the outsider looking in, and provides practical recommendations on how to increase their openness. It does this by examining a key channel for information sharing: organisations' websites.

This report covers the 2015 round of the Transparency Review, which involved 48 UK-based NGOs working in international development. It uses indicators developed from good practice guidelines and similar NGO transparency and accountability reviews in Europe and the US.

Indicators cover four areas of practice:

  1. Transparency policy
  2. Organisational information
  3. Governance and finance
  4. Activities and results

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Resource type: report
Cover of the Transparency Review 2015 report

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