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TAI Training: Capacity Building
Capacity Building Access to Justice Public Participation Access to Information Four Pillars
Capacity Building Enhances: 1) The government’s ability to provide access 2) The public’s ability to demand access 3) The environment for media and CSOs
Valuing Capacity Building Efforts are made to educate and train key members of society Creating an enabling environment for a free and independent media and CSOs Environmental institutions are given the funds and tools necessary to be effective The public is given the proper tools and education to participate in and improve projects, programs and policies
TAI Assessment Structure Constitutional Law 6 constitutional law indicators applied once per assessment + General Law 16 general law indicators applied once per assessment + Case Studies Access to Information: 27 indicators Public Participation: 31 indicators Access to Justice: 33 indicators Capacity Building: 12 capacity building indicators applied once per assessment
Poverty Case Studies Captures the concerns of the poor Poverty-sensitized indicators Provides insights into capacity building
Number of Case Studies Prescriptive Case Types at Researchers’ Discretion Total Minimum Cases Access to Information 4 4 8 Public Participation 3 3 6 Access to Justice 3 1 4 TOTALS 10 8 18
Capacity Building Indicators eate r c s w a l Do ng an enabli nt for e m n o r i v en CSOs? ree Is there f aid? legal e l e h t s e Do upport system s of the m o d e e r f press? s for w a l e h t Are media tions a z i n a g r o s and CSO equally ? enforced c Are publi s acher e t l o o h c s urces o s e r n e v gi s on acces rights?
Valuing Indicators: A 2 I 17. To what extent does the law require the government to offer the public technical assistance, guidance or training on how to access and use the selected information type?
Valuing Indicators: PP 74. To what extent does the agency that leads the selected decision-making process have staff explicitly responsible for public participation?
Valuing Indicators: A 2 J 127. How clearly and easily accessible are the public guidelines on how to use the forum?