खुला बजेट सर्वेक्षण केन्द्रीय सरकारको सूचनाको पहुँचयोग्यता, राष्ट्रिय बजेट प्रक्रियामा जनसहभागिताको अवसर तथा संसद र लेखापरीक्षक जस्ता बजेट निगरानी निकायको भूमिका मापन गर्ने अन्तराष्ट्रिय रुपमा स्वीकार्य विश्वको एकमात्र स्वतन्त्र, तुलनात्मक र तथ्यपरक अनुसन्धान पद्धति हो ।
The Open Budget Survey (OBS) is the world’s only independent, comparative, and fact-based research instrument that uses internationally accepted criteria to assess public access to central government budget information.
Gender Content Monitoring Report of Provincial Media
Among total 1004 news stories scanned from the main pages of 21 province dailies, 25% showed named byline with 5% names of female and
remaining 95% names of male journalists in the quarter of July to September.
Informative pocketbook of local level planning process
The pocketbook “Planning, Budgeting and Implementation in Local Level” is a handy capsule with information about the planning, budgeting, implementation, monitoring and auditing process of local level.
The training manual specifically targeted as a Training of Trainers (ToT) for facilitators and practitioners to organize sessions on four major thematic areas: open data, budget transparency, citizen reporting and grievance reporting to promote civic participation in governance and accountability mechanism at local government level.
The booklet is a handy capsule with information about the concept, practice, and trends on openness in governance and parliament. It contains the issues of participation, collaboration and co-creation, inclusion and diversity, open data, accessibility, transparency and accountability that impact the overall functioning of democracy.
FF's latest newsletter with updates on incidents of violation of Freedom of Expression, Right to Information, Media Policy Reviews, Update on Impunity for crimes against journalists, Open data initiatives at Local and Federal Level, Gender inclusion in Nepali media, Open Government from July to September 2019.
Report on Media Mission comprises the discussion with the reporters and editors at various media from Butwal city where the right to information activists and human rights activists shared their views and experiences on ongoing challenges in the area.