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The landscape of political voice is extraordinarily diverse and complex, with people everywhere grabbing opportunities to express their views in a multitude of ways to influence policy and decision-making processes. These infographics highlight some examples of voice and engagement that have particular resonance today.
How are people making their voices heard? Alina Rocha Menocal introduces a blog series and set of infographics on political voice and details a rapidly changing landscape where new and old forms of voice are both coming together for and competing for influence.
Closing our valuing progress blog series, curator Laura Rodriguez Takeuchi takes a look at the data on people's development priorities with a focus on our online poll and the Human Development Index, aruging that people's priorities may not always align with those of policy-makers.
Does the average person consider governance when they think about what would make the most difference to their wellbeing? In this blog for Foreign Policy, ODI researchers Alina Rocha Menocal, Gina Bergh and Laura Rodriguez Takeuchi explore the multi-dimensional nature of governance.
Continuing our financing progress blog series, Andy Wales of SABMiller looks at the role business can play in achieving meaningful alleviation of poverty. He describes a programme put in place to help small business develop and how it can help the owners overcome the barriers they face in escaping poverty.
How can truly inclusive participation challenge the power imbalances that limit the accountability of duty bearers? Thea Shahrokh, a research officer at the Institute of Development Studies shares findings from participatory research studies conducted across 29 countries.