Participatory Monitoring for Accountability in Viet Nam

Participatory Monitoring for Accountability in Viet Nam
Name:Participatory Monitoring for Accountability in Viet Nam


In 2012, the United Nations launched a global conversation on the Post-2015, Development Agenda, to listen to the voices of the people on the future that they want to see. 83 countries, including Viet Nam, were selected for national consultations. The Viet Nam country consultations focused on eight groups and culminated in a consultation workshop on the 20th of March 2013. These consultations engaged over 1300 Vietnamese people, and even more voted on the issues most important to them on the ‘My World’ website.

The second round of Post-2015 Global consultations focused on ‘Means of Implementation’ for the new global development framework. Viet Nam was one of ten countries to select the theme of “Participatory Monitoring, Existing and New Forms of Accountability”. This theme links with the overarching message of the first round of consultations which was the people’s aspiration to play an active role in decision- and policy-making processes. People-led monitoring for accountability can provide a means both of empowering people to articulate their priorities, while also taking greater decision-making control over their lives.

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