Working Paper: Communicating with Communities and Accountability

Organisation: CDAC Network | Oct 2014 Author:
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This short paper explores what is understood by ‘communicating with communities’ (CwC) as an approach, and considers its relationship with accountability. Many CDAC Network Members were engaged in the development of this paper (as interviewee, peer reviewer or in follow-up discussions), alongside key initiatives and stakeholders external to the CDAC Network, including HAP, CDA and SCHR. The paper highlights the synergies and differences between the two concepts and proposing next steps for how the two concepts can co-exist to benefit and strengthen humanitarian action.

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