In EUROSAI Magazine Issue 26, issued July 2022, IDI shared how it pivoted to provide up-scaled support to SAIs as the pandemic took hold.
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The role of SAIs makes them a natural ally to the values that make up the Open Government Partnership (OGP): transparency, citizen participation, inclusion, and accountability.
"...for women it’s still difficult to break the glass-ceiling, even when they are competent and experienced."
In September 2021, the INTOSAI Development Initiative (IDI) released the Global Supreme Audit Institution (SAI) Stocktaking Report 2020.
The IMF has encouraged countries to act promptly, while also increasing efforts to ensure transparency and accountability of public spending.
Gender equality is necessary for flourishing societies and growing economies, and its positive effect has been proven by research.
On December 10, 2021, the INTOSAI Development Initiative (IDI) launched a special Gender Annex to the Global Stocktaking Report 2020.
On November 25, 2021—the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women—the INTOSAI Development Initiative (IDI) released their video on gender equality.
The global COVID‑19 crisis has forced many supreme audit institutions to face how well – or how poorly – they are able to work in crisis mode.
The role of the INTOSAI Development Initiative (IDI) in strengthening the capacity and performance of supreme audit institutions in developing countries
The work of SAIs is ensuring effective public sector auditing matters, and it is increasingly recognized that strong and well-functioning SAIs can be key pillars in developing effective states, democratic development and trust in governments.
IDI is rolling out a new initiative—Crisis and Risk Management for SAI Performance (CRISP)
SAIs have a key role to play in addressing the deepening inequalities during such pandemics and in ensuring vulnerable segments of the population are not left behind.