Part of the bigger website educating about taxes and public budgets – a visualization showing planned budget of Serbia for year 2014.
It also offers unique tool to compare budget across years:Project website
Group of activists and journalists that engages with both citizens and institutions in an effort for higher institutional and public officials’ accountability in Serbia through monitoring and oversight of their work.
Onorata Instanta (“Your honor!”) is a website presenting performance of the justice system in Romania.
Platform presenting openness of St. Petersburg municipalities.
2030-Watch monitors the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Germany. The SDGs were set by the United Nations in September 2015 to be implemented by 2030. All members of the United Nations have committed to realizing these 17 goals and 169 targets. The goals include the eradication of poverty and inequality between and within countries as well as action against climate change. 2030-Watch primarily uses data from the OECD, the World Bank and other international organizations. The project will also propose indicators for goals which are hard to operationalize, such as fair trade relations. The launch of the 2030-Watch website is planned for the end of October 2015. The project budget for 2015 is 55.620 Euro. 73% of the budget is funded by the German ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development. The other funders are Welthungerhilfe (9%), Brot für die Welt/EED (9%) and Terre des Hommes (7%). The remaining funds are private donations (below 1%).