South African Social Audits

Our Toilets are Dirty (5min version)

This video documents the social audit conducted on the janitorial service for flush toilets in four sections of Khayelitsha, Cape Town.

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Our Toilets are Dirty (20min version)

This video documents the social audit conducted on the janitorial service for flush toilets in four sections of Khayelitsha, Cape Town.

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Fighting for Sanitation in South Africa's Schools: Social Audit for Social Justice

Equal Education is a movement of students, parents and teachers fighting for quality and equality in the South African education system, through analysis and activism. Student members are called "equalisers." In August 2013, equalisers in Tembisa, a township outside Johannesburg in Gauteng province, launched a campaign for dignified sanitation in schools.

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Indian Social Audits

Our Money, Our Accounts

Our Money, Our Accounts is the story of people's right to audit. It documents the fight against corruption in public and private spaces. Their mission is ethical governance and a war for equal wages...for all.

 


It's Our Money. Where's It Gone?

In Kenya, members of parliament receive approximately one million dollars per year to spend on development projects in their constituencies through a scheme called the Constituency Development Fund. The MPs are able to spend this money with no meaningful oversight, so the CDF has been plagued with mismanagement and corruption. This documentary presents the powerful story of a civil society organization, MUHURI, that helps a local community in a Mombasa slum investigate their local CDF and take on the challenge of holding them accountable. For more information, visit the International Budget Partnership at http://www.internationalbudget.org/