This week's research roundup has evidence on R2I requests in Uruguay and misinformation around the globe. Plus lots of case studies, and tools and how-tos for field exeriments and constructing empowerment indicators.
This is a blog about how the civic tech and accountability field measures its work and its impact. It’s based on a critical perspective, but tries to be more productive than conference snark. It’s an effort to highlight how much work is being done in silos across the academic-NGO divide, to de-mystify important methods and findings, and to call out research that is sloppy or unhelpful.