800 examples of Accountability in a sentence
You can call yourself responsible, but responsibility without
often doesn't work.
The teacher's salary depends on "No Child Left Behind" and "Race to the Top" and
and testing and all of this.
Or we can take the much more difficult path of transformation, transcendence, compassion and love, but also
Social justice and government
runs the first in what they demand.
Again, always very difficult to verify, but potentially, a huge layer of
But citizen journalism and this technology has inserted a new layer of
into our world, and I think that's a good thing.
What's happening today is that the power that was encased, held to accountability, held to the rule of law, within the institution of the nation state has now migrated in very large measure onto the global stage.
And where, at the nation state level that power is held to
subject to the rule of law, on the international stage it is not.
They understand what
and democracy is.
It's time for
to become the norm after gender violence.
Now we talk about the World Bank, IMF, and accountability, all that and the EU.
And most importantly, when you put big kids together with little kids, you get the big fat white guy out of the middle, which is cool, and you create this kind of
amongst peers, which is incredible.
And transparency, by itself, is not reducing the flow of money into politics, and arguably, it's not even producing
as well as it might if we took the next step of combining participation and collaboration with transparency to transform how we work.
It takes opening your arms, both, wide, and expecting very little love in return, but demanding accountability, and bringing the
to the table as well.
I say it's not, because for me, what it means, it doesn't mean abdicating power, responsibility, accountability, it's actually being a partner with power.
It's about sharing responsibility, sharing
This is a tremendous leap forward in transparency and
Governments today are opening up just as citizens are demanding voice and
From the Arab Spring to the Anna Hazare movement in India, using mobile phones and social media not just for political
but also for development
needs to be promoted through transparency and independent review by nongovernmental and international organizations as appropriate.
But I'm going to segue to another thing that relates, because one of my private campaigns I've been conducting for over three and a half years is for transparency and
around the bailout of CL Financial.
We have a situation where the basic safeguards of integrity and
and transparency have all been discarded.
Where you have an expenditure of public money and it is without
and it's without transparency, it will always be equal to corruption, whether you're in Russia or Nigeria or Alaska, it will always be equal to corruption, and that is what we are dealing with here.
A key plank is accountability, so teams use information radiators, these large boards in which everybody is accountable.
You know, we provide health services and people are always fussing at me about, you know, because I'm all into
and data and all of that good stuff, but we do health services, and I have to raise a lot of money.
Across the last few decades, we've tried to construct systems of
for all sorts of institutions and professionals and officials and so on that will make it easier for us to judge their trustworthiness.
And all over our public life, our institutional life, we find that problem, that the system of
that is meant to secure trustworthiness and evidence of trustworthiness is actually doing the opposite.
And it's just a simple truth that some of the people responsible for outrageous crimes, for stealing from you and me and millions of others, they are remaining faceless and they are escaping
and they're doing this with ease, and they're doing it using legal structures.
We can create a culture of transparency and
to the laws, and make governments more accountable to us, as we are to them.
We have to come up with responsible solutions that address the privacy issues and the safety,
issues but still give us that perspective.