This week’s profiled resource is titled “Trust: The Fight to Win it Back” and comes to us from the Open Government Partnership. This publication has invited the world’s leading doers and thinkers to provide insights as to why trust in institutions has been declining, and how to get it back.
More about Trust: The Fight to Win it Back:
As societies progress people become increasingly knowledgeable about government activities, leading to higher expectations of government to perform. Trust levels follow these patterns in ups and downs.
But this time things are different. Low levels of trust reflect a sustained backlash against the political and economic order in different parts of the world. Hard-fought advances in human rights and the fight against poverty, as well as the fabric of democratic institutions, are under duress.
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