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Social Audit

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A social audit is a tool to evaluate programmes, schemes and activities, often used by government-run service delivery agencies. As a concept, ‘social audit’ was introduced in 1972 by Charles Medawar to promote corporate, governmental and professional accountability. The underlying principle of the social audit is that a decision-maker, in any democratic system, should be accountable ...

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