Innocent Silver

Innocent Silver is a project coordinator at Kampala Capital City Authority. He possesses experience in managing diverse projects in NGOs.

Content by Innocent Silver
  • Publication - Policy Brief

    Representative outcomes through citizen consultative meetings: A study of Kampala, Uganda

    Deliberative processes are widely used across developed and developing countries. Despite this, there is limited evidence of their equitability and inclusiveness. The authors partnered with the Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) to examine the extent to which participatory approaches can really reflect the views of citizens. 188 small-scale consultative...

    13 Oct 2020 | Macartan Humphreys, Constantin Manuel Bosancianu, Ana Garcia-Hernandez, Innocent Silver

  • Project

    Developing Kampala’s citizen charter: Citizen deliberation and bureaucratic responsiveness in service provision

    In the past two or three decades, deliberative processes have found widespread use across both developed (Fung & Wright, 2003) and developing countries (Wong, 2012). Beyond an end in themselves, they represent both a strategy to ensure that the resource allocation process takes a wide array of needs and preferences into account. Despite their ubiquity, there is scant...

    4 Dec 2019 | Macartan Humphreys, Constantin Manuel Bosancianu, Ana Garcia-Hernandez, Innocent Silver