We are happy to announce that our December EthnoBorrel will be hosted by the Netherlands Court of Audit (Algemene Rekenkamer).
The NCA checks whether the Dutch central government spends public funds economically, efficiently and effectively. In other words, the NCA is the friend of the taxpayer, because they follow the money and check if the public money is spent wisely and if the citizens get value for money. NCA plays an important role in our democratic system.
Yet, to stay relevant just writing a thorough report won’t do the trick anymore. We have to change to stay the same, Willem de Kooning once said. Working human-centred in our audits is a change in which we want to invest. We would like to share our experiments and thoughts with you on December 10th at Lange Voorhout 8 in The Hague.
- 17.30 Opening doors
- 18.00 Welcome by Erin and Diny
- 18.10 Design Audit Studio by Linda Meijer
- 18.30 Design-led approaches to audit revolving funds by Diny van Est
- 18.50 Observation as a method in audits by Djoeke Ardon
- 19.05 Questions
- 19.15 Break with some snacks
- 19.30 Let’s start human-centred auditing by Diny van Est and Wiesje Korf
- 20.15 Borrel
- 21.00 Locked up by security