Browse by Theme: Inclusive Governance

On 4 December 2018 CARE International and British Council convened a workshop in Nairobi with the title “Doing Development Differently in the Global South” to consider how the Doing Development Differently (DDD) global community can better incorporate Southern voices, and how the principles of DDD – its approach to development practice and its aspiration to deliver better results – can be best actioned in the South. The workshop built upon several ongoing discussions across INGOs and the broader development community: primarily, what it would take to realise DDD when working with civil society; additionally, whether DDD and related agendas like Thinking and Working Politically have sufficiently incorporated Southern voices and may even need to be decolonised.

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This learning brief is developed to document and share key learnings of the 5-year programme, Every Voice Counts (EVC), which aims to contribute to effective and inclusive governance processes in fragile settings. 

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This publication provides a literature review and policy brief on the political participation and influence of marginalized women in fragile and conflict affected states (FCAS). 

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On 4 December 2018 CARE International and the British Council convened a workshop in Nairobi with the title “Doing Development Differently in the Global South” to consider how the Doing Development Differently global community can better incorporate Southern voices, and how the principles of DDD – its approach to development practice and its aspiration to deliver better results – can be best actioned in the South.

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This report offers an overview of existing evidence and lessons from the literature on women’s political participation and influence in fragile and conflict affected settings.

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Co-authored by Rebecca Haines, CARE Senior Governance Advisor; Tam O’Neil, CARE Senior Gender Advisor; and Emily Brown, Oxfam Gender and Governance Adviser.

For many development professionals, political economy has become the gold standard of foundational analysis for programming. It helps us to understand how power and resources are distributed in a society or sector and is important for ensuring our programmes and campaigns avoid cookie-cutter technical solutions and are designed for real world impact.

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The purpose of this guidance document is to provide direction for integrating inclusive governance in international development programming work.

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