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Do digital information and communications technologies increase the voice and influence of women and girls?
Research reports and studies | April 2015 | Clare Cummings and Tam O’Neil
Part of two-year Learning and Evidence Project on Women’s Voice and Leadership in Decision-Making, this rapid evidence review looks at interventions that aim to build women and girls’ voice and influence through their use of digital information and communication...Download
Research reports and studies | April 2015 | Tam O’Neil and Georgia Plank, with Pilar Domingo
Part of a two-year Learning and Evidence Project on Women Voice and Leadership in Decision-Making, this rapid evidence reviews looks at interventions that aim to build women and/or girls’ leadership.Download
Research reports and studies | April 2015 | Francesca Bastagli and Luke Harman
Index-based trigger mechanisms are an innovative instrument used to help ensure timely and adequate social protection response in the event of a shock. This report identifies the potential advantages and limitations of the inclusion of index-based triggers in social...Download
Do organisational and political models for development cooperation matter for development effectiveness?
Working and discussion papers | April 2015 | Raphaelle Faure, Cathal Long, Annalisa Prizzon
This paper sets out to investigate the relationship between different institutional and political models for development cooperation and aid quantity and quality indicators.Download
Working and discussion papers | April 2015 | Christina Bennett
This report identifies the numerous conceptual, architectural and political divides that prevent effective linkages between humanitarian and development aid.Download