Craig has an interest in security and justice provision conflict-affected regions of the world. His work is also concerned with how aid organisations can learn and adapt to the complex social environments they work in, with his recent research analysing the value of Theory of Change approaches.
Craig has a specific interest in how security and justice can be improved in countries emerging from violent conflict. His work to date has focused on security and justice sector reform, legal empowerment, and the role of both elites and local level 'informal' actors in shaping post-conflict transitions.
Craig has also conducted multi-country research on the use of Theory of Change approaches in international development. This work forms part of a broader interest in how aid organisations function: how they learn and adapt their role to changing local contexts.
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- 18 JulIdea that aid spent through DFID is not 'monitored' is preposterous. Whether you can measure it in line with gov strategy is diff question.
- 18 JulSo regardless of whether using aid in national interest is a good idea (as we see it now it probs isn't), unsurprising deps can't spend well
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