Thinking and Working Politically
3rd December 2020
The hard truth about supporting local leadership: three dilemmas for those who want to
31st March 2020
Using consultation to build local leadership and work politically – the case of the Myanmar Investment Law
21st October 2019
Leadership Through The Looking Glass: Why Understanding What Leadership Means in Different Contexts Matters
27th September 2019
Let Local Leaders Lead: Why Donors Should Create More Space for Local Leadership
13th February 2018
How can a gendered understanding of power and politics make development work more effective?
27th July 2017
Oil reform in Nigeria: The ups and downs of channel-hopping programme delivery
22nd February 2017
From functional governance to sustainable peace: Making the space to reflect, learn and adapt
2nd December 2016
'Sticky' change: What international development can learn from adaptive management
29th August 2016
Fragmentation of the Thinking and Working Politically agenda: Should we worry?
13th April 2016
The practicalities of change: Positive deviance and land reform in Vanuatu
29th January 2016
How does politically informed programming shape development outcomes?
25th June 2015
The curious case of Indian autocracy and what it tells us about 'thinking and working politically'
24th June 2015
Development cooperation and fighting corruption: thinking differently
12th June 2015
Resources and reflections on gender and thinking and working politically
9th June 2014
Do donors have realistic expectations of their staff when it comes to 'thinking and working politically'?
February 2018 – February 2018
Gender and Politics in Practice
Helen Derbyshire, Sam Gibson, David Hudson, Chris Roche, John Cox, Orlanda Siow, Alice Evans, Mark Koenig, Erman Rahman, Bryony Lau, Bambang Ertanto Cahyo Dewa, Debra Ladner, Ceridwen Spark, Jack Corbett