447 results found for "Environmental democracy"
After the two years of implementation, the Kenya Inclusive Political Parties (KIPP) programme has registered good buy in and goodwill from its partners. This has led to achievements in the promotion of persons with disability inclusion in Kenyan politics.
Addressing conflict-related violence against women and girls requires intersectional gender and conflict analysis to tackle harmful gender norms, patriarchal culture, and structural inequalities between women and men that predate conflict.
Three areas are important for the political process and public discourse around elections: election campaigns; electoral observation; and the information landscape.
Young people in Montenegro are disappointed and have lost trust in political parties, a new study commissioned by WFD shows. What is more, young people still show very little interest in the political scene in Montenegro.
WFD has been working with the parliament of Kenya to continue its journey to become more open and transparent.
Building the capability of oversight institutions such as parliamentary committees, an Office of the Auditor General, and civil society organisations is vital.
Supported by WFD's British Embassy funded-programme, the Committee on Economic Development conducted a post-legislative scrutiny (PLS) pilot to assess the effectiveness and the impact of COVID-19 emergency legislation and presented its findings to the government in a PLS report.
Early lessons from France and the UK on the roles of climate citizens’ assemblies and legislators to enhance climate action
Both experiences highlight the value of citizens’ assemblies in spurring greater and fairer climate ambition thanks to different representation, legitimacy and deliberation methods. They also provide early lessons on the decision-making process that follow.
This safeguarding policy sets out how WFD will manage and mitigate risks of sexual exploitation or abuse that arise in the course of our work and the implementation of our programmes.