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Our innovative research and advisory work addresses how politics and power shape policies, how services are delivered, and how institutions work.

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Twenty years of UK governance programmes in Nigeria: achievements, challenges, lessons and implications for future support

The report shares findings of an unprecedented research into how the UK government partnered with four Northern Nigerian States and worked with government officials, parliaments, civil society and the media to reform how policies and budgets are prepared and implemented. The report puts forward 15 recommendations to governments, development agencies, civil society and other practitioners to improve governance and development programmes.
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  1. The impact of UK governance programming in Nigeria: Education Reforms in Kaduna State

    Working papers

  2. The impact of UK governance programming in Nigeria: budget reforms in Yobe State

    Working papers

  3. Protection and peace in conflict-affected contexts: understanding the intersections

    Working papers

  4. Twenty years of UK governance programmes in Nigeria: achievements, challenges, lessons and implications for future support

    Research reports

  5. Does better governance lead to improved health and education? Lessons from Nigeria

    Event

  6. Working politically in practice: lessons from Nigeria

    Event

  7. How does governance reform happen? Lessons from Nigeria

    Event

  8. Taliban narratives on Al Qaeda in Afghanistan

    Working papers

  9. Lessons Learned from PERL and Partners' Response to the COVID-19 Crisis

    Working papers

  10. Diaspora finance for development: from remittances to investment

    Research reports

  11. Regulating irregular actors: Can due diligence checks mitigate the risks of working with non-state and substate forces?

    Research reports

  12. Regulating irregular actors in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria

    Event

  13. Adaptive bureaucracies: an oxymoron? Four ways bureaucracies can break the mould

  14. Futile hostility: the UK’s migration and asylum approach must change

  15. What do we know about the subjective and intangible factors that shape migration decision-making?

    Working papers

  16. Understanding migrant decision-making: implications for policy

    Working papers

  17. LearnAdapt: a synthesis of our work on adaptive programming with DFID/FCDO (2017–2020)

    Briefing/policy papers

  18. Adaptive bureaucracies? Enabling adaptation in public bureaucracies

    Working papers

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