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Horizontal Accountability of the Executive to the Legislature in Africa: A Case Study of Kenya

"This paper assesses the legislative, representative, financial control and oversight roles played by parliaments in Africa, with Kenya as the main case study in a context of accountability. The regional focus includes all the countries of East Af…

Compendium of Case Studies on Non-State Actors in Management for Development Results (MfDR)

There are three ways to conceptualize power in society: the power of the government (the Prince), the power of the market (the Merchant), and the power of the people (the Citizen). Development history shows that the world has attempted to focus on …

Engaging with Parliaments: Advice to Civil Society

Practical strategies and hands-on tactics for CSOs seeking to influence policy-making in African parliaments. This paper examines how African civil society organisations have successfully influenced policy. Often, we complain that we lack the time,…

In but Out in Lesotho: Women's Representation Dilemma

This policy briefing, focusing specifically on the National Assembly of Lesotho, argues that patriarchy, electoral processes, stereotypical gender roles and other foundational barriers perpetuate the marginalisation of women in parliament. Thereaf…

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