This brief profiles how five health bodies in different regions throughout the world support national decision-making on vaccines.
New case studies explore current migration perceptions and trends in the UK and Germany, along with key features of their policies.
Following a roundtable discussion hosted by ODI and the Westminster Foundation for Democracy in September 2019, this paper shares key insights on how to best address gender in conflict and fragile contexts.
ODI's GLAM project introduces a set of approaches and tools to support adaptive management for development and humanitarian programmes.
We explore Christian Aid Ireland’s approach to adaptive programme management in governance, gender, peace building and human rights.
Deepening understandings of the links between decentralised governance and corruption in Bangladesh and Nigeria.
GLAM is a four-year project funded by DFID and USAID to actively identify, operationalise and promote rigorous evidence-based approaches to adaptive management.
Every year, 1.25 million people are killed in traffic collisions worldwide. Our study looks at why it's not more of a political priority.
New ODI and TWP research discusses what works in practice when taking a politically smart approach to stabilisation and conflict-prevention.
We look at DFID's 'Economic Policy Incubator' programme in Nepal, a good example of doing PDIA in practice.
What does effective experimentalism look like?
This paper analyses the history of results agenda in DFID: how and why it emerged, and the influence of politics.
The 'antibiotic apocalypse' is not inevitable, if we're politically smart.
How do you achieve inclusive and sustainable economic growth?