About

This blog is a frank and fearless forum for all things ‘governance’. It is a place for practioners and theorists to share experiences and debate the complex and murky world that is ‘governance’ and development.

The blog primarily includes reflections from me: based on conferences I have attended, papers I have read, projects I am working on or topical issues. My team will also contribute their thoughts, as will guest bloggers (including, dare we say it, non-governance wonks…).

While we may call ourselves a ‘soapbox’, all conversations on this blog begin with the assumption that no one person or organization has all the answers to: ‘what is ‘effective’ governance, and how do we do it better’? …If we had, well, we would all be out of a job! As such, it is crucial that our readers (i.e. you) get involved and contribute your own ideas and suggestions. In particular, we want to hear from those at the coal-face of development. Tell us where we’re wrong, why and how to improve.

Lead Blogger

Graham Teskey, Principle Technical Lead Governance, Abt Associates

Contributing Blogger

 Lavinia Tyrrel, Senior Policy Adviser – Governance, Abt Associates

This blog is a frank and fearless forum for all things ‘governance’. It is a place for practioners and theorists to share experiences and debate the complex and murky world that is ‘governance’ and development. It does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of Abt Associates.

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