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An Analysis of the Use of Social Media in Indonesia and a Social Media Use Needs Assessment for At-Risk Groups

Search for Common Ground Indonesia has recently completed research on social media use and a needs assessment among at risk groups in Indonesia. The research is a component of its 24-month long project aimed at reducing the influence of violent extremist narratives...

Shiva K Dhungana & Nandita Palrecha

Blog, Case Studies

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 01/14/2019

Freedom in the World 2018: Democracy in Crisis

"Political rights and civil liberties around the world deteriorated to their lowest point in more than a decade in 2017, extending a period characterized by emboldened autocrats, beleaguered democracies, and the United States’ withdrawal from its leadership role in the global struggle...

Michael J. Abramowitz, Freedom House

Analysis, Blog

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 12/06/2018

The Democracy Project: Reversing a Crisis of Confidence (2018)

"Democracy is facing its most significant challenge of recent years. Worldwide, the uneven distribution of economic progress and unrelenting pace of change have tested the capacity of democratic institutions and their leaders to deliver. At the same time, authoritarian regimes and populist...

Freedom House, George W. Bush Institute, & Penn Biden Center

Analysis, Evaluation Reports

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 12/05/2018

The Rise of Digital Authoritarianism (2018)

Governments around the world are tightening control over citizens’ data and using claims of “fake news” to suppress dissent, eroding trust in the internet as well as the foundations of democracy. "Disinformation and propaganda disseminated online have poisoned the public sphere. The...

Adrian Shahbaz, Freedom House

Analysis, Blog

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 12/05/2018

Midterm Evaluation: African Center for Justice program in Burundi, DRC, Republic of Congo, & Rwanda (2015)

In October 2015, American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative (ABA ROLI) conducted an internal midterm evaluation of the African Center for Justice (ACJ) program. ACJ is a regional judicial development program implemented by ABA ROLI and funded by the U.S. Department...

Dr. Catherine Lena Kelly, American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative

Evaluation Reports

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 12/03/2018

Justice and Security Diagnostic ‐ Bangui, Central African Republic (2017)

This report presents the results of a detailed diagnostic study of public perceptions of the justice and security sectors in the Central African Republic (CAR) conducted in fall 2016. Published in 2017. Based on interviews with 2,650 adult residents of the city of...

Patrick Vinck, Phuong N. Pham, Catherine L. Kelly, & Timothy P. Meyer, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative & American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative

Case Studies, Evaluation Reports

ADVANCED, INTERMEDIATE

Created 12/03/2018

Annual Report 2017: American Bar Association Rule of Law

ABA ROLI MISSION: Our mission is to promote justice, economic opportunity and human dignity through the rule of law. ABA ROLI PRINCIPLES: Partnership - We employ a highly consultative approach to the delivery of independent, professional technical assistance, working with justice sector...

American Bar Association Rule of Law

Uncategorized

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 12/02/2018

When People Flee: Rule of Law and Forced Migration

This paper explores the complex relationship between the rule of law and forced migration. It highlights the ways in which rule of law development can strengthen—and potentially transform—the response to the global displacement crisis. The paper focuses on the people who are...

Paula Rudnicka & Elizabeth Ferris, American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative

Analysis, Case Studies

ADVANCED, INTERMEDIATE

Created 12/01/2018

Search for Common Ground’s Evaluations and Reports: October – November 2018

The following post highlights a collection of Search for Common Ground‘s evaluations and reports. To access the full evaluations and reports, please click on the titles of the resource. Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Final Evaluation: Conflict management and prevention in Tanganyika and...

Jennifer Howell

Blog, Evaluation Reports

ADVANCED, INTERMEDIATE

Created 11/14/2018

Final Evaluation: Samy Gasy – Promouvoir la bonne gouvernance à travers une redevabilité accrue (January 2018)

Le projet « Samy Gasy : Promouvoir la bonne gouvernance à travers une redevabilité accrue », mené à Madagascar, est un programme de renforcement de capacité mis en œuvre par Search for Common Ground (SRCG/Search), financé par l’Ambassade des États-Unis d’Amérique, et...

Ralambo Tiana & Search for Common Ground

Evaluation Reports

ADVANCED, INTERMEDIATE

Created 11/14/2018

Final Evaluation: Standing Together for free, fair and Peaceful Elections in Sierra Leone (September 2018)

The project Standing Together for Free, Fair and Peaceful Elections in Sierra Leone was funded by the UK Aid through the Department for International Development (DFID) – Sierra Leone, and implemented between December 2016 and July 2018. The overall goal of the project was to...

Dr Gassan Abess, Dr. Joseph Marcarthy & Andrew Konneh

Evaluation Reports

ADVANCED, INTERMEDIATE

Created 11/14/2018

Final Evaluation: New Life, New Hope: A Social Reintegration Program in the Sahel-Maghreb Region (September 2018)

The two-year project New Life, New Hope: A Social Reintegration Program in the Sahel-Maghreb Region in Niger, Mali and Morocco was funded by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL). The project sought to improve the reintegration of...

Search for Common Ground & New Life, New Hope & Forcier

Evaluation Reports

ADVANCED, INTERMEDIATE

Created 11/14/2018