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United Nations Democracy Fund supports new project in Malawi
United Nations Democracy Fund supports new project in Malawi logo
A new Progressio project in Malawi aims to prevent political intolerance and violence in the build up to the country's next elections in 2014, and to help ensure peaceful, transparent and non-violent political processes in Malawi long into the future.
Progressio,
14 December 2012
Poverty reduction goals: Let's listen to the people who know
Poverty reduction goals: Let's listen to the people who know logo
What do we mean when we talk about getting people’s voices heard in the places where decisions are made? We had a chance to do just this in November when the UK hosted a high-powered UN panel who’ve been asked to kick off the planning process for developing new poverty reduction goals. Progressio was lucky enough to get a last-minute invitation to the ses
TimAldred,
11 December 2012
Somaliland elections: Congratulations not without concerns
Somaliland elections: Congratulations not without concerns logo
Update 13 December 2012: A small presence of IEO members has remained in Hargeisa following the elections. Disputes around results are currently being investigated by authorities in Somaliland. The IEO team is awaiting more news about this process before making any further statements regarding the conduct and results of the election.
Progressio,
3 December 2012
Somaliland: We call on the President
Somaliland: We call on the President logo
Steve Kibble updates us on the situation in Somaliland as the elections draw near: Those eager to read how the current seven political associations and parties become three constitutional ones will have to curb their enthusiasm for the moment. 
Progressio,
23 November 2012
The new global development agenda must have grassroots participation
The new global development agenda must have grassroots participation logo
This week the High Level Panel (HLP) on the Post-2015 Development Agenda is meeting in London. Each of the Panel’s co-chairs will host a meeting discussing a particular theme, which will inform the Panel’s final report, to be published in May 2013.
LisMartin,
1 November 2012
Timor-Leste: The village with a woman chief
Timor-Leste: The village with a woman chief logo
Lacoliu village (or ‘suco’, as it’s called in Tetum) is unique – because as long as anyone here can remember it has had a female village chief. Women just happen to have been elected here because they have been the best candidates with good policies. Other villagers have seen the good that the women in their community do and trust them to make good de
Lucyj,
12 October 2012
Thinking local in Haiti
Thinking local in Haiti logo
New report highlights the importance of devolving decisions to local level in Haiti A new report published by Progressio, in partnership with CAFOD, International HIV-AIDS Alliance, SCIAF and Tearfund, calls for the international community to encourage increased decision-making at local level (or “decentralisation”) in Haiti. Haitian civil society voice
Press Release,
4 October 2012
Timor-Leste: How Progressio achieves real change
Timor-Leste: How Progressio achieves real change logo
My second week in Timor-Leste has been spent visiting more incredible Progressio partners and seeing other Development Workers (DW) in action, writes Progressio's media officer Lucy Jenkinson.
Progressio,
14 September 2012
Timor-Leste: The fighting spirit of Timorese women
Timor-Leste: The fighting spirit of Timorese women logo
Progressio's media officer Lucy Jenkinson writes: A week before my arrival in Timor Leste, Ban-ki Moon and Gordon Brown were here to formally announce the withdrawal of the UN from this millennium's first new country - more than 10 years after the UN arrived in the wake of the Indonesian army's reluctant retreat following a bloody war of inde
Progressio,
12 September 2012
Somaliland: Local elections will be tough test for democracy
Somaliland: Local elections will be tough test for democracy logo
Somaliland will need to overcome several obstacles if it is to successfully hold local elections this year, according to a new report from Progressio. The report, Preparing for local elections in Somalila
Progressio,
31 August 2012