We offer a comprehensive range of consultancy services, particularly for governments and related organisations implementing programmes of reform, democratisation and poverty reduction. We advise central, regional and local government, as well as parliaments, civil society organisations, the media and public-private partnerships.
Our consultants and associates are highly professional practitioners and academics who have expertise in a wide range of areas and international experience in designing and implementing consultancy projects and programmes.
We are familiar with all stages of the consultancy process – preparation, design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation – and with techniques for bringing best practice to our clients. We are very flexible and can manage large scale and long-term projects as well as short-term assignments. Our consultants have a wealth of experience of working with international agencies and development partners. Our ongoing and recently completed consultancy projects are:
Please view our project references to see details of our past and ongoing consultancy projects.
Support to Kosovo’s Policy and Strategic Planning. Advice provided to the Office of the Prime Minister, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Trade and Industry and the Ministry of European Integration on improving the quality of public policies and to contribute to effective Government decision-making that integrates Kosovo’s development goals with the European integration agenda. In partnership with CPM (Latvia), WYG International (UK), EuroPartners Development (Albania) and Sustainable Strategy and Development Consulting (Kosovo). Funded by the EC.
Methodological and training support to the Government of Georgia in the implementation of the Law on Civil Service. Services included development of the change readiness assessment, drafting change management plan, training civil servants in change management and providing the on-demand coaching. Implemented in partnership with GEC Development Corporation, Georgia. Funded by UNDP.
EC-financed “Justice Monitoring” project to strengthen capacity of the justice sector institutions in the Republic of Armenia in formulating and implementing evidence-based policy. The project is being implemented in a consortium with ELL Partnership and the Centre for European Constitutional Law.
Asian Development Bank
The British Council
The Canadian Parliamentary Project
The Commonwealth Secretariat
The European Commission
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