Development Policy

  • Development Advocate Pakistan: Volume 2, Issue 1Development Advocate Pakistan: Volume 2, Issue 1Apr 14, 2015These days, Pakistan has a reason to celebrate. It is the fifth anniversary of its 18th constitutional amendment. But is it just an amendment or a constitutional revolution? Only two years after the end of military rule the country deconstructed its state order and reinvented provincial autonomy under a federal roof. With the 18th amendment, Pakistan has given itself in April 2010, a contemporary, democratic and federal state order, which allows the country to build decentralized and local government structures. Now, five years after the amendment, it is possible to hold democratic elections at the federal, provincial and local levels and provides an unprecedented opportunity for Pakistan to consolidate its democracy after the centrist regime.

  • Development Advocate, Volume 1, Issue 4Development Advocate, Volume 1, Issue 4Dec 16, 2014Electoral Reforms in Pakistan: Perspectives and Opportunities

  • Development Advocate Pakistan: Volume 1, Issue 3Development Advocate Pakistan: Volume 1, Issue 3Oct 23, 2014The Political Economy of the Budget

  • Development Advocate Pakistan: Volume 1 Issue 2Development Advocate Pakistan: Volume 1 Issue 2Jun 25, 2014Making Education Work: The Governance Conundrum

  • Development Advocate Pakistan: Volume 1, Issue 1Development Advocate Pakistan: Volume 1, Issue 1Jan 29, 2014A New Way Forward for Local Governance in Pakistan?

OUR WORK - Development Policy

We are aiming to strengthen policy work on development issues in Pakistan. Our Development policies are designed after thorough policy research and provide evidence based policy advice to the national counterparts and facilitate solutions exchange and dialogues, including campaigns on key development challenges. This will also include support on MDGs and the post 2015 development agenda.

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