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Evidence Informed Policymaking Programme - Malawi - March 2017 Report
This workshop successfully continued CPA UK’s work with Members of the Malawian National Assembly, hosting a delegation of young Members of Parliament to Westminster for a programme exploring evidence informed policymaking – a field growing quickly in Malawi and in the field of parliamentary and governance work. The delegation met with a wide range of stakeholders, including Members and Peers, external organisations, and the UK Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST) to acquire a detailed understanding of the role evidence can play in parliamentary practice and procedure. Key areas of discussion focused on: the availability of resources; the relationship between external organisations and Parliament; and effective committee inquiries. The programme also included a constituency visit to explore the relationship between Members of Parliament and those they represent.
Scrutiny Programme - Parliament of Namibia - Feb 2017 Report
In February 2017 CPA UK, in partnership with the Parliament of Namibia, delivered a programme that aimed to support effective parliamentary scrutiny.
The UK delegation delivered the programme for parliamentarians to explore the role of parliaments in conducting oversight of government at the national level and also met with a number of stakeholders during the programme.
A key objective of the visit was to introduce and discuss techniques and methods for conducting scrutiny, with the aim of increasing the technical capacity of parliamentarians. As such, the programme looked in detail at oversight through committee management; legislative scrutiny; and, in particular, scrutiny of practices and policies.
Parliamentary Practice Programme - Malawi - November 2016 Report
In November 2016 CPA UK delivered a workshop for young Members of the Malawian National Assembly. The programme engaged with a range of diverse topics: the responsibilities and practices of candidates during elections; barriers to youth engagement as candidates and as voters; structural and financial constraints to effective parliamentary practices in the National Assembly; community engagement; and media relations. In each of these areas, the key challenges were outlined and, where possible, innovative ideas and improvements were proposed and discussed.
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International Parliamentary Conference on National Security- Final Report
Closing report for the International Parliamentary Conference on National Security and Cybersecurity, held 27 - 31 March 2017 in Westminster.
Modern Slavery Africa Regional Workshop
Closing report on the Modern Slavery Africa Regional Workshop held in Entebbe, Uganda from 4-6 July 2017.
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Review of CPA UK's International Parliamentary Project on Sustainability, Energy and Development 2015-16
This is CPA UK's review and management response to the flagship International Parliamentary Project (IPP) on Sustainability, Energy and Development 2015-2016.
As part of CPA UK’s commitment to implementing its emerging monitoring and evaluation framework, developed in 2015, it has commissioned an external consultant to carry out a broad review of the flagship IPP. The IPP’s overall aim was to ‘empower Parliamentarians to ensure the development and achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); enhancing their status as key international stakeholders and provide them with a united, powerful voice at the national level’.