DIG Consultants is a world leader in developing and implementing support to parliaments globally. Focusing on all aspects of support, including citizen engagement, rules drafting, women’s political empowerment and support to committees
Political Party Assistance
In such a highly political field, DIG Consultants can provide timely, non-partisan advice that results in programming that builds political parties that are programmatic and responsive.
Conflict and Political Reform
With years of experience working in Kosovo, Iraq, Libya, Myanmar and beyond, DIG Consultants has a wealth of knowledge in designing and implementing political reforms in conflict and post-conflict countries.
Politically Informed Advice
DIG strives to provide advice to parliamentarians and political actors that is based on more than 20 years experience working in politics.
DIG has designed, implemented and evaluated political governance projects in more than 30 countries.
DIG has worked directly with parliamentarians from more than 110 countries and with more than 50 parliaments.
The decision of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom to revoke the decision of Prime Minister Boris Johnson to request the prorogation of the Parliament has a very direct impact on that country’s struggle to deal with the Brexit referendum results from June of 2016. But it will also […]
DIG has been contracted by Canadian Leaders in International Consulting (CLIC) and Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton to monitor a Global Affairs Canada project in Iraq focused on decentralization and implementing fiscal responsibility in the new federal state. The work will run from June 2019 to September 2020.
DIG was contracted by DAI and USAID to work with the Research Division of the Parliament of Malaysia. After the 2018 election of a new government, there has been keen interest in promoting a more robust Parliament. Kevin Deveaux conducted a two-day workshop with staff of the Research […]
Rt. Honourable John Bercow, Speaker of the House of Commons in the United Kingdom has stepped into the middle of the Brexit debate with an 11th hour decision from the chair. Citing Erskine May – the bible for Westminster-style parliamentary democracy procedure – the Speaker stated that the same question cannot […]
Kevin Deveaux was the Team Leader in a mid-term evaluation of the only joint project being implemented by UNODC and UNDP. Based in Suva, Fiji, the project works to build anti-corruption systems in the Pacific Island Countries. The project has achieved good results and is a good example of joint […]