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What we do

Parliamentary Development

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.

DIG Consultants

DIG has worked directly with parliamentarians from more than 110 countries and with more than 50 parliaments.

Below is some of our recent work.

UNODC & UNDP Joint Project Evaluation

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 […]

Peer Review of Serbian Parliament Project

DIG was engaged by the Swiss Agency for Development Cooperation to lead a team in a peer review of their project with the National Assembly of Serbia and local assemblies. The Peer Review included a strategic assessment of the work during this current political context in Serbia. […]

Bougainville 2nd Autonomy Review

Kevin Deveaux was the Team Leader for the Second Autonomy Review of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea. As part of the peace agreement in 2001 that ended the conflict in Bougainville, the constitutionally-mandated autonomy of Bougainville was to be reviewed every five years. This was the second such review and the […]

Why Parliament’s Right to Gather Evidence Overrides Solicitor-Client Privilege

 

With the recent SNC-Lavalin matter, much has been undisclosed as a result of the concept of solicitor-client privilege. The former Attorney-General, the Hon. Jody Wilson-Raybould, has not been able to speak freely about her perspective in the matter due to her being the chief lawyer for the Government, which has, […]

Fiji Justice Committee Support

In April 2018, Deveaux worked with the Parliament of Fiji as a technical consultant to the Justice, Law, and Human Rights Committee. As the Parliament considers new Bills, Deveaux worked with the committee staff members to compare and analyze how other countries have addressed similar issues being considered […]