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.
As part of two-person team, DIG Consultants Inc. produced an Action Kit for UN Women on Gender-responsive Budgeting (GRB). The Kit was primarily focused on UN Women staff, but will be of value to all those promoting annual state budget processes that include broad gender analysis. […]
Kevin Deveaux was part of a tw-person team that conducted the final evaluation of the European Union’s support to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. Conducted virtually, the evaluation included a broad engagement of deputies, parliamentary staff, project staff and civil society. The review was conducted from June-October, 2021. […]
DIG Consultants Inc. was contracted by the Swiss Government to conduct a Scoping Mission on future support by the Swiss to the Parliament of Albania. On behalf of the firm, Kevin Deveaux was part of a team that took part in a mission to Tirana in October, 2022. Deveaux engaged […]
Deveaux International Governance Consultants Inc. was commissioned by UNDP Crisis Bureau and BPPS to conduct research on the drivers and impact of hate speech on political governance and the role parliaments can play in combating online violence and real-world hateful language. The final research paper provides a series of potential […]
The murder of a Member of Parliament, Sir David Amess, in the United Kingdom this past week was tragic. Sadly it is part of disturbing trend, coming five years after the murder of MP Jo Cox as she was leaving a meeting with constituents. Canadian politicians have, so far, avoided […]