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.
Who We Are
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.
Where We Work
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 80 countries.
20 Years of Experience
Over 80 Countries
More than 100 Happy Customers
Political institutions – parliaments and political parties – work in dynamic settings. This is only made more challenging when a country is facing conflict or political turmoil. These institutions need to have access to information and knowledge about how other parties and other parliaments have reformed and have benefited from this period of change. DIG’s purpose is to help provide this type of information for parliaments and political parties around the world.
This news analysis article discusses the challenges of running for election and keeping the job. The 2018 article interviews Kevin Deveaux, as a former MLA and expert in parliaments, to get a better understanding of […]
“Here’s what happens if no party wins a majority in the provincial election” by Jean Laroche discusses Canadian provincial elections with Kevin Deveaux. The article can be read on CBC’s website here. […]
Amid reports of Chinese interference in two of our federal elections, some critics are calling for a public inquiry. Kevin Deveaux, a lawyer and former member of the Nova Scotia legislature, has travelled the world […]
“Costly UNDP ‘lessons’ for Parliament” by Shamindra Ferdinando is a news article discussing Deveaux International Governance’s recent work with Sir Lanka. The author discusses the current state of the Sir Lankan government and the use […]
Kevin Deveaux was a panelist in September 2020 as part of a joint program by International IDEA and the Canadian Parliamentary Centre which focused on how foreign policy and development work will be shaped by […]
Kevin Deveaux was the first person in Nova Scotia to raise a concern that the House of Assembly was not sitting during the 2020 Pandemic. As other national and provincial parliament adjusted their work to […]
In February 2018 Kevin Deveaux, on behalf of DIG Consultants Inc., made a presentation to MPs and civil society at the launch of Transparency International Georgia’s Report – Strengthening Parliament Control in Georgia. Deveaux presented the […]
CBC Radio One Nova Scotia: Why a loophole makes it illegal for kids to operate ATVs in Nova Scotia
Deveaux comments on the rationale for the Off Highway Vehicle Act in Nova Scotia Read full article […]