Kevin Deveaux was part of a three-person panel on democracy promotion hosted by the Canadian House of Commons All-Party Group on Democracy and Carleton University’s Institute for Parliamentary and Diplomatic Initiatives (part of the Norm Patterson School). Deveaux brought his perspective on the role of MPs in engaging fellow MPs […]
In November 2014, Deveaux was interviewed by Jim Brown on CBC’s “The 180” about his recent work done in Tunisia, and how the events that took place there could positively effect other governments across the globe.
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In March of 2015, Deveaux went to Moldova as a consultant to a project with UNDP to help support the Parliament of Moldova. This support is part of the broader work of the Parliament, with support from UNDP, in establishing four offices outside of the capital, in Edinet, Orhei, Comrat […]
Between March and June 2015, DIG will be conducting an evaluation on the UNDP’s Anti-corruption Project funded by the Australian Department for Foreign Affairs and Trade and it s support for the Global Anti-corruption Initiative (GAIN). This evaluation will be looking at the objectives this programme seeks to accomplish, as […]