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 the 2020 Pandemic. The panel discussion cabe found here: https://parlcent.org/event-september-17th-defending-democracy-in-a-global-pandemic-options-for-canadian-foreign-and-development-policy-makers/
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 public health mandates and continued to conduct their important functions, the NS House was the […]
During these challenging times, like all other businesses, Deveaux International Governance Consultants has had to make adjustments to how we work. This is particularly challenging for those that work in international development, given travel restrictions. But DIG is still open for business and has adapted out work. We are equipped […]
Kevin Deveaux was selected as the international consultant to conduct a mid-term review of the UNDP Effective Governance Programme. Working with a national consultant, he worked remotely, due to Covid-19 Pandemic, to produce a report with lessons learned and recommendations for adjustments to the programme.
DIG was contracted by Abt Consultants (Australia) to conduct a review of Australian Government funding to the National Research Institute (NRI) of Papua New Guinea. The review was conducted remotely due to the Covid-19 Pandemic in May 2020 with support from local consultants. The report looked at several issues related […]