Effective States and Inclusive Development

Amon Ashaba Mwiine

Role Amon Ashaba Mwiine is an Assistant Lecturer at Makerere University (Uganda). Research Amon is a researcher on ESID’s Gender and the political settlement project in Uganda. He is also engaged in doctoral research examining the role of men in parliament, which interrogates the legi

Md. Rezwanul Haque Masud

Role Md. Rezwanul Haque Masud is a Research Assistant at the BRAC Institute of Governance and Development (BIGD), BRAC University, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Research Rezwan is conducting research in Bangladesh for ESID’s research project on Gender and the Political Settlement. His wider rese

Jeanne d’Arc Kanakuze

Role Jeanne is an independent Rwandese consultant and has been working with local and international organisations on gender, conflict transformation and peacebuilding since 1995. Research Jeanne is conducting research in Rwanda for ESID’s research project on Gender and the Political S

Prof Jennie E. Burnet

Role Jennie E. Burnet is Associate Professor of Global Studies and Anthropology, and Associate Director of the Global Studies Institute at Georgia State University in the United States. For ESID, she is leading research in Rwanda on the Gender and the Political Settlement project. Res

Social Protection: The August 2014 issue of SANEM Thinking Aloud

4 August 2014. By Selim Raihan. ESID partner SANEM (South Asian Network on Economic Modeling) has just published the August, 2014 issue of its new monthly digest, Thinking Aloud, edited by SANEM’s Executive Director, Selim Raihan. This issue focuses on social protection.

Dr Deepta Chopra

Role Deepta Chopra is a Research Fellow at the Institute of Development Studies (IDS). She is involved with ESID on a research project examining the political determinants of MGNREGA’s implementation, leading the qualitative work on this project. Research Deepta is a social policy res

Women and constitutional reform: is a seat at the table enough?

12 June 2014. By Georgina Waylen. Georgina Waylen looks at the role women play in transitions to democracy and the end of conflict, describing the formal and informal ways in which women can and do engage in negotiations and political settlements. She points out these notable successe

Professor Sohela Nazneen

Role Sohela Nazneen is a Research Fellow in Gender and Sexuality at the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) (Sussex, UK), and formerly Professor of International Relations at University of Dhaka, and a Lead Researcher at the Center for Gender and Social Transformation (CGST) at BRA

Gender and the political settlement

Objective This research project aims to investigate the relationship between women’s [political] inclusion and their ability to deliver gender-inclusive development, shaped by the character and dynamics of political settlement as well as ideas and discourses on women’s political entit

Gendered politics of securing inclusive development

Working paper 13 Download pdf Sohela Nazneen and Simeen Mahmud Abstract Political settlement (PS) frameworks are gender blind. In this paper, we interrogate the nature of gendered political settlements through analyzing selected country cases studies of the gendered nature of politica