POSTPONED: Implementer Dialogue: Political Economy Analysis
Please note that this event and all KPSRL scheduled in-person meetings and gatherings are now postponed until a later date. We will follow up with interested parties, in the event that meetings will be replaced by an online/webinar event. Please see our updates on COVID-19 policy in the News section of our website.
This implementer Dialogue, organized in collaboration with IDLO, aims to convene development practitioners, implementers, policy and decision makers in order to disseminate expert knowledge and practical experience on adaptive programming, with a specific focus on engaging with the PEA as an analytical tool to forumlate high-impact and high quality security and rule of law programming.
The following questions will be addressed:
1. With what purpose and at what stage should we conduct the PEA for security and rule of law interventions?
2. What are the advantages and the challenges of conducting the PEA for security and rule of law interventions?
3. How can we ensure that the PEA is properly built into program design and implementation, and where relevant, in agreement with partners and donors?
4. How can we ensure that PEAs are undertaken at regular intervals and as an iterative process? How can we avoid the PEA being a one-off exercise?
5. How do we ensure that the PEA remains relevant in the environment of constant political change - and therefore also how do we ensure that programs remain relevant?
To ensure an open and pragmatic exchange, the dialogue will be held under Chatham House Rule, among a targeted limited group of relevant organizations, with existing or emerging linkages among respective portfolios of work.
For the full agenda, please download the full concept note here.