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Qualitative and quantitative approaches to rule of law research

The International Network to Promote the Rule Of Law (INPROL) has released an innovative practitioner's guide on Qualitative and quantitative approaches to rule of law research.

The guide recognises that strong research is fundamental for rule of law interventions; however designing and carrying out a research project can be a complex and overwhelming task. It has been written by Kristina Simion, INPROL's rule of law research forum facilitator.

This publication aims to assist rule of...

Making the most of International Pro Bono Assistance

This handbook is an essential guide for all those involved in the planning, delivery or receipt of international pro bono services.

The why, what and how of monitoring and evaluation: Guidance for providers of international pro bono legal assistance

This guidance note by LASER aims to demystify some of the concepts around monitoring and evaluation (M&E). It also offers international pro bono poviders tools to improve their understanding of how change comes about and maximise their impact.

International pro bono: What do we know about what works?

This short briefing paper brings together key lessons from the evidence on what works in international development Rule of Law (RoL) interventions, and from the pro bono assignments supported by ROLE UK. Its aim is to support more effective capacity building and technical assistance work in developing countries by UK government and pro bono legal and judicial experts.

ROLE UK: Value for Money

This paper outlines the methods that ROLE UK uses for testing the extent to which it represents ‘value for money’.

It proposes new measures that ROLE could consider introducing to strengthen its evidence base.

It also provides an analysis of ROLE UK’s value for money to date.

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