The Law & Development Partnership (LDP)
The Law & Development Partnership provides high level strategic advice and support to developing country governments and their donor partners across four core areas of expertise: justice and security; economic growth; governance; and trade and regional integration. We are committed to empowering people in the developing world to access justice, economic opportunities and good governance.
We specialise in policy development, strategic planning and the implementation of transformative change. We work with our clients to develop practical, value for money, locally owned solutions that deliver results. Our core team of lawyers, governance experts, economists and international development specialists are based in offices in London and Nairobi and are supported by our global network of associates.
Politically Smart and Locally Led Justice Programming: Learning from Other Sectors draws on discussions at a September 2014 workshop held by The Law & Development Partnership and Overseas Development Institute (ODI). The briefing paper has been published on the World Bank’s Just Development website and sets out tangible examples of what ‘working politically’ means in practice, as well as recommendations for funders and implementers undertaking politically informed programming in the justice sector.
Clare Manuel, LDP director, and Ian Mills, principal consultant, presented as part of ODI's roundtable on the 9th of September 2014,
Politically-smart locally-led justice programming: Learning from other sectors.
LDP is working closely with ODI to design and co-sponsor a series of six seminars to discuss key conceptual and practical issues related to security and justice programming.