Building effective and inclusive institutions

In line with the UN Global Goals, our research aims to build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels, with transparent and representative institutions globally.

In order to reduce the gulf of poverty and inequality, developing an understanding of the institutions that embed and promote human rights, good governance and social justice is crucial, as is identifying the ways in which these positive values and infrastructure can be strengthened.

From education to medical provision, our research enables us to disseminate good research practice across networks, training and developing leaders and developing infrastructure that sustainably increases capacity and productivity at a local level.

We also consider the theory and practical implication of developing effective and inclusive institutions globally, addressing the implications of the 'internationalisation' of local institutions and policy processes to create a locally responsive politics, capable of maintaining sovereignty, fostering meaningful local participation to underpin peace and prosperity.

We aim to develop and empower research leaders within these countries, in order to strengthen national institutions and build capacity at all levels.

Projects available under this theme

Applications for 2018 entry are now closed. Projects for 2019 entry will be announced in January 2019.