September 2018

2017 Annual Report

Counterpart has always been about bringing unlikely partners together. From our inception, when a priest and a movie star came together to make the world […]

September 2018

Observatory of disinformation and propaganda in Latin America

This study analyzed relational data of the communities associated with topics trending during May 2018 on Twitter Venezuela. For the study, data from 31 trending […]

August 2018

The Open Government Partnership & Counterpart International

The Open Government Partnership (OGP) is a global multi-stakeholder initiative that aims to secure concrete commitments from national governments to promote transparency, empower civil society, […]

August 2018

Empowering Youth in Peacebuilding

With over half the global population under 30, youth wield immense capacity to shape the future of their communities. At Counterpart International, our programs unlock this […]

July 2018

Measuring the Contribution of CLA to Organizational & Development Outcomes: What have we learned?

In 2016, USAID’s Bureau for Policy, Planning and Learning (PPL), together with the Bureau for Economic Growth, Education, and Environment’s localworks program,  launched a Learning Network focused […]

June 2017

2016 Annual Report

Counterpart International embarked on our 51st year with determination to expand our impact around the world. From empowering citizens to advocate for more transparency and […]

March 2017

Disability Inclusion Monitoring Report in Timor Leste

How accessible and inclusive are elections for people with disabilities in Timor-Leste?

November 2016

New Voices: The Engagement of Young Timorese in the Political Process

The “New Voices” research project investigated the political attitudes and opinions of new voters in Timor-Leste aged 17 – 20 years, in the lead-up to […]

June 2016

Ba Distrito – “Access to Justice” Brief

Assessment of two regional courts in Timor Leste for framing recommendations to advance court effectiveness in the country.

June 2016

Ba Distrito Baseline Assessment

Assessing citizens’ knowledge of, satisfaction with, and confidence in local government structures and services in Timor Leste.

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