This report presents the evaluation of global core support by Sida to the International Legal Assistance Consortium, with the purposeof generating learning and accountability, supporting Sida’s decision making on new support, and providing input for ILAC in theelaboration of a new Strategic Plan. ILAC’s work is relevant to Sida’s various policies. ILAC has added value depending on the countryand context in which it operates. While gender issues are well-addressed, conflict and human rights approaches are insufficientlydeveloped. Its assessments are relevant instruments to help different stakeholders make progress in the rule of law, identify needs,and plan forward. ILAC’s visibility and engagement are insufficient to create a constant and diverse demand for its assessments,increase its influence and attract donors. Core funding should contribute to ILAC’s new Strategic Plan and ILAC should continue towork on defining its niche and positioning. ILAC will also benefit from bringing non-legal expertise to its assessments increasingrelevance to different stakeholders, including donors. In doing so, it needs to develop partnerships with relevant partner organisations.
Publicerad på webbplatsen: 2021-04-28
Publikationstyp: Utvärdering – Sida Decentralised Evaluation
Författare: Jups Kluyskens, Abigail Hansen