The Experience of Parliamentary Engagement by MAMPU and Its Partners: Lessons learnt and openings for the future (2018)
This study was commissioned to conduct a stock-taking of how MAMPU and its partners have engaged with parliament, including how MAMPU’s distinctive approach has evolved, the lessons learnt and the priorities for the coming period. This exercise was preceded by a political economy analysis of the incentives that shape the behaviour of parliamentarians to help identify the openings for parliamentary engagement. A series of in-depth interviews with DPR and DPRD members and with MAMPU partners were conducted. The interview data was analysed in the context of the author’s expertise as a former parliamentary official, scholar and legislative development adviser.