2015

  • The long walk to justice: seeking fair resolutions for family problems in Yemen

    The long walk to justice: seeking fair resolutions for family problems in Yemen 27 January 2015

    Despite the abundance of sectarian violence, radical terrorism, dysfunctional politics and deepening humanitarian crises - life in Yemen goes on. Electricity and water is off for most of the time but the people have learnt to adapt to this. The fortunate, the one that can afford it, use power generators and install water tank on their roofs. Despite the sometime desperate local situation, children still go to school. The traffic in Sana’a and the other big cities is as jammed and smelly as ever and the markets are thriving ad bustling with buyers and sellers. Although the people are afraid and concerned about their security and about the future of the country, life carries on.

  • Onwards and upwards toward the International Year of Evaluation

    Onwards and upwards toward the International Year of Evaluation 19 December 2014

    2015 has been declared the International Year of Evaluation. This is good news for us. In this post I will try to quantify the work from HiiL’s Measuring & Evaluation team from over the past year. We measured justice in many different places around the world. From The Netherlands to Indonesia, we believe these figures are a great headway towards 2015, the International Year of Evaluation.