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GINI is hold a Policy Advocacy Workshop - "Institutionalizing Right to Information in Punjab Schools Education Department for Improving Transparency and Accountability" in Faisalabad on 3 Feb, 2016 - under a grant supported by USAID by Citizens' Voice Project

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Under cooperation with USIP & GINI on Mis-governance Radicalization Nexus in Pakistan, a Research Study is conducted in KPK Province, PATA & FATA areas.

The Final Research Report is linked here

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GINI has held a series of Workshops / Stakeholders Dialogues on Framework for Economic Growth of Pakistan
in selected Public/Private Universities in Pakistan during July-Dec, 2011. The project aims to support the Planning Commission of Pakistan with assistance of DFID-Pakistan.

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Workshop on Collaborative Research on South Asia Tax Systems
on 8-9 August, 2010 in Singapore

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Pakistan-Norway Forum, 1st Annual International Conference 2009, held on 13-15 Dec, 2009 in Islamabad.

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GEN's 1st Activating Workshop, held on 12-13 May, 2009 in Islamabad

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    GINI is a multi discipline Research Organization which stimulates analyze, catalyze discussion, create awareness and inspire action amongst the change agents in processes of politically owned institutional revival that address the governance crisis. Internet resources are utilized to disseminate findings and other critical information that can assist in governance reforms.


   GINI is dedicated to curb corruption from public institutions as well as in civil society through research of exploring root causes of corruption from them. To see society as a transparent governance system through strengthening institutions and measures taken on ground so that tangible improvements are made in the lives of people by accepting challenges of globalization.

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Governance Education Network (GEN)

Governance Education Network (GEN) was set up with a mandate to undertake the formation of a voluntary network of institutions working on different aspects of governance that would partner internationally with Norwegian Institutes for Urban and Regional Research (NIBR) and other appropriate institutions as identified from time to time. GINI developed its governance education program interactively with all stakeholders, which has been formally launched in March, 2009 with the financial support of Norwegian Government for three years within five years perspective.

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Public Accountability

Public Accountability and anti-corruption are topics that generate strong interest and are of vital importance to the public and effective governance. In Pakistan, public accountability is often reduced to mean only anti-corruption and thus associated with criminal activity. However, the layered systems of checks and balances that constitute public accountability for achieving an efficient and honest administration in Pakistan are actually very complex.


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GIS & MIS Development with NARIMS and other Development Indicators

Information is the great enabler of modern governance systems. It enables more effective planning and evaluation, reduces inefficiency of operations, enhances transparency and outreach, and improves communication and coordination. IT tools have become indispensable to the work of governments and donors the world over. GINI provides innovative e-governance solutions. Our core team has over twenty years of experience in developmental and implementation of multiple national level programs, using IT as a support mechanism.

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GINI’s research has been and continues to be policy oriented and occupies a practical space in the policymaking process. Its consumption is intended to increase policy options, enrich policy discourse, and generate policy debate. In this way, the research remains a means to an end – affecting policy choices and outcomes, rather than adding to intellectual debris in an academic vacuum. Unlike most other think-tanks, GINI has no partisan left/right leanings or anti-incumbent biases, and there is a consistent, principled separation of analysis and advocacy in processing information.

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