What we do
The Centre for Sustainable Peace and Democratic Development (SeeD) works with international development organisations, governments and civil society leaders to design and implement people-centred and evidence-based strategies for promoting peaceful, inclusive and resilient societies. Working in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia, we provide social transformation policy recommendations that are rooted in citizen engagement strategies and an empirical understanding of the behaviours of individuals, groups and communities. Our approach focuses on understanding the root causes of societal problems by developing an evidence-based theory of change which is empirically tested. We work in five thematic areas: social cohesion and reconciliation, youth inclusion, gender empowerment, governance and anti-corruption and urban cohesion.
Take part in our short pilot survey that will help develop indicators to assess and understand economic resilience!
It will only take 15 mins.
This pilot will help us design and fine tune indicators in order to improve our understanding some of the drivers economic resilience and how we can enhance it. YOUR INPUT will HELP US inform inclusive and sustainable economic growth programmes and policies globally.