Gender and governance websites
- Institute of Women's Law, University of Oslo
- The Institute of Women's Law is part of the Department of Public and International Law at the University of Oslo. The Institute of Women's Law participates in international cooperation on teaching and research. The website provides information on guest lectures and seminars, access to publications by the Institute, and information on their courses.
- Office of Government Commerce
- OGC works with government to improve procurement and project/programme management. They also work with suppliers to make the government marketplace more efficient and attractive to business. The OGC website provides links to all different aspects of the OGC's work, including information on delivery toolkits, contract innovation, IT, coordination of the civil estate, how the govern...
- Centre for Civil Society, India (CCS)
- The Centre for Civil Society (CCS) is an independent, non-profit, research and educational organisation which aims to engage with civil society. It conducts research on issues of social sciences, with the goal to inform and facilitate civil society participation, mobilisation, and action. The CCS's main areas of focus include: Law, liberty & livelihoo...
- Gender, Citizenship and Governance (KIT)
- The information portal on Gender, Citizenship and Governance provides free access to selected full-text documents, e-journals, e-newsletters, e-discussion groups and forums, websites, bibliographic databases, and directories of organizations and projects. The portal brings together theoretical and practical perspectives on the interrelationships between gender, citizenship and governance. Th...
- Women in Politics (IPU)
- This database contains bibliographic references on books and articles dealing with women in politics. Resources can be searched by document type, region, country, keyword, author, title. The IPU is the focal point for world-wide parliamentary dialogue and works for peace and co-operation among peoples and for the firm establishment of representative democracy.