The Deployment for Democratic Development (DDD) program was launched in May 2007 and will continue to March 31, 2015. It is funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada (DFATD) and implemented by the Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC). DDD serves the democratic development needs of DFATD branches and their local partners. IPAC recruits and deploys Canadian democratic development experts to Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East in response to requests for assistance from DFATD partner countries. More...
Aid on Demand: Delivering Cost-Effective Technical Assistance in Developing Countries presents 12 case studies from IPAC’s successful international program, Deployment for Democratic Development, or DDD.
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Updated Case Studies Now Available
Previously published case studies are now updated and include post-project information sought at least one year after the end of each project. Click here to read more.
DDD Annotated Bibliography of DDD Publications
As part of its commitment to knowledge sharing, DDD produces various publications, including cases studies, leadership briefs, an electronic newsletter, articles and papers. These publications are a valuable supplement and extension to the results achieved in democratic development and governance, well beyond the completion of each of our international projects. They are available free of charge on the DDD website. Please see DDD's annotated bibliography for a summary of its publications.