Elections in Libya – perspectives and prospects
Faiez Serraj and Agilah Saleh have called for a ceasefire. The implementation of elections in Libya is therefore once again on the agenda. Niklas Kabel Pedersen, Head of Voluntas Policy Advisory, provides some perspectives on potential challenges to holding national elections in Libya in the near future.
Engaging Tunisian youth in politics
Voluntas Policy Advisory supported Search for Common Ground before the implementation of the program, conducting a baseline assessment analyzing Tunisian youth perceptions and engagement in politics and democratic processes and the role of media.
Local Conflict Sensitivity Analysis in Libya
Projects implemented in conflict-ridden and highly volatile areas have a high likelihood of both influencing and being shaped by conflict dynamics. Thus, conflict-sensitivity analyses have grown essential to minimize unintended negative effects (Do-No-Harm) and maximize positive impacts of interventions carried out by external actors.
Supporting inclusive employment in Egypt’s ICT sector
Supported by the European Union, the Confederation of Danish Industry (DI) and the Federation of Egyptian Industry/Environmental Compliance Office (FEI/ECO) aimed to analyze the gaps between Egyptian businesses’ needs and the skills of the workforce in order to enable a dialog on new initiatives to increase employability and thus employment.
Monitoring and evaluating job creation and entrepreneurship in the Maghreb region
Voluntas Policy Advisory was asked by Hivos to conduct an evaluation of their “Co-Working for Sustainable Employment” program along the OECD-DAC criteria.
Political Economy Analysis of the Tunisian Water Sector
Voluntās Policy Advisory has supported the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) in assessing the potential scope and viability of policy and institutional reforms in the Tunisian water sector.
Measuring the creation of sustainable employment in Somalia
To document results of the LEAD program in Somalia, Voluntās Policy Advisory helped SPARK, a Dutch NGO focused on creating jobs for young people in fragile states, estimate impact of activities in terms of jobs creation.
Connecting Voluntās Policy Advisory Projects with SDGs
In pursuit of looking at the bigger picture, we are developing a methodology for parsing out and mapping the ways in which our work contributes to sustainable development goals (SDGs).
Meaningful work lowers the impact of work-related stress on employees’ well-being
Experiencing meaning in life is widely acknowledged to have a positive impact on well-being. Worryingly, work-related stress has been shown to lower the presence of meaning in life experienced by employees, which lowers their well-being. One study dove deeper into the relationship between work-related stress and employees’ sense of meaning in life and found that meaningful work moderates some of the harmful effects of work stress.
Supporting Decentralization in Libya
Libya is currently witnessing an increased escalation in fighting as General Haftar commanded of the so-called Libyan National Army is trying to take control of Tripoli from the internationally recognized Government of National Accord.
What is a Meaningfulness Conversation?
The Meaningfulness Conversation is based on a dialogue about the barriers that in life or at work stand in the way of realizing the meaning that you aspire to and need.
State of the Syria crisis response: Assessing Humanitarian and Development Challenges
Assessing Humanitarian and Development Challenges found that meaningfulness was one of the key drivers of the perception of response performance.