International consultancy projects and policy reports
(Selected since 2004)
2017. UNWomen. Advisory Board for the report on the Evaluation of Women's Leadership and Political Participation. UNWomen, New York.
2017. IDEA. Advisory Board for the report on The Global State of Democracy report. International IDEA: Stockholm.
2017. Populist threats to electoral integrity: The year in elections, 2016-2017. Pippa Norris and Max Groemping. Sydney: University of Sydney.
2016. The Australian Voter Experience: Trust and Confidence in the 2016 Federal Election. Jeffrey Karp, Alessandro Nai, Ferran Martinez I Coma, Max Groemping and Pippa Norris. Sydney: University of Sydney. Report for the Australian Electoral Commission.
2016. Building Professional Electoral Administration. Jeffrey Karp, Alessandro Nai and Pippa Norris. Sydney: University of Sydney. Report for the Association of World Electoral Bodies (A-Web).
2016. Democratic Diffusion: How Regional Organizations Strengthen Electoral Integrity. Ferran Martinez I Coma, Alessandro Nai and Pippa Norris. Sydney: University of Sydney. Report published in Association with the Organization of American States, Washington DC. Download in English or in Spanish.
2015. Checkbook Elections: Political Finance in Comparative Perspective. Pippa Norris, Andrea Abel van Es and Lisa Fennes. Executive Report for Global Integrity. Sydney: University of Sydney.
2014. OSCE/ODIHR Handbook on Promoting Women’s Participation in Political Parties. Pippa Norris and Mona Lena Krook. OSCE:Warsaw.
2013. UNWomen. Workshop on Women’s Participation in Elected Office, Asia-Pacific, Beijing 29-30 Jan.
2012. UNDP Asia-Pacific. Pippa Norris. Gender Equality in Elected Office in Asia Pacific: Six Actions to Expand Women’s Empowerment. UNDP: Bangkok
2012 UNDP Asia-Pacific Facilitator and presenter, workshop on gender equality, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, 1-5th April.
2010. OSCE consultant for a new report ‘Gender equality in elected office: A Six-Step Action Plan.’ (with Mona Lena Krook). Baseline study for the OSCE/ODIHR.
2010. UNESCO consultant, Media Development Indicators San Jose, Costa Rica/Montreal).
2008. UNDP. Making Democracy Deliver: Governance and Human Development. New York: United Nation Development Programme.
2006. UN ‘Opening the door: Women leaders and constitution building in Iraq and Afghanistan.’ Presentation at the parliamentary event at the United Nations on the occasion of the 50th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women, organized by the Inter-Parliamentary Union and the UN Division for the Advancement of Women. New York, March 2006.
2005. UN ‘Women in Parliament: A review of the current situation.’ Presentation for ‘Beyond Beijing: Towards gender equality in politics.’ Parliamentary event at the United Nations on the occasion of the 49th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women, organized by the Inter-Parliamentary Union and the UN Division for the Advancement of Women. New York, 3 March 2005.
2005. NDI ‘Developments in party communications.’ Report for the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI) handbook on The present and future role of political parties in democratic institutions.
2004. IDEA. ‘Building Political Parties: Reforming Legal Regulations and Internal Rules.’ Report for International IDEA.
2004. NED. ‘Women’s representation in Iraq: Strategies and options.’ Report for National Endowment for Democracy International Forum for Democratic Development.
2004. IDEA. ‘Voter turnout and e-voting.’ International IDEA Handbook. IDEA: Stockholm
2004. ‘Ties that Bind: Representation, Accountability and Democracy’ Briefing paper for the Australian Democratic Audit, Canberra.
2004. UK Electoral Commission. ‘Gender and political participation.’ With Joni Lovenduski and Rosie Campbell. Report published by the UK Electoral Commission.
2004. UNESCO. ‘Civic engagement and the knowledge society.’ Report for UNESCO World Report ‘Building Knowledge Societies’.
2004. Afghan Reconstruction Project. ‘Implementing Women’s Representation in Afghanistan Electoral Law: Options for reserved seats.’ Prepared for the Afghanistan Reconstruction Project, Center on International Cooperation, New York University.