Navigating Successful Policy Reform Series: Securing Reserved Seats for Women in Vanuatu’s Municipal Councils


By Allan Mua Illingworth and Elizabeth Faerua

This paper is part of the Navigating Successful Policy Reform series undertaken by The Asia Foundation’s Coalitions for Change project and the Institute for Human Security and Social Change at La Trobe University. It is one of three case studies exploring developmental policy reforms in Vanuatu, Kenya, and Indonesia that demonstrate politically smart and learning-oriented ways of working to achieve change in challenging political contexts. In particular, the cases investigate whether those reform stories bear similarities to the development entrepreneurship model that has been highly successful within the Philippines.

Posted January 26, 2024
Related locations: Philippines
Related programs: Good Governance
Related topics: Coalitions for Change, Development Entrepreneurship, Thinking and Working Politically