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PILDAT Monitor on Civil-Military Relations in Pakistan | January and February 2017

The Monthly Monitor on Civil-Military Relations is an attempt by PILDAT to not only to map out the major developments occurring during a month, but also provide analysis and required reforms on the subject.............>> Details

PILDAT delivers One-Day Course on Public Policy and Political Parties for the leadership of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf

March 14; March 21; PILDAT delivered a One-Day Course on Public Policy and Political Parties for the leadership of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf.............>> Details

PILDAT Policy Brief : Revival of Military Courts in Pakistan

March 19; With the expiry of the sunset clause of the 21st Constitutional Amendment on January 07, 2017, the Government and the opposition parties reached an across-the-board consensus on March 16, 2017 to revive Military Courts for another two years............>> Details

PILDAT delivers One-Day Course on Public Policy and Political Parties for the leadership of Pakistan Peoples Party

March 14; PILDAT delivered a One-Day Course on Public Policy and Political Parties for the leadership of Pakistan Peoples Party. ............>> Details

Pakistan-India Legislators and Public Officials Dialogue on Sharing of Experiences on Governance and Democracy

March 07, 2017; Dubai, UAE

The tenth round of Pakistan-India Legislators and Public Officials Dialogue was facilitated by PILDAT in Dubai, UAE, on March 07, 2017. The dialogue focused on the theme of sharing of lessons on Technology for Better Governance in Pakistan and India............>> Details

Quality of Federal Governance improves but barely crosses 50% mark in 2015-2016; above-average performance in 19 of 25 areas of assessment in PILDAT’s Scorecard; Transparency at dismal 21%;

PILDAT releases 2015-16 Federal Governance Scorecard

February 21: Quality of Federal Governance scored 51% in 2015-2016 with Management of Inflation getting the highest score of 87% and Transparency receiving the lowest score of 21%...........>> Details

 

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PILDAT Publications
   
PILDAT Policy Brief : Revival of Military Courts in Pakistan
    March 2017
Harnessing Technology for Better Governance : The Indian Experience
    March 2017
E-Governance Initiatives by Government of National Capital Territory (NCT) Delhi, India
    March 2017
How Technology is Transforming Governance in Pakistan
    March 2017
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PILDAT delivers One-Day Course on Public Policy and Political Parties for the leadership of Pakistan Peoples Party


Pakistan-India Legislators and Public Officials Dialogue on Sharing of Experiences on Governance and Democracy
Pak-India Dialogue

Quality of Federal Governance improves but barely crosses 50% mark in 2015-2016; above-average performance in 19 of 25 areas of assessment in PILDAT’s Scorecard; Transparency at dismal 21%;
PILDAT releases 2015-16 Federal Governance Scorecard

Quality of Governance

Punjab Leads in Quality of Governance during Third Year with 65.5% Score followed by Khyber Pakhtunkhwa at 63.0%, Balochistan at 60.5% and Sindh at 59.7%; PILDAT Releases Comparative Provincial Score Cards on Quality of Governance 2015-2016
Quality of Governance