Policy Analysis, Research and Development

This is the core function of ISPR. Our work is to fill the research gap for the civil society, the private sector, and the government through producing high quality, objective research to aid policy development, implementation, and evaluation.

We seek to produce evidence to strengthen strategic planning, budgeting, and programming. Periodically, ISPR will undertake thematic policy reviews and analysis to gauge how effective and efficient public policies are to deliver the expected outcomes, and provide viable alternatives that work for local communities.

Policy Briefs on Social, Economic and Governance Sectors

Our quarterly policy briefs aim at providing feedback to policymakers on relevance, content and results of public policies and programs.

ISPR works with relevant stakeholders to provide technical guidance and assistance before, during and after policy formulation and bring community voices to leaders and policymakers through research, opinion polls and consultations.

Public Lectures, Seminars and Symposiums

In collaboration with civil society groups, the private sector and the government, ISPR will conduct public lectures, symposiums and seminars on various themes that can foster policy discussions, change, and reinforce advocacy efforts in the country.

Thematic Policy Conferences

Our conferences will bring together various stakeholders in the country, particularly the private sector, civil society groups, donors and the government to critical development issues affecting South Sudan.