Institutional Mapping

From October 2016, the ASA will put online every week a new « institutional mapping », made of a visual presentation (Prezi infographic) and a brief policy analysis, easily and quickly understandable.

Those institutional mappings aim at putting more emphasis on non-formal stakeholders, non-official networks, and non-codified standards whose influence compete or on the contrary complete the intervention scope of state institutions or legal frameworks.

Example: Dozos’s institutional Mapping

carte institutionnelle des Dozos

Every week, a new institutional mapping will deal with one of the following 6 expertise poles:

  • Pole 1: Traditional authorities, community membership and social solidarities / exclusion;
  • Pole 2: Religions and religious networks ;
  • Pole 3: Gender;
  • Pole 4: Informal security and justice;
  • Pole 5: Social changes and emerging stakeholders;
  • Pole 6: African and international networks .

By highlighting topical questions too often neglected or unknown, the ASA hopes to contribute to prospective and strategic analysis.

To discover our previous Institutional Mappings, click on the following links:

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