Ethically Delivered, Expert Services
We deliver our services across a range of thematics key to transforming complex, fragile and conflict-affected contexts through the generation of stability, accountability and prosperity.
Promoting healthy lives and well-being for all is essential to sustainable development, as enshrined in Goal 3 of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Integrity offers specialised expertise in Health for complex contexts and our work cuts across the humanitarian and development spectrum.
Understanding the links between gender equality & social inclusion and peace, stability, accountability & prosperity is fundamental to Integrity’s work. We integrate a strong gender equality and social inclusion perspective into all our research and programming, making it our business to include hard to reach populations.
Climate change and biodiversity loss is one of the greatest risks to human security, from the community right through to the global level. Integrity applies an ambitious approach that mainstreams climate security throughout the programme cycle, drawing on innovative research, design and monitoring, evaluation and learning approaches.
The challenges of working in fragile and conflict-affected environments and preventing further conflict are of growing importance. A quarter of the world’s population lives in places affected by conflict and the number is growing year on year. Through our core services we support people and communities to foster the stability, prosperity and accountability needed to mitigate violence and transform conflict.
In the fast-paced, high-pressure context of a humanitarian crisis-where saving lives and supporting stability is of paramount importance, decision-makers and implementers need timely, quality, context-aware and conflict-sensitive information. Integrity provides high-quality analysis and operational learning to a range of humanitarian and peacebuilding programmes.
Education fosters decision making skills and critical thinking. It prepares and enables individuals to play a positive and constructive role within society. Students are empowered to generate value in their lives, work in a competitive economy and taught about values and complex concepts. Around the globe education is key for ameliorating conflict, promoting peace, stability and civil engagement, and rebuilding lives.
Sustainable and inclusive economic growth empowers communities, generates livelihoods, reduces poverty, and increases stability and social investment. It creates opportunities for productive employment, reaching the most vulnerable and insecure people in society. Our research, dialogue and engagement helps design and facilitate economic development.
Effective aid programmes require careful forethought and coherence of approach. They must be accountable to the publics who fund them and to those communities whose lives they aim to affect. It is in the interest of policy makers, funders, recipients and taxpayers that when aid is spent it realises the maximum value and impact in delivery, while also mitigating against harm.
Reform of security and justice provision is about three priorities: strengthening institutional accountability, improving service delivery efficiency, and building demand-side capacity to articulate local safety and security needs. We work to design and deliver security and justice programming that engenders a culture of service and strengthens accountability to citizens.
Governments and donors increasingly rely on civil society groups to provide services, and support social cohesion. In spite of this civil society is under pressure in an increasing number of contexts globally. We support organisations and networks to develop the necessary skills to work with communities, government partners and international donors to strengthen civic life.
People leave their communities for diverse reasons including environmental changes, poverty and inequality, conflict and the search for better livelihoods. Our work on migration helps elucidate the phenomenon, promote safe routes, build better linkages between migrant and host communities and create alternative livelihoods.
Governance matters, especially in fragile contexts. Formal and informal institutions – rules, norms, behaviours and practices – define how, and for whose benefit, decisions are made. We utilise our extensive expertise in governance and politics, engage with national stakeholders, and assist them in building effective, accountable governance systems.
Social media and digital and mobile communications have transformed public discourse. For all the social and economic benefit this can bring, the new channels have disoriented audiences, who have to develop new strategies for distinguishing fact from fiction. ‘Fake news’ can often mean the difference between peace and violence.