Reflections and Recommendations for Transitional Vetting


Daniel Blocq, Alexander Mayer-Rieckh, and Roger Duthie

This policy brief presents recommendations for transitional vetting based on insights from research on vetting practice. It is meant to complement existing guidelines on vetting put forth by the United Nations and other international organizations. It defines vetting and the risks it faces and underscores the importance of strategy, information, managing uncertainty, and other critical elements. The brief accompanies a report and briefing paper on the recent policy vetting process in Kenya.

Download the policy brief Reflections and Recommendations for Transitional Vetting here.

Download the full report From Optimism to Disillusionment here.

Download the briefing paper Hearings and Decision Making During Transitional Vetting Processes: Insights from Kenya here

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