Resources and Publications

Policy responses to the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic crisis have greatly exacerbated national and global inequalities.

This report launched by G2H2 on 24 November 2021 addresses the need for new approaches to the challenge of a pandemic future.

 Kenya’s Compendium of Energy explores the details of today’s energy challenges in one country, using statistical graphs, diagrams and photographs as illustrations. 

The Future is Public: Global Manifesto for Public Services was developed collectively by dozens of organisations and actors to serve as a rallying cry for public services for civil society, providing a concrete alternative to the dominant neoliberal narrative that has failed to ensure a dignified life for all.

Published in 2018, 'History RePPPeated: How Public Private Partnerships are failing' gives an in-depth, evidence-based analysis of the impact of 10 PPP projects that have taken place across four continents, in both developed and developing countries.

SID launched 'Energy for Whom? Scenarios for Eastern Africa' on 14th September 2018, in Nairobi (Kenya). The report provides tools to stimulate conversation about the choices our societies face today and anticipate possible future events in order to better respond to them. They can be used by any individual or organisation to test their own plans and choices.

This short version of the more extensive report titled Pulling Apart: Facts and Figures on inequality in Kenya is part of SID’s contribution to a project on Rich and Poor: National Discourses on Poverty, Inequality, and Growth. 

The Right to Food and Nutrition Watch is the flagship publication of the Global Network for the Right to Food and Nutrition, which SID is an active member of.