USAID staff can share their experiences to accelerate learning and increase awareness of good practices in DRG and DRG related programming.
Who Can Contribute
At this time, DRGLinks welcomes content contributions from USAID staff addressing democracy, human rights, governance as well as adjacent areas in programming, policy, operations, and/or communications. By contributing information to DRGLinks, USAID staff can add their experience to the broader knowledge base and ultimately help improve development outcomes.
While we value the experience and perspectives of our partners and peers, there is not currently capacity to moderate community-contributed content. As such, DRGLinks is only accepting content submissions from USAID staff at this time. As DRGLinks grows, we hope to open up content contributions to implementers, partners, and others committed working on DRG in international development.
To suggest content for DRGLinks, please email us via the form.
What We’re Looking For
DRGLinks favors practical, easy-to-read resources that help USAID staff use a gender lens to improve programming. Resources should highlight practical guidance or research findings related to the advancement of gender equality at USAID. Resources in languages other than English are welcomed.
- How-to guidance
- Policy briefs
- Case studies
- Technical guidance
- Research reports
Share upcoming conferences, webinars, and other events that will help international development professionals involved in DRG programming.
DRGLinks will consider submissions for publication based on our current editorial needs and goals. Submissions will be reviewed for quality, grammar, and adherence to our content criteria and guidelines. We reserve the right to edit titles and text based on our editorial standards. If a submission is a good fit for DRGLinks but requires substantial changes, we’ll reach out and work with you to make it publishable. Submissions that do not meet our current needs or criteria will not be published. Please ensure that your submission is fully cleared for publication prior to submitting to DRGLinks.
Questions about contributing content to DRGLinks? Email us via the form.