USAID’s DRGLinks is a resource for all democracy, human rights, governance, anti-corruption practitioners to learn and share knowledge to create and implement successful, effective programs.

Welcome to the DRGLinks community! Our mission is to share good practice in democracy, human rights and governance programming around the world. We hope that this platform helps users consume and contribute content along a spectrum of issues, from anti-corruption, civil society, inclusive development, to security sector reform and transnational corruption. Democratic governance and human rights are critical components of sustainable development and lasting peace and security.

Who can use it?

DRGLinks is open to everyone, but its content is tailored to those engaged in maximizing DRG outcomes such as country partners, the donor community, USAID staff,  implementing partners and all development practitioners.

What can you do?

Find valuable information from USAID and its partners at any time, from anywhere, all in one place. Use the site’s features to:

  • Learn about USAID global engagements and how you can get involved.
  • Access the latest research and good practices the resource library and DRG topics.
  • Explore upcoming virtual and in-person events and find post-event summaries.
  • Stay informed about announcements in DRG

Want to contribute content?

Check out the current criteria and submission process. 

USAID’s Democracy, Human Rights and Governance Bureau supports DRGLinks and a broad array of knowledge-sharing tools, strategies, and events through the Designing Effective eVidence-Based Engagement and Learning for Organizational Performance (DEVELOP) project implemented by EnCompass, in partnership with its subcontractors Bixal and Knowledge Partners.