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Happy Holiday Season

Posted by / 22nd December 2014 / Categories: Polis, ReSeT News / Tags: , , , / -

holiday season 2014

As we are about to part with 2014 and usher in the new year, we can proudly look back at the past year and the progress that we made. It has been a great pleasure to work on the Polis as well as other projects. Now, at the dawn of 2015, we are ready to implement the practical application of the Polis, an important and exciting step for all of us. The model is fully developed, we have an enthusiastic network of local and global partners, and a lot of ideas on how to implement our project on the ground.

We therefore very much look forward to 2015 being a successful year full of opportunities and challenges. For now, however, our thoughts turn gratefully to those who have made our progress possible. Thank you all for your continued support, collaboration and trust throughout 2014.

All of us at ReSeT and the Polis Project wish you a Happy Holiday Season and all the best in the new year.

The ReSeT Team


Welcome to our Newly Designed Website

Posted by / 31st October 2013 / Categories: ReSeT News / Tags: / -

After almost three years of using the same design, it was time for a fresh look at This new format better reflects our evolving work and growing range of activities, and allows us to further expand our online output during the coming years.

Our publications can now be accessed in an easy, intuitive way. The most recent additions will be available on the home page, and all others can be found on the Library page. There we will also publish a selection of our past work. If there are articles or reports from the old website that are not available any more, please feel free to contact us and we’ll send you a pdf version.

Please note that it will take a few weeks before all our uploaded content is up-to-date and complete. 

Our other work will be organised through our Polis page, which is ReSeT’s new and ambitious initiative that is at the centre of our focus. This page will be expanded over the course of 2013 and 2014, and will eventually lead to access to more advanced research and application for Polis members.

This means that you’ll continue to be able to find new commentary, insight and analysis by our team here on, and in-depth research and other ReSeT work will be made available through Polis membership.

We hope that you’ll be as enthusiastic about this new format as we are, and that you’ll continue to enjoy our work. As always, feedback is very much appreciated.

- The ReSeT Team