River Path is an organisational pathfinder. We challenge perceptions, build evidence for change, and map the future.

We use a range of techniques, including strategic consulting, research, and the development of creative solutions, working for leading organisations in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.


  • Monitoring and evaluation
  • Stakeholder audits
  • Opinion former research
  • Focus groups
  • Briefs and think pieces

Strategic Counsel

  • Foresight and horizon scanning
  • Scarcity and resource issues
  • Organisational and programme reviews
  • Strategic challenge

Creative Solutions

  • Innovation and thought leadership
  • Network development
  • Social media
  • Workshops and events
Global Dashboard

From our website on global risks and foreign policy

  1. From Declaration to Delivery: actioning the post-2015 agenda
    This report, prepared for Save the Children, is based on the outcomes of a series of dialogues with 8 countries that have already begun exploring how to implement the post-2015 agenda. The roundtables were held in Denmark, Ghana, Mexico – with … Continue reading →
  2. Time to Deliver the Post-2015 Agenda’s Promises to Children
    The post-2015 agenda has a clear vision for children: the protection, survival and development of all children to their full potential. Four resonant and ambitious ‘core promises’ to children can be drawn from the child-focused goals and targets. The core … Continue reading →
  3. Every Child Deserves a Childhood
    Continuing with our work on the Time to Deliver theme, focusing on the core promises that should be made to children, this report explores the potential for the United Kingdom to play a leadership role at the heart of a … Continue reading →
  4. What Happens Now? Time to deliver the post-2015 development agenda
    This is the third in a series of What Happens Now? papers from the Center on International Cooperation. Like the previous papers, it provides a guide for all those interested in the debate on the post-2015 development agenda – including … Continue reading →
  5. Five Ways the Co-Facilitators Have Made the Post-2015 Targets Worse
    What was once a storm whipped up around the question of whether the world needs 17 sustainable development goals and 169 targets has now degenerated into a tempest about whether it is possible to “conservatively” tweak some of those targets to … Continue reading →
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Marlies de Groot
Research Consultant
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Research Analyst
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