Lewis Broadway, whose academic background is in history and politics, joined River Path in 2015 and is now our design & research associate.
Lewis is responsible for developing River Path’s approach to visual presentation, specialising in the creation of infographics. He is currently providing graphical assistance for the Center on International Cooperation's project on Peaceful, Just and Inclusive Societies, and designed the Roadmap for Peaceful, Just and Inclusive Societies. Lewis has also recently designed the new report by the Congo Research Group on MONUSCO’s new mandate, and provided graphics for the UN-World Bank 2018 report Pathways for Peace: Inclusive Approaches to Preventing Violent Conflict.
Other highlights of Lewis’s design work have included acclaimed visualisations of results for River Path’s summative evaluation of the British Council’s global schools programme for the period 2012-2015. He also designed and helped to launch and manage the CIC's online publication UNSG2016, which covered and commented on the process of identifying candidates to replace Ban Ki-Moon as UN Secretary-General.
His research responsibilities focus on supporting the team by developing literature reviews and information dossiers, as well as helping conduct primary research and data analysis.
Lewis's work includes a wide range of projects. Research highlights have included his inputs into the team’s development of the Global Partnership on Ending Violence Against Children, and providing secondary research inputs into a River Path background paper for the Global Commission on Education Financing Opportunity on strategies for building school resilience in vulnerable operating contexts, with a focus on strengthening value for money approaches. His current research work focuses on the Center on International Cooperation's 2030 Agenda project, specifically looking at the delivery of SDG16 and other related goals.