Afghanistan. Focus on women - experiences from Norwegian funded NGO projects
Gender is an important cross cutting issue in Norwegian development assistance in general and, due to the special conditions, in Afghnaistan in particular. Gender considerations are part of most of the development projects, but vary in terms of specificity from agreement to agreement, and between the different channels of funding.
This review is intended to systematically collect information about the gender work of Norwegian supported NGOs and to compare them and, to the extent possible for a desk-review, assess their relevance,sustainability and results. The main intension is to produce experience based information as basis for future work of NGOs in particular and for other sectors in general, in silimar cultural, religious and socio-economic settings.
A Good Ally - Norway and International Statebuilding in Afghanistan, 2001-2014
Mats Berdal, Astri Suhrke
Journal of Strategic Studies
Danish-Norwegian Return Center for Minors in Kabul: Well-Founded Initiative?
Jessica Schultz and Terje Einarsen
Maputo: Ethnography of a Divided City
Inge Tvedten, Fábio Ribeiro, João Graca, Bjørn Bertelsen
Journal of Anthropological Films
Most people are not economists: Citizen preferences for corporate taxation
Odd-Helge Fjeldstad,Ivar Kolstad,Arne Wiig
When Do Donor Endorsements Help or Hurt? Policy Advocacy and Men's Interests in Malawi
Lindsay Benstead, Ragnhild Muriaas and Vibeke Wang
Non-formal girls’ life skills programming Implications for policy and practice
Christina Kwauk, Amanda Braga, Helyn Kim, Kendra Dupuy, Sosina Bezu, Are Knudsen
Humanitarian Militarism and the Production of Humanity
Antonio De Lauri
The plain drone, the armed drone and human security
Handbook of Intervention and Statebuilding
Public Anthropology in Changing Times
Robert Borofsky and Antonio De Lauri