Applied Social Science Research in Afghanistan. An Overview of the Institutional Landscape
This report is a preliminary mapping of Afghan institutional capacity in the field of applied social science research, as well as an assessment of the interest in, and potential for, further capacity building. The report focuses on independent research centres and development NGOs that have research activities, and also includes institutes linked to government ministries, the public university sector and (in one case) to a UN agency. At present these are the principal sources of policy relevant social research.
Evaluation of Sida’s Model for Bilateral Research Cooperation
Inge Tvedten (Team Leader), Raphaëlle Bisiaux, Adam Pain, Arne Tostensen, Panith Chou, Catherine Ngugi, Rodrigo Paz and Fredrik Åström
Values education for public integrity. What works and what doesn’t
Carissa Munro, Monica Kirya
A place-based framework for assessing resettlement capacity in the context of climate change induced displacement
Solomon Zena Walelign, Päivi Lujala
Networks of anti-corruption authorities. Living up to their aspirations?
Sofie Arjon Schütte
Women Judges in Afghanistan: An Interview with Anisa Rasooli
Antonio De Lauri
'He should learn that he cannot get a woman for free’: Male elopers and constructions of masculinity in the Afghan justice system
Torunn Wimpelmann, Aziz Hakimi, Masooma Sa'adat
Men and Masculinities
The end of protection? Cessation and the ‘return turn’ in refugee law