Afghan Civil Society: Tradition Facing the Future
Developing robust civil society organisations (CSOs) is a high priority in countries emerging from conflicts. However, civil society is very diverse, and different organisations might require different development strategies. The Afghan case illustrates this diversity, along with some of the challenges and opportunities for strengthening civil society’s competence and capacity.
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Doing the wrong things for the right reasons? “Do no harm” as a principle of reform
Michael Johnston and Jesper Johnsøn
Political economies of corruption in fragile and conflict-affected states: Nuancing the picture
Risks of corruption to state legitimacy and stability in fragile situations
Sarah Dix, Karen Hussmann, Grant Walton
Examining poverty and food insecurity in the context of long-term social-ecological changes in Afghanistan
Yograj Gautam, Anwesha Dutta, Patrick Jantz, Alark Saxena, Antonio De Lauri
Understanding and addressing poverty and food insecurity in Afghanistan
Is there legal pluralism in Afghanistan? Notes on injustice and access to justice
Antonio De Lauri
Humanitarian diplomacy as Turkey’s national role conception and performance: evidence from Somalia and Afghanistan
Meliha Benli Altunisik
SOUTHEAST EUROPEAN AND BLACK SEA STUDIES
The Humanitarian Theater in the Mediterranean and the Threat of Violence in the Balkans
De Lauri, Antonio and Brkovic, Carna
Journal of Borderlands Studies
Økt antall massedrukninger i Middelhavet – hvorfor sørger vi ikke?
From asylum seekers to kin: The making and effects of kinship between Norwegian citizens and migrants
Heidi Mogstad, Thea Rabe
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies