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Project | Jan 1999
Astri Suhrke at CMI led a major evaluation of UNHCR´s response to the Kosovo refugee crisis in 1999. UNHCR had commissioned an international team of independent ...
CMI Brief | Jan 2005
How can corruption effectively be overcome in revenue administration in developing countries? What are the appropriate measures and effective responses? ...
Event | 22 Aug 2014
The Centre on Law & Social Transformation aims to be a dynamo for interdisciplinary research on the potential and limits of law as an instrument ...
News | 8 Jun 2012
A new report documents measures that can make government and politics more responsive, more accountable and more transparent and enable citizens to take a greater role in governing themselves.
Event | 10 May 2006
The dismal human rights situation in North Korea is commonly met by a call for economic sanctions by the international community. A different kind of approach would be to expand economic relations with North Korea to strengthen forces that would support a move towards more democracy.
U4 Issue | Jun 2015
“A fish rots from the head” is the saying when an organisation’s leadership is seen as responsible for the unethical behaviour of its ...
anti-corruption agencies, justice sector, appointment, recruitment, removal, leadership
News | 22 Mar 2013
The late Hugo Chavez proclaimed himself a feminist and opened up new arenas for women's activism in Venezuela. Poor women challenged their traditional roles as mothers and wives and took a collective step into the public sphere. Yet, their struggle is not so much about women's liberation from a Western feminist perspective as it is a fight for alleviating poverty and opening up new spaces for women's political participation.
Edited Book | Jan 2001
This book is about the multitude of associations that has emerged in African cities in recent years. In many cases, they are a response to mounting poverty, ...
Urbanisation, Civil society, Africa
Event | 22 Aug 2016
The Bergen Exchanges on Law & Social Transformation is an annual interdisciplinary meeting place for scholars who want to understand the interplay between law and social change. The lectures, roundtables and panels bring together scholars and practitioners from all over the world. Welcome
Project | Jan 2000 - Dec 2024
CMI provided research support to a commission appointed by the Danish Minister of Development Cooperation to review all aspects of Danida support to development ...
CMI Brief | Jan 2016
Zambia has a long history of disputed changes of the mining tax regime with damaging effects on the working relations between the Government and the mining ...
Mining, Taxation, Royalty, Zambia
CMI Brief | Mar 2016
This brief examines the factors that have influenced local content in the Tanzanian mining sector, and some of the challenges and successes ...
U4 Issue | Aug 2012
International measures to counter the laundering of looted wealth have not had a significant impact, despite their apparent strength. Evidence, including ...
international drivers of corruption, Australia, Papua New Guinea
CMI Report | Jan 1996
This report recommends that Human Rights in Developing Countries adopt a radically new approach to monitoring human rights. The "old way" is to monitor ...
Journal Article | Jan 2010
It is a central political goal to secure disabled individuals the same opportunities as others to pursue their conception of a good life. This goal reflects ...
Edited Book | Dec 2007
This edited volume brings together scholars and practitioners to address the question as to whether, in our globalised world, the protection of economic, ...
Human rights, Developing countries
CMI Report | Jan 2006
This report summarises the findings of a joint research project undertaken by the Centre for Social Research, Chr. Michelsen Institute and the Universities ...
Malawi, , Elections, Political institutions, Judiciary, Parliament, Electoral commission, Political parties, Accountability
Event | 13 May 2008
Indigenous responses to multicultural state reform in Guatemala and Mexico. Professor Rachel Sieder analyzes indigenous peoples' efforts to articulate alternative visions of government, law and justice.
Project | Mar 2006 - Jan 2008
Research-based information is recognised as crucial for Mozambique's endeavours to reduce its poverty. This first report in a series of three qualitative ...
Mozambique, PARPA, Rural Poverty, Participatory Methodologies
Twenty years with anti-corruption. Part 5. Money laundering and illicit financial flows – the ‘getaway car’ of corruption
U4 Practitioner Experience Note | Jun 2020
Combatting money laundering and flows of illicit finance is central to the global response to corruption. These are the means by which criminals enjoy ...
Development cooperation, Illicit financial flows, Money-laundering