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Report in External Series | Nov 2012
To NATO countries, promoting women’s rights in Afghanistan is often framed as a choice between committing to high levels of aid for gender-related ...
Journal Article | Dec 2010
What should individuals be held responsible for? This is a fundamental question in much of the contemporary debate on distributive justice. Different ...
Responsibility, Fairness, Dictator game
CMI Report | Jan 2000
Botswana has experienced one of the highest growth rates in the world over the past three decades. Growth can, however, be attributed to a long-lived ...
Journal Article | Jan 1999
Gross human rights violations have constituted a hotly contested national issue in many recent transitions from authoritarianism to democracy. This article ...
News | 28 Jan 2014
Taxpayer compliance in Sub-Saharan Africa is closely linked to peoples' views of the government's ability to deliver on important services, the fairness of the system, and consequences of tax evasion shows findings from the recent Afrobarometer survey.
Event | 17 Aug 2015
Welcome to a week of deliberation on effects of law and legal mobilization in Bergen, Norway 17-21 August 2015!
CMI Brief | Aug 2016
All over the world, there are gatekeepers with the power to facilitate – or restrict – peoples’ access. We have studied the role of ...
women, politics, political parties, Malawi
Journal Article | Feb 2018
Foreign aid contributes to about 10% of gross domestic product of developing countries. To distribute aid in recipient countries, Western donors increasingly ...
NGOs, civil society, foreign aid
Edited Book | Jun 2017
Across Latin America, indigenous women are organizing to challenge racial, gender, and class discrimination through the courts. Collectively, by engaging ...
Sudan Working Paper | Dec 2016
After the war broke out again in the border areas between the Sudans, a trading pattern known earlier as the “peace markets” reemerged. In ...
war, Border, Coping mechanisms, markets, Sumbuk, trade, Livelihoods, Sudan, South Sudan, Southern Kordofan State
CMI Report | Sep 2010
This is the third and final report in the series “Gender Policies and Feminisation of Poverty in Mozambique”, revealing a curious incongruity ...
Mozambique, Gender, Poverty
CMI Report | Jan 1999
The Bergen Seminar on Development 1999 focused on aid-funded institutional partnerships and twinning, and the extent that these are effective mechanisms ...
Twinning, Organisational cooperation, Institution building, North-South cooperation
Report in External Series | Nov 2014
Gender equality and women’s rights is a key priority for Norway’s foreign and development policy in general and in Afghanistan in particular. ...
Gender, development assistance, rural development, Afghanistan
News | 12 May 2005
In his new book, senior researcher Roberto Gargarella argues that many of the problems currently attributed to modern constitutional democracies, are not unfortunate "distortions" of a properly organized institutional design, but rather foreseeable effects of that framework.
Project | Jan 2013 - Dec 2014
The study takes place in Tanzania and investigates the behaviour of girls when they are on the verge of making some of the most important decisions ...
Empowerment, Reproductive health, Entrepreneurship, Tanzania
Journal Article | Oct 2015
The Chinese entry into the African continent and the subsequent effect on soft power in global relations are of increasing interest to many scholars. ...
Beijing Consensus, , globalization, , imperialism, , neo-colonialism, , partnership of equals, , Washington Consensus, Uganda
Book Chapter | Dec 2010
In view of the growing influence of religion in public life on the national and international scenes, Muslim Diaspora in the West constitutes a timely ...
Security for many or surplus for the few? Customary tenure and social differentiation in Southern Malawi
Journal Article | Mar 2009
It has been argued that the ambiguities in Malawian customary tenure may aggravate processes of social differentiation and class formation. The article ...
Gendered Citizenship in Sudan: Competing Debates on Family Laws among Northern and Southern Elites in Khartoum
Journal Article | Nov 2008
In Sudan, family laws are formed and applied by the religious communities - Islamic, Christian and traditional African beliefs -creating a gendered citizenship ...
Edited Book | Jan 2002
The book offers a comprehensive coverage of the Federal Elections in 2000 in addition to extensive research into the trials of human rights abuses committed ...