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Journal Article | Jul 2011
Across Latin America, debates and practice around indigenous law provide a window on shifting relations between indigenous movements, states, and international ...
Book | Jan 2005
The mapping of the chaning historical relationships between people, lands and identities in the central tribal belt of India and in north-eastern parts ...
Ethnic minorities, Human rights, Violence, Adivasis, Asia: Bangladesh
CMI Report | Jan 2004
This report examines lessons from peacebuilding efforts during the last decade or so that are relevant to the current challenges in Sudan. While there ...
Peacebuilding, Sudan, Africa: Sudan
Social Psychologist with a research focus on rights-based approaches to health
Gender, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, Tuberculosis, Health Systems, Right to Health, Colombia, Mozambique, Peru
News | 5 Nov 2013
CMI has got funding for four new research projects from the Research Council of Norway. The projects are all part of the NORGLOBAL programme.
News | 19 Nov 2007
CMI received 3 research grants from the Poverty and Peace Research Programme announced the Research Council of Norway.
News | 4 Jun 2015
At lunchtime 25 April Nepal was struck by a devastating earthquake. Following high death tolls, numerous charitable organisations scurried to the South Asian country in order to provide humanitarian aid on the ground. The United Nations alone made a flash appeal for close to half a billion USD in emergency support.
News | 4 Mar 2016
Honduras has become one of the world’s most dangerous countries for activists. In the early hours of 3 March yet another prominent activist was murdered. Indigenous leader and human rights and environmental activist Bertha Cáceres was shot by unknown gunmen in her own house.
CMI Insight | May 2020
Desde os ataques de Outubro de 2017 em Mocímboa da Praia, realizados por alegados insurgentes islamistas, vulgarmente referidos como Ahlu Sunnah ...
Armed clashes, violence, army, insurgents, Mozambique
Journal Article | Nov 2018
Rapid urbanisation is one of the most dramatic developments on the African continent, often yielding contrasting and shocking images of affluent businesses ...
Ethnography, Maputo, Urban, Film, Mozambique
Book | Jan 2016
Aid agencies increasingly consider anti-corruption activities important for economic development and poverty reduction in developing countries. In the ...
CMI Report | Jul 2009
The surge in the US presence in Afghanistan, announced by President Barack Obama soon after taking office, is unfolding rapidly. What does this ‘surge’ ...
Foreign policy, United States, Afghanistan, UN
Edited Book | Jan 2002
Eroding Local Capacity is a critical examination of the interplay between international and local actors operating in the humanitarian arena in Africa. ...
Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda
CMI Report | Jan 1997
This evaluation of International Alert (IA) - an international NGO based in London, working to prevent and resolve conflict in developing countries and ...
NGO, Conflict resolution
Economist working on violence against women, job creation and private sector development and poverty reduction.
Poverty, violence, jobs, entrepreneurship, gender, labour markets, foreign aid, development assistance, Africa: Ethiopia, Tanzania, Mozambique, Sudan, Uganda, Namibia., Asia: Nepal
Project | Jan 2007 - Dec 2010
The project investigates the impact of political inclusion on Islamist movements in Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine and Sudan. The academic research tends ...
Islamism, the state, political institutionalization, moderation, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine and Sudan
Event | 23 Apr 2009
Dr. Carlos Flores is the author of El Estado en Crisis: Crimen Organizado y Politicas (The State in Crisis: Organized Crime and Politics) and several articles about the evolution of drug trafficking in Mexico and the impact on state legitimacy and democracy.
Event | 26 May 2008
Lebanon is currently experiencing its worst political crisis since the civil war ended in 1989. Elizabeth Picard is a leading Middle East scholar, and Lebanon specialist.
News | 29 Aug 2006
Dr. Kari Telle is a Social Anthropologist who has worked extensively on issues related to socio-religious change in Indonesia. Telle will work on the new Politics of Faith programme where she will study religious mobilization and the politics of 'security' in post-Suharto Indonesia.
Master's student in Economics focusing on drug-related violence in Latin America.