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Evaluation of the UNDP/UNOPS Peacebuilding and Community Development Project in Ituri, the Democratic Republic of Congo
CMI Report | Jan 2006
Building peace through community development was the key idea of the evaluated project in the war-torn Ituri district of the DRC from 2003 onwards. The ...
Peacebuilding, Community development, Reconciliation, Post-war reconstruction, HIV/AIDS, United Nations, UNDP, UNOPS, Congo DR, DR Congo
Book Chapter | Jan 2018
The international regime for resettlement of refugees examined in this volume has three important characteristics. First, the regime is state-centric. ...
Refugee & Migration Studies General Anthropology Political Economy
Book Chapter | Jan 2010
Reflecting on recent patterns of judicialization in Latin America, Guillermo O'Donnell pointed to the relationship between judicialization and juridification, ...
Journal Article | Jun 2013
Human rights activists began to develop strategies for a transitional justice process in Afghanistan soon after the US-led intervention in 2001 and by ...
Afghanistan, Civil Society, Human Rights, Transitional Justice, United Nations
Optimiser la mise en oeuvre de la CNUCC : Du bon usage de la liste de contrôle pour l'autoévaluation de l'application de la Convention
U4 Issue | Jan 2010
La Convention des Nations unies contre la corruption (CNUCC) constitue pour les États parties un cadre unique grâce auquel renforcer leurs ...
PhD fellow focusing on China's role as a development actor
China, African Union
Book | Sep 2010
The long revolutionary movements that gave birth to constitutional democracies in the Americas were founded on egalitarian constitutional ideals. They ...
United States, Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela
CMI Working Paper | Jan 2004
The opportunity for a powerful donor country, such as the United States, to use a multilateral financial institution (MFI) strategically in order to promote ...
Foreign policies, Conditionality, Unilateralism
Event | 9 Feb 2011
The UN Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) is arguably the most advanced and most global anti-corruption treaty. Its topical and geographic scope raises questions of adaptability. U4 coordinator Hannes Hechler presents a political economy analysis of UNCAC and its implementation processes.
The accumulation of unexplained wealth by public officials: Making the offence of illicit enrichment enforceable
U4 Brief | Jan 2012
Recent high-profile cases have focused attention on the transfer of assets abroad by heads of state and other senior officials from developing countries ...
international drivers of corruption, asset recovery, repatriation of stolen funds, international cooperation, mutual legal assistance, illicit enrichment, UNCAC, Tunisia, Egypt
Book Chapter | Mar 2012
This paper addresses corruption in the governance of petroleum and underscores the importance of treating this problem as a result of factors that go ...
Corruption, natural resources, capital flight
Project | Apr - Dec 2011
While the passage of various UN Resolutions 1325 (2000), 1820 (2008), 1888 (2009) and 1889 (2009) on women, peace and security are important step in the ...
Journal Article | Jan 2003
This article is about judicial reform in the Southern Cone in the 1990s. It shows that for Argentina and Chile, procedural code reforms were motivated ...
judicial reform, Supreme Court reform, Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Americas: Argentina, Chile, Uruguay
U4 Brief | Jan 2008
Broad national anti-corruption strategies have so far been a popular response by governments to wide-spread corruption in many countries. The results ...
Corruption, uncac, World
News | 11 May 2016
In October 2010, Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo was awarded the Nobel peace prize. New research from CMI shows that the Chinese sanctions had a substantial negative effect on Norwegian direct exports to China. In addition, an analysis of Norway’s voting pattern in the UN suggests that Chinese sanctions may have been effective in changing Norway’s position on human rights issues. The potential consequences are chilling.
Report in External Series | Dec 2019
Formal institutions are central actors in natural resource governance decisions and a key arena in which policies, laws and regulations ranging from forest ...
Natural resource management, accountability, formal institutions, informal institutions, anti-corruption
Event | 6 Feb 2014
Kva er rettferdig fordeling, og kvifor er det viktig? Kan ein måle økonomisk rettferd?
CMI Insight | Jan 2015
In 2009, the international criminal court (ICC) warranted the arrest of Sudan’s sitting President indicting him for systematic and widespread sexual ...
Women activists, Darfur, International criminal court, Sexual violence, Sudan
News | 17 Aug 2015
When societies go from military dictatorship to democracy or from internal armed conflict to peace, one of the toughest choices facing the government in the new order is how to deal with past violence. Great hopes have been pinned on transitional justice mechanisms, but the anticipated positive effects of transitional justice mechanisms on the process of restoring peace or (re)constructing democracy may be too high.
Project | Jan 2000 - Dec 2024
Arve Ofstad at CMI led the UN Development Programme's review of its assistance to Angola 1997-2000. The review showed that UNDP had designed a relevant ...