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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.
News | 21 Feb 2011
The evaluation concludes that support to conflict prevention and peacebuilding has only been partially successful. Supporting state building in Southern Sudan requires an inclusive approach.
Event | 15 Nov 2006
What does the new politics of security mean for Muslims? Associate Professor Michael Humphrey has published widely on the themes of ethnic identity, Islam, globalization, refugees, law, terrorism, war, human rights and reconciliation. His current research projects are concerned with atrocity, healing, national reconstruction and reconciliation.
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
Political ethnographer whose current focus is on the intersections between gender, political and legal orders in contemporary Afghanistan.
postwar statebuilding strategies, gender and violence, Afghanistan
CMI Working Paper | Oct 2019
A rich literature on Africa’s autocratic and repressive regimes has discussed the diverse strategies through which these regimes seek to consolidate ...
Constellations of Power and Authority in the Political Economy of Illegal Timber Extraction in BTAD, Assam
Journal Article | Jan 2017
This article seeks to comprehend the way the illegal timber economy in the Bodoland Territorial Autonomous Council (BTAD) in Assam is integrated within ...
illegal logging, authority structure, commodity chain, ethnic conflict, burdened agency, political economy, India
Report in External Series | Dec 2014
This paper summarizes the main achievements and challenges for Afghan women’s participation in politics and their access to justice. It ...
Gender, political representation, Afghanistan
Journal Article | Jan 2014
Under Sudan’s Criminal Act (1991), rape is defined as zina (adultery and fornication) without consent. This means that the strict rules of evidence ...
Journal Article | Jan 2009
Colombia is a country marked by extreme social inequalities and high levels of violence, with a government that has brutally repressed social movements ...
News | 20 Jan 2014
Khartoum remains an island of peace amidst armed conflict in many corners of the country.
Programme | Jan 2006 - Dec 2016
What is the impact of religion on democratization, development and conflict in the South? This interdisciplinary research programme maps and explores ...
Religion, the state, secularisation, political institutionalisation, political mobilization, development, religious revival, conflict, violence and peace, Middle East and Northern Africa: Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, Syria, Tunisia and Sudan., Asia: Indonesia, Pakistan
Project | Mar - Sep 2010
This is the third and final study in the series ‘Gender Policies and Feminisation of Poverty in Mozambique’, carried out in close cooperation ...
Project | Apr - Dec 2010
Transitional justice mechanisms such as criminal trials and truth commissions have increasingly been adopted in the aftermath of violent conflict, and ...
Transitional justice, impact assessment, Angola, Uruguay, Peru, Rwanda
Project | Feb - Sep 2004
Evaluation of the projects of the Life and Peace Institute (LPI) in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Somalia. LPI is a Sweden-based ecumenical ...
aid, assistance, peacebuilding, civil war, post-conflict reconstruction, armed conflict, civil society, post-war development, conflict resolution, conflict management, conflict transformation, DR Congo, Great Lakes region, South Kivu, North Kivu
News | 1 Jul 2013
It is no longer the Egyptian people against the current regime. The people have split into two fronts, opposing each other as pro- and anti-Morsi. People, who expect violence, expect it to arise from clashes between the groups, not between the security forces and the people...
CMI Working Paper | Sep 2017
In Pakistan, the legal recognition of rape as a crime has changed in pace with the dominant narrative on women’s sexuality. The country’s ...
Journal Article | Jan 2017
Sudanese women activists launched a legal campaign in 2009 calling attention to how the country’s Sharia based Criminal Act of 1991 produced impunity ...
Women's movement, rape, legal reform, Islamic law, Sudan
Report in External Series | Sep 2012
Two different and basically conflicting visions of Afghanistan’s post-transition future were discernible by mid-2012. In one, Afghanistan’s ...