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Event | 3 Nov 2015
Powerful communication tools in the pockets of billions and on our desktops have changed our ability to engage with the world through groups, apps, sites or maps. We organize ourselves, and participate in worldwide dialogue, through such tools. How are these tools used, particularly in developing countries, for humanitarian relief, governance and accountability, and civil society mobilization?
Associated Senior Researcher
Political scientist whose research interests straddles politics, legal anthropology, and legal sociology.
indigenous rights, human rights, legal pluralities, judicialization of politics, institutional reform, legal globalization, Mexico, Guatemala
CMI Working Paper | Mar 2014
Almost a decade after the 2001 intervention by the United States and its allies in Afghanistan, women were once again taking centre stage in NATO planning. ...
Book Chapter | Nov 2014
This chapter focuses on the emergence and evolution of the Afghan Local Police (ALP), a pro-government militia supported by the US military in Wardak ...
Afghan Local Police, Afghanistan
Multistakeholder groups for better sector performance: A key to fight corruption in natural resource governance?
Journal Article | Jan 2013
Multistakeholder processes – involving representatives from civil society, government and the private sector — are increasingly viewed as ...
U4 Brief | May 2020
Cash transfer programmes are being created and extended in developing countries as an economic response to Covid-19. Many donors are increasing their ...
cash transfers, covid-19, donors
CMI Working Paper | Jun 2020
Abstract We present unique survey data on the migration predictions of 400 households in two extremely climate exposed unions of coastal Bangladesh. ...
climate change, migrants, Bangladesh
CMI Report | Nov 2011
This thesis enquires into the policy consequences of the Mendoza case, a public interest litigation case in Argentina, in which several non-governmental ...
Pollution, River basins, Supreme court, Litigation, Argentina
Project | Sep 2014 - Jan 2016
Aiming to provide universal access to basic health services and empower communities to take charge of their own health, the Ethiopian government has during ...
Book | Jan 2008
The article analyses the change in discourse accompanying Bashar al-Asad's economic liberalization after 2000. The old populist social contract is to ...
Event | 17 Aug 2015
Welcome to a week of deliberation on effects of law and legal mobilization in Bergen, Norway 17-21 August 2015!
Event | 9 May 2014
Tobias Hagman gives a talk on the peace negotiations between the Somali rebel group Ogaden National Liberation Front (ONLF) and the Ethiopian government.
Book | Jan 2016
Aid agencies increasingly consider anti-corruption activities important for economic development and poverty reduction in developing countries. In the ...
Women’s Equal Rights and Islam in Sudanese Republican Thought: A Translation of Three Family Law Booklets from 1975, Produced and Circulated by the Republican Sisters
Sudan Working Paper | Aug 2015
This paper includes a translation of three booklets produced by the Sudanese Republican Sisters in commemoration of International Women’s Day in ...
Sudan, Republican Brothers, Islam, Women's rights, Family law
CMI Report | Jan 2007
This report is the second in a series of six participatory and qualitative studies on poverty in Mozambique, undertaken as part of the monitoring and ...
Mozambique, Urban areas, Poverty
Journal Article | Dec 2019
The reification of humanitarian borders generates a politics of crisis that weakens the capacity to produce structural political changes and legitimizes ...
humanitarianism, borders, critique, crisis, political change, exceptionalism, ordinary politics, rescue
CMI Brief | May 2019
Why did Poland´s conservative government, the Law and Justice Party, launch an attack on the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people (LGBT) ...
Poland, Uganda, Zimbabwe
Book | May 2017
Since the 2001 overthrow of the Taliban government in Afghanistan, violence against women has emerged as the single most important issue for Afghan gender ...
Complicance with economic and social human rights: Realistic evaluations and monitoring in the light of immediate obligations
Book Chapter | Jan 1992
The book chapter presents an analytical approach which contributes to a realistic framework for examining economic and social rights, even under conditions ...
Human rights, Economic and social rights, Poverty, Aid, Global
Event | 21 Oct 2014
This conference invites scholars and activists to present papers on law reform particularly within the area of family law and criminal law. How, when and where are women activists using law and law reform as a tool to create gender justice in the greater Middle East?