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Protocol for the evaluation of a pay for performance programme in Pwani region in Tanzania: A controlled before and after study
Journal Article | Aug 2013
The use of supply-side incentives to increase health service utilisation and enhance service quality is gaining momentum in many low- and middle-income ...
CMI Report | Oct 2017
This report documents and analyzes two recent major reforms in Lebanese law whose purpose is to further gender equality for women in Lebanon: (I) the ...
women's rights, marriage, divorce, domestic violence, Lebanon
News | 31 Oct 2005
"Without a functioning justice system, rebuilding a state after a conflict will not succeed. Without the foundation of the rule of law, it is impossible to secure all other nation-building processes" concludes Arne Strand who has just completed a major multidonor evaluation of humanitarian and reconstruction assistance to Afghanistan 2001-2005.
News | 22 Sep 2015
This project, commissioned by Norad in conjunction with the Norwegian Embassy in Dar es Salaam under a framework agreement, is a mid-term review of the ...
Tanzania mainland, Zanzibar
Twenty years with anti-corruption. Part 9. The UK’s changing anti-corruption landscape – new energy, new horizons
U4 Practitioner Experience Note | Aug 2020
Between 2013 and 2018, the UK made unusually rapid progress in improving instruments to address corruption. These advances included legal reforms, such ...
Journal Article | Jan 1999
This paper discusses recent conservation efforts in Northern Pakistan and the relevance of national parks as legal instruments in nature and wildlife ...
Pakistan, national parks, wildlife conservation, Khunjerab National Park, local populations, Karakoram
Journal Article | Jan 2019
Does Anthropology Matter to Law ? Kari G Telle, Jeremy Kingsley Journal of Legal Anthropology kari
News | 4 May 2016
The new Marriage Act in Malawi has been hailed for raising the legally prescribed age of marriage to 18, yet the truth is that there is no absolute minimum age of marriage in Malawi and that legal inconsistencies threaten the enforcement of the law.
Methods for learning what works and why in anti-corruption: An introduction to evaluation methods for practitioners
U4 Issue | Aug 2013
Evaluations of donor-funded anti-corruption reforms and programmes would benefit from upgrading and diversifying the methods used to document effects. ...
evaluation measurement, corruption, anti-corruption, governance, monitoring, impact, result chain, mixed methods, theory of change, evidence, learning
Supporting East African integration: Assessing the potential for Norwegian support to the East African Community
Commissioned Report | Jan 2001
This report, commissioned by NORAD, explores ways and means of providing Norwegian aid to the resuscitated East African Community, including a review ...
Aid, Africa: East Africa
Journal Article | Nov 2020
The association between British colonial rule and lower levels of corruption is often emphasized in legal origins literature (La Porta et al., 2008). ...
Corruption, colonial rule, chiefs, Africa
The right to abortion in Tunisia after the revolution of 2011: Legal, medical and social arrangements seen through seven abortion stories
Journal Article | Dec 2019
In this article, we explore the effects that Tunisia’s post-revolutionary democratization process has had on the right to abortion, drawing on ethnographic ...
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
Book Chapter | Jan 2013
The 1917 Mexican Constitution, which was adopted after a revolutionary period, decisively changed the history of Latin American constitutional- ism. Gradually, ...
development studies, development studies, law - academic, comparative law, constitutional and administrative law
Journal Article | Jan 2013
The informal justice paradigm and the appropriation of 'local reality' Torunn Wimpelmann Northern Ir
Sudan Brief | Sep 2018
There are several causes that contribute to child marriage in eastern Sudan, including poverty, lack of education for girls, avoiding stigma and the legality ...
Child marriage, Education, Algadaref, Red Sea State, Kassala, Sudan
Journal Article | Jan 2005
The general and widely accepted definition of corruption as 'the abuse of public office for private gain' presupposes a definite separation between the ...
Project | Jul 2003 - Feb 2004
The report examines the development in Afghanistan between December 2001 and February 2004. Three standards are relevant for such an examination, ranging ...
Afghanistan, Peacebuilding, Asia: Afghanistan
Project | May 2014 - Dec 2017
Sexual and reproductive rights are lightening-rods of controversy in most societies. Political polarization has been particularly pronounced with regard ...
sexual rights, reproductive rights, right to health, lawfare, legal mobilization, abortion, homosexuality, gay rights, Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Uruguay, South Africa, Uganda, India, Philippines, Nepal, Australia, USA, Germany, Poland, Norway