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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. ...
U4 Issue | Jan 2014
Cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit analysis methods are currently underutilised in evaluations of governance and anti-corruption reforms in developing ...
CMI Working Paper | Mar 2013
Local ownership of international statebuilding processes tends to be understood as a quality which is ‘supported’, ‘fostered’, ...
Post-conflict reconstruction, State-building, Aid, Sierra Leone
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
Event | 20 Apr 2006
Since peace 'broke out' in Angola in 2002, the state has undertaken to establish its civil government apparatus throughout the vast territory. How does the state apparatus interact with the various kinds of 'traditional' leaders and their social power and authority? Prof. Dr. Armando Marques Guedes from the University Nova of Lisbon, N'Gunu Tiny, from London School of Economics and Gonçalo Almeida Ribeiro from Harvard Law School.
News | 20 Sep 2013
"Litigation may be an effective means to secure economic, social and cultural rights," says Camila Gianella. As a result of numerous health rights litigations, the Colombian Constitutional Court ordered extensive structural reforms of the country's health system.
Introducing post-discharge malaria chemoprevention (PMC) for management of severe anemia in Malawian children: a qualitative study of community health workers’ perceptions and motivation
Journal Article | Dec 2018
Background Severe malarial anaemia is one of the leading causes of paediatric hospital admissions in Malawi. Post-discharge malaria chemoprevention ...
Malawi, community health workers, malaria
CMI Report | Nov 2015
This report investigates criminal law reform in Sudan, focusing on two important and controversial legal reforms related to (a) a definition of rape that ...
'He should learn that he cannot get a woman for free’: Male elopers and constructions of masculinity in the Afghan justice system
Journal Article | Mar 2020
This article explores constructions of gender, masculinity, and class in moral crimes prosecutions, and their legal aftermaths in Afghanistan. It argues ...
law, Middle East, class, marriage, sexualities, Afghanistan
Book Chapter | Mar 2020
This chapter examines how transitional governance arrangements are constituted in peace and transitions processes. We map and analyse the relationship ...
transitional governance, constitutions, peacebuilding, peace agreements, political settlements
Angola Brief | Apr 2013
Over the last few years, Angolan legislation on elections and the Angolan national election commission has been strengthened considerably. In legal ...
Elections, Special Institutions, Election commission, Angola
Event | 16 May 2013
Åse Gilje Østensen (UiB) in conversation with Astri Suhrke (CMI) and Kristin Bergtora Sandvik (PRIO/NCHS). Kristin ...
News | 12 Oct 2010
This autumn CMI will host a mini-series of lectures on the social and political role of rights and legal institutions in Latin America.
Event | 22 Nov 2010
Despite broad international attention to corruption and its consequences, the crime continues to be a problem throughout the globe. Senior researcher at CMI and former Governance and Anti-Corruption (GAC) advisor at the World Bank, Tina Søreide, will present some explanations for the lack of anti-corruption progress, with a focus on policy design, legal grey-zones and political agendas.
Commissioned Report | Jan 2006
Twenty-five years of conflict has left Afghanistan with a profound need for extensive intervention to address reconstruction and development requirements, ...
CMI Working Paper | Jan 1997
This paper discusses recent conversation efforts in Northern Pakistan and the relevance of national parks as legal instruments in nature and wildlife ...
Journal Article | Jan 2018
Does Anthropology Matter to Law ? Jeremy Kingsley and Kari Telle Journal of Legal Anthropology jer
Journal Article | Jan 2013
This article provides a critical reflection on the efforts at legal reconstruction initiated in 2001 by the international community and the Afghan government. ...
Report in External Series | Mar 2012
Serious shortcomings in Sudanese laws and practices contribute to the lack of protection of victims of rape in Sudan. There is need for comprehensive ...
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 ...