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Event | 15 Mar 2019
Contrary to popular belief, most refugees are not in Europe or North America. 85% of the world's refugees are hosted by low and middle-income countries. ...
Project | Mar - Apr 2000
This is a short-term assignment carried out on behalf of NORAD together with prof. R.L.Smith from LINS, / Oslo and prof. H. Mosha, University of Dar es ...
Institutional development, capacity building, academic co-operation, Africa: Tanzania
Gender composition and group dynamics: Evidence from a laboratory experiment with microfinance clients
Journal Article | Jan 2016
Gender composition and group dynamics: Evidence from a laboratory experiment with microfinance clien
Doctoral Thesis | Aug 2012
This ethnographically grounded study of Chewa people’s foodways traces the involvement of the Chewa people in global development politics and policy ...
CMI Working Paper | Jan 1996
This paper reviews income-generating programmes in Pakistan and Malawi organised by the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC). It compares the different strategies ...
Project | Nov 2009 - Feb 2010
Given the large and increasing quantity of research on anti-corruption in procurement, practitioners need to keep updated on the most current advice, ...
procurement, corruption, development aid
Event | 26 Oct 2017
Breakfast seminar: Catalonia and Self-Determination: An Unexpected Revolution? | Centre on Law and Social Transformation // ...
Event | 10 Nov 2010
Séverine Autesserre's new book The Trouble with the Congo explores the DRC's unsuccessful transition from war to peace and democracy. Hosted by CMI researcher Ingrid Samset, and with CMI's Deputy Director Arne Strand and former CMI Director Gunnar M. Sørbø, this literary salon with author Séverine Autesserre elaborates on the Congo experience and discusses strategies for peacebuilding and international intervention in war-torn areas.
DRC, Congo, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan
Master's Thesis | Nov 2013
The literature suggests that links between social identity and economic outcomes can induce poverty among groups with low social status. This seems to ...
dalit, poverty, poverty dynamics, economics, Nepal, Tarai, Nepal
Transforming Pastoralism: A Case Study of the Rufa'a al Hoi Ethnic Group in the Blue Nile State, Sudan
Sudan Working Paper | Feb 2008
The pastoral sector in Sudan in general and in the Blue Nile State in particular has been marginalized and impoverished as a result of detrimental state ...
CMI Field Note | 23 Oct 2019
Port-au-Prince, October 22, 2019 Well-dressed children in spotless school uniforms on their way to school are usually a common sight in Port-au-Prince. ...
Rights, Law, Haiti
Irregular Migration or Human Trafficking? The Realities of Cross-border Population Mobility in Western Sudan
Sudan Brief | Mar 2020
A new public discourse labels irregular migration as human trafficking. The new discourse has been shaped by emerging globalized migration patterns and ...
migration, borders, human trafficking, trafficking, Sudan, Europe
The paradox of federalism and decentralisation in South Sudan: An instrument and an obstacle for peace
Sudan Brief | Sep 2019
A power sharing agreement and the inauguration of a new government in South Sudan has been put to a halt. Disagreement on the number of states and local ...
Federalism, Decentralisation, South Sudan
CMI Working Paper | Jan 1994
About half of tropical deforestation is commonly explained by the expansion of traditional agriculture (shifting cultivation). This article first questions ...
Shifting cultivation, Agriculture, Deforestation, Indonesia
How to make rural jobs more attractive to health workers. Findings from a discrete choice experiment in Tanzania
Journal Article | Sep 2011
The geographical imbalance of the health workforce in Tanzania represents a serious problem when it comes to delivering crucial health services to a large ...
human resources for health, discrete choice experiments, rural-urban imbalances, Tanzania, Tanzania
News | 10 Jan 2012
In Jordan, churches and mosques are situated side by side. In Sudan, religious minorities can hold powerful positions, but rarely do. Religious domination is not a question of black or white.
IKV Pax Christi CPA alert | 3 Feb 2011
IKV Pax Christi launches its third CPA alert at a decisive moment in the history of Sudan. As we await the official result of South Sudan's referendum on self-determination, it is clear that an overwhelming majority of southerners have voted in favour of independence. But the people of the Nuba Mountains and Blue Nile do not have the right to determine their own political future.
Nefissa Naguib blogs from Cairo: | 6 Jan 2012
Our faith drives us. We do our work with respect and humility. Our aim is to facilitate the distribution of food for every Egyptian who needs it, without discrimination between women or men, Muslim or Christian."
Journal Article | Jan 2012
Quota policies securing the presence of marginalised groups in decision-making bodies have been adopted across sub-Saharan Africa. These policies are ...
Project | May 2017 - Dec 2019
HYRES studies the interaction between Islamist groups and the state in Iraq, Lebanon, Libya and Mali, and asks: Why do some Islamist groups choose to ...
Iraq, Lebanon, Libya and Mali