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Bands crossing borders: A review of the cooperation between South Africa's Field Band Foundation and Norges Musikkorps Forbund
CMI Report | Nov 2013
The Bands Crossing Borders project between South Africa’s Field Band Foundation and the Norwegian Band Federation was initiated in 1999 and funded ...
Music, Norway, South Africa
Monitoring and evaluating poverty reduction policies in Mozambique: Social relations of rural-urban poverty
CMI Brief | Aug 2009
Many communities in Mozambique find themselves in the rural-urban interface, either by being small towns or rural areas in the vicinity of cities. There ...
poverty reduction, , Mozambique
Report in External Series | Sep 2008
This study compares the evolution of the state-of-the-art in research and analysis of anticorruption and transparency with World Bank practice. The first ...
Anti-corruption, corruption, World Bank
News | 13 Oct 2010
Read the public address of Gen Salva Kiir Mayardit on his return from the official visit to the United States of America.
Who's helping Who?NGO Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance. With Special Reference to Afghanistan (1985 -2001)
Doctoral Thesis | Jan 2003
Who's helping Who?NGO Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance. With Special Reference to Afghanista
News | 27 Nov 2008
Hilde K.Kjøstvedt has won a PhD scholarship at CMI. Her PhD-project will focus on women in Islamic civil society organisations in the occupied Palestinian West Bank.
News | 24 Aug 2015
Corruption keeps people thirsty. It damages drinking supplies and sanitation and makes water inaccessible and unaffordable. Because dirty water can be deadly, cleaning up the water sector is a matter of life and death. Below is some advice for what donors can do to help prevent corruption in water management.
Sudan Report | Jan 2011
The Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) of 2005 provided southern Sudanese with the right to self-determination through a referendum vote that took place ...
Journal Article | Jan 2014
Background Multiple principles are relevant in priority setting, two of which are often considered particularly important. According to the greater benefit ...
Priority setting, Prioritarianism, Cost-effectiveness, Equity weights, Quality-adjusted life years, Political philosophy, Empirical ethics
Book Chapter | Apr 2013
The business case for CSR refers to the idea that companies should adopt socially responsible practices out of self-interest. This article critically ...
Journal Article | Aug 2009
Security concerns are creeping into new aspects of everyday life in Indonesia, resulting in new organizational forms and ways of perceiving self and society. ...
Dharma wisesa, ontological uncartainty, power, security, spirit, army, Indonesia
Edited Book | Jan 2012
The relationship between religious majorities and minorities in the Middle East is often construed as one of domination versus powerlessness. While this ...
Religion, Minorities, Middle East
Book Chapter | Jan 2012
Freedom of religion in Sudan Anne Sofie Roald Religious minorities in the Middle East. Domination,
Using power and influence analysis to address corruption risks: The case of the Ugandan drug supply chain
U4 Brief | Jul 2012
Power and influence analysis can be used to assess corruption vulnerabilities in the public sector. This approach helps identify powerful stakeholders ...
News | 22 Mar 2013
The late Hugo Chavez proclaimed himself a feminist and opened up new arenas for women's activism in Venezuela. Poor women challenged their traditional roles as mothers and wives and took a collective step into the public sphere. Yet, their struggle is not so much about women's liberation from a Western feminist perspective as it is a fight for alleviating poverty and opening up new spaces for women's political participation.
Book Chapter | Jan 2019
The plain drone and the armed drone differ greatly in their impact on human security. The plain drone is essentially neutral; its impact depends on the ...
Journal Article | Jun 2013
From the worldwide rise in food prices to the harassment of a Tunisian produce vendor whose self-immolation set off the Arab Spring, food has been a key ...
Pro-social preferences and self-selection into the public health sector: evidence from an economic experiment
Journal Article | Jul 2012
Motivational crowding-out theory establishes that the effectiveness of financial incentive schemes, like pay-for-performance, crucially depends on the ...
Pro-social preferences, career choice, economic experiments, health workers, Tanzania
U4 Issue | Jan 2014
Tax revenue can help governments finance development and decrease reliance on foreign aid. But tax-motivated illicit financial flows – tax ...
international drivers of corruption
Journal Article | Nov 2010
In Jerusalem in the 1960s two nuns belonging to the Polish Order of the Sisters of St. Elizabeth experienced a calling to help relieve the suffering among ...
care giving, gift, orphans, resilience, war, Israel