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'Follow the money!' Policies and practices in donor support to civil society formations in Southern Africa
Report in External Series | Aug 2011
In 2007, the Southern Africa Trust commissioned a study on the trends and impacts of changing aid policies and shifting financial flows to civil society ...
Aid, Southern Africa, Civil Society, Financial Crisis
CMI Working Paper | Jan 1997
This volume reproduces, with minor changes, a set of previously published papers on the history of the origins, formation and evolution of the contract ...
Senior Program Advisor (U4)
Social scientist with a background in Development Studies and South Asian studies.
state, governance, corruption, , India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Mongolia, China
Report in External Series | Jan 2011
This article outlines some of the main policies and interventions for economic development and gender equality in Mozambique since Independence in 1975, ...
Mozambique, Development, Gender
News | 28 Jun 2007
Lise Rakner has been appointed professor in Comparative Politics at the University of Bergen. She is the first female professor at the Institute.
U4 Brief | Dec 2011
Les codes de conduite peuvent-il établir des normes d’éthique réalistes pour les agents publics ? La formation à ...
Report in External Series | Jan 2004
Trust in public finance: Citizens' view on taxation by local authorities in Tanzania Odd-Helge Fjel
Councillors and community leaders - partnership or conflict of interest? Lessons from the sustainable Mwanza project
Report in External Series | Jan 2003
Councillors and community leaders - partnership or conflict of interest? Lessons from the sustainab
Project | Jul - Dec 2006
This project is part of the 'Formative Process Research on Integration in Southern Africa (Foprisa)'. This research component is termed 'Norms and Standards ...
Elections, international norms and standards, electoral administration, election observation, SADC, Southern Africa
News | 20 Dec 2006
CMI presents the first report in a series of three qualitative studies on poverty in Mozambique. The study looks into people's own emic perceptions of poverty, and offers a host of policy implications.
Event | 26 May 2008
Lebanon is currently experiencing its worst political crisis since the civil war ended in 1989. Elizabeth Picard is a leading Middle East scholar, and Lebanon specialist.
Report in External Series | Nov 2011
This evaluation assesses Norway’s peace efforts in Sri Lanka from 1997 to 2009. It tells the story of Norway’s engagement, assesses the effects ...
peacebuilding, , Sri Lanka
Security for many or surplus for the few? Customary tenure and social differentiation in Southern Malawi
Journal Article | Mar 2009
It has been argued that the ambiguities in Malawian customary tenure may aggravate processes of social differentiation and class formation. The article ...
U4 Brief | Jan 2011
Les programmes de formation et d’éducation qui traitent du thème de la corruption et de la santé peuvent contribuer à ...
Security for Many or Surplus for the Few? Customary Tenure and Social Differentiation in Southern Malawi
CMI Working Paper | Jan 2007
It has been argued that the ambiguities in Malawian customary tenure may aggravate processes of social differentiation and class formation. The ...
Land tenure, Customary land, Social differentiation, Malawi, Poverty
Report in External Series | Nov 2016
Since 2001, Western political and military interests have largely defined the nature and magnitude of aid flows. Conventional criteria for development ...
Report in External Series | Jan 2004
The Primary Education Development Plan (PEDP) was introduced in July 2001. The plan includes the abolition of school fees, increased teacher recruitment, ...
Primary education, Development plans, , Africa: Tanzania
Avantages et inconvénients des indemnités journalières : une entrave à la bonne gouvernance du secteur de la santé ?
U4 Brief | Nov 2011
Les indemnités journalières constituent un mécanisme important de remboursement des frais encourus au travail, d’encouragement ...
News | 27 Oct 2014
A new report concludes that Norwegian umbrella and network organisations are effective in building capacity in the South, but are cost-inefficient and have poor systems for monitoring and evaluations. Researchers recommend a channeling of more funds to funding mechanisms for civil society in the South rather than leaning on umbrella and network organisations in Norway.
Journal Article | Jan 1992
This article analyses trends in Norwegian development research since 1975 until today with respect to the number of ongoing projects, institutions and ...