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U4 Issue | May 2019
International missions brought foreign experts to help local partners tackle corruption and organised crime in Kosovo and Guatemala. With unprecedented ...
Book Chapter | Jan 2019
Policing is critical for children’s security but police are also responsible for preventing and addressing crime by children and younger ...
Journal Article | Jan 2009
After almost 25 years of war, the formal justice sector in Afghanistan is dysfunctional, and comprehensive reform of both laws and institutions ...
justice sector reform, Afghanistan
Journal Article | Oct 2009
With the signing of the Peace Accords in 1996 Guatemala's credentials of democratic governance was re-established, but as media reports and ...
Violence, poverty, post-accord, Guatemala
Making development assistance work at home: DfID's approach to clamping down on international bribery and money laundering in the UK
U4 Practice Insight | Jun 2011
Corruption will remain a profitable crime in developing countries as long as counterparts in rich countries are willing to hide stolen resources. ...
international drivers of corruption, United Kingdom
U4 Brief | Sep 2011
Investigative journalism distinguishes itself from regular journalism by its depth and subject matter, often involving crime, political ...
political corruption, investigative journalism, capacity building, East Africa
Journal Article | Apr 2010
Anti-corruption efforts introduced in Ukraine in recent years have predominantly been imposed from the outside. They have been vague, all-inclusive ...
CMI Brief | Jan 2012
During the last decade many Latin American countries have resorted to mano dura (iron fist) politics and militarisation to combat crime, drugs ...
security, human rights, military, peace and conflict, Latin America, Colombia
Flyktningekonvensjonen Artikkel 1 C-F. Folkerettslig og Komparativ Studie av Eksklusjons- og Opphørsgrunnene
CMI Report | Jan 2006
Public faith in the asylum system is based, among other things, on whether authorities involved in the asylum process are able to distinguish ...
Asylpolitikk, Eksklusjon, Flyktningekonvensjonen, Internasjonale forbrytelser, Terrorisme
Journal Article | Jun 2013
This article analyses how state and non-state actors have tried to address the human rights violations and war crimes committed during the civil ...
Civil War, Gamba Spirits, Gorongosa, Human Rights, Local Justice, Mozambique, Transitional Justice, Mozambique
CMI Brief | Jun 2015
This is the third in a series of policy briefs relating to the research project, “The Ethnography of a Divided City: Socio-politics, Poverty ...
CMI Brief | Jun 2015
Este é o terceiro de uma série de resumos de política relacionados com o projecto de investigação “A ...
U4 Brief | Jul 2016
In 2003 Slovakia established a Special Court, subsequently renamed the Special Criminal Court (SCC), principally for corruption and organised ...
justice, anti-corruption courts, Special Criminal Court, specialised anti-corruption bodies, Slovakia
U4 Brief | Jul 2016
The Indonesian Court for Corruption Crimes, or Tipikor court, has handled corruption cases for more than a decade. Initially there was only ...
anti-corruption courts, Special Criminal Court, specialised anti-corruption bodies, justice, Indonesia
Newspaper Op-Ed | Mar 2018
Bangladesh has taken yet another turn on its downwards spiral from democracy to authoritarianism. On 8 February 2018, a Bangladeshi judge convicted ...
News | 13 Aug 2015
In the past, Brazilian intellectuals have coined the term “metaphor of war” to account for the representations of the crime and violence in Rio de Janeiro. The logic of war is at the very core of Rio’s pacification of the favelas, which in practice is carried out through armed confrontations between the police and armed groups within pacified favelas, where the main objective (on both sides), in spite of the rhetoric of peace, is still to kill the enemy.
Event | 19 Nov 2008
This year's biannual seminar cover topics ranging from organised crime and human capital formation, to the role of cash transfers in reducing poverty and vulnerability.
Italy, Tanzania, Sudan
Event | 19 May 2010
The aim of this seminar is to take stock of the situation in Guatemala regarding poverty, security and indigenous rights and analyze the root causes of the disappointing developments following the signing of the peace accords in 1996.
Event | 13 Apr 2011
Elin Skaar's new book analyses the connections between transitional justice and judicial politics. She explores the role of courts in shaping options and trajectories of post-transitional justice - and concretely the chances of criminal prosecutions for past crimes in Argentina, Chile and Uruguay.
Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay
Event | 11 May 2015
Norad’s international corruption hunters network meets in Bergen. Hear how they work to prosecute corrupt criminals.