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Journal Article | Jan 2019
Cooperative norms and behavior are considered to be essential requirements for sustainable stabilization and development in conflict-affected states. ...
Journal Article | Jul 2014
This paper assesses rural households’ decision to use improved maize varieties in Malawi and examines its impact on household welfare using a three-year ...
improved maize, , technology adoption, , input subsidy, , food security, , Malawi, , Africa
Journal Article | Jun 2016
This article analyzes the factors associated with vulnerability of the Ashaninka, the most populous indigenous Peruvian Amazonian people, to tuberculosis ...
Journal Article | Sep 2012
Reconciliation is one of the most contested concepts in the scholarly debate on transitional justice, and arguably also the most difficult to measure ...
transitional justice, truth, justice, reconciliation, impact assessment
News | 1 Feb 2005
This book deals with the prospects for peaceful change, human rights and state-building in the Horn of Africa. There are few regions in the world that are more in need of peace and human security, yet prospects are threatened by numerous sources of conflict.
Event | 11 Feb 2015
Yousuf Assidiq from Minotenk and Truls Tønnessen, FFI in conversation with Åse Gilje Østensen.
Introduction. Exploring the sosio-economic, sosio-political and civilizational determinants for the realization of internationally recognized human rights
Book Chapter | Jan 1992
(From page ix-xvii)
Book Chapter | Nov 2009
Land issues and poverty reduction: Requirements for lasting peace in Sudan and Afghanistan Gunnar
Land, Peace keeping, Poverty reduction, Sudan, Afghanistan
Event | 23 Jan 2012
Are we witnessing a power shift from the West to the East?
CMI Working Paper | Jan 2005
Entering the third decade of multiparty democracy on the African continent, incumbents appear able to secure electoral mandates without opening for extensive ...
Elections, Electoral administration, Malawi, Malawi Electoral Commission
CMI Working Paper | Jan 1998
This paper develops a dynamic computational bioeconomic model with the objective of assessing protected marine reserves as fisheries management tools. ...
Report in External Series | Jan 2016
The evaluation has assessed Fredskorpset's (FK Norway) approach and strategy when it comes to strengthening civil society in developing countries. This ...
development aid, , civil society, capacity development, volunteers, Norway, Tanzania, Uganda, South Africa, Thailand, Cambodia
Journal Article | Jun 2013
The transitional justice (TJ) field has gone through phases in which the role of actors and their environments – or structure and agency, more broadly ...
Actors, Human Rights, International Criminal Court (ICC), Post-conflict, Transitional Justice
Journal Article | Jan 2014
We compare the procedures and structures for supporting results measurement and evaluation between the Norwegian aid administration, the World Bank, Danida ...
counterfactual, interventions, institutions, foreign assistance
U4 Brief | May 2016
Development agencies, by definition, must engage with corruption risk. Working in settings where corruption is engrained in governance ...
anti-corruption, corruption risk management, donor policies, integrity in aid, OECD
Understanding Inequalities in Child Health in Ethiopia: Health Achievements Are Improving in the Period 2000– 2011
Journal Article | Sep 2014
Objective: In Ethiopia, coverage of key health services is low, and community based services have been implemented to improve access to key services. ...
In search of the impact of international support for political parties in new democracies: Malawi and Zambia compared
Journal Article | Dec 2010
Democracy assistance programmes have gradually included support for political parties in addition to support for civil society, parliaments and the electoral ...
Democratization, Comparative analysis, Malawi, Zambia
Event | 28 May 2008
New land reforms are again high on the policy agenda and low-cost, pro-poor reforms are being tested in poor countries. Stein T. Holden, professor at the Norwegian University of Life Science, looks at the Tigray region in Ethiopia.
U4 Issue | Nov 2016
Corruption has recently risen up the global wildlife conservation agenda with a series of international agreements highlighting the role of corruption ...
natural resource management
CMI Report | Jan 1993
On 29 December 1992 the first multi-party elections since 1966 were held in Kenya. This report provides a critical assessment of the circumstances surrounding ...
Democratisation, Elections, Africa, Kenya