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Instituto de Estudios sobre Desarrollo y Cooperación Internacional

Nazioarteko Lankidetza eta Garapenari Buruzko Ikasketa Institutua

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ENVIO

37, Nº 430-431
  • El país en "modo apuesta"
  • Eliseo Núñez: qué debemos entender y hacer los liberales
  • Las contradictorias relaciones del FSLN con la religión
  • Un fraude electoral con sabor a golpe de Estado imperial
  • El sistema se resiste a cambiar
  • Las batallas de los lisiados de la guerra
  • Un fantasma recorre el planeta

POLITIQUE AFRICAINE

2017, Nº 147
La forge corporelle du politique
  • Derrière le sport et les pratiques ludomotrices. Subjetctivation et mobilisation para le corps en Afrique Subsharienne. Thomas Riot et Nicolas Bancel
  • Par le corps et pour l'État: l'ITORERO et les techniques réflexives du corps eu Rwanda. Molly Sundberg
  • Corps travaillés dans la lutte. Fabriquer des lutteurs de Lámb á Dakar. Francesco Fanali
  • Du "mess des officiers" à "Haleluya FC": politiquesdu corps, ivresse sportive et inflaxion de l'heritage nationaliste au Burundi. Dèsirè Manirakiza
  • Des corps connectès: les Ghana Young Pionners, tête de proue de la mondialisation du Nkrumahisme (1960-1966). Claire Nicolas
  • Un art guerrier aux frontièrs des Grand Lacs. Aux racines dansèes du Front Patriotique Rwandais. Thomas Riot, Nicolas Bancel et Paul Rutaysire
  • Les courtiers producteurs du dèveloppement agricole: tabaculture ed diffèrenciation sociale en zone rurale au Malawi. Paul Grassin

FOMENTO SOCIAL, Revista de

2017, Vol. 72/3-4, Nº 287-288
  • Efectos de la globalización sobre la distribución personal de la renta. Una aproximación teórica. Gabriel Pérez Alcalá
  • Desarrollo humano inclusivo y sostenible: objetivos, problemas, conceptos entornos y enfoques. Reflexiones para la construcción de políticas y aplicación de instrumentos. Francisco Amador Hidalgo
  • Desarrollo constitucional y globalización. _ Antonio J. Porras Nadales_
  • Claves para aprender a mirar. El lugar hermenéutico Mª Luz Ortega Carpio
  • La educación en la Agenda Internacional de Desarrollo Ana Hernández Román
  • S. I.: Capitalismo y mercado en el pensamiento de Francisco en sus cuatro primeros años de pontificado Ildefonso Camacho Laraña
  • La copa de champán: la desigualdad Guillermo Rodríguez–Izquierdo Gavala
  • Soberanía y subsidiariedad para un desarrollo humano integral José Mª Margenat Peralta S. I. y Eduardo Ibáñez Ruiz del Porta
  • “Marketing” y desarrollo: una cuestión ineludible Rafael Araque Padilla y Mª José Montero Simó
  • La crisis del proyecto de la Unión Europea. Esta vez es distinto _Pedro Caldentey del Pozo
  • De la Europa de los mercados a la Europa de las personas. La Carta de los Derechos Fundamentales de la Unión Europea Juan Ignacio Font Galán
  • Entre vieja barbarie y nueva civilización: ¿qué Europa después de Europa? José A. Pérez Tapias
  • La convergencia regional en la Unión Europea: un análisis para el periodo 1995–2007 Pilar Campoy–Muñoz
  • José Juan Romero como investigador social Adolfo Rodero Franganillo
  • Impacto de la crisis económica en la asignación y distribución de la ayuda oficial para el desarrollo para la cobertura de necesidades sociales básicas. Análisis de los principales donantes internacionales Yolanda Muñoz Ocaña, Mercedes Torres Jiménez y Mariano Carbonero Ruz
  • El oficio de reconciliar… a los que están en el camino Alberto Ares Mateos S. I.
  • ¿Tránsito seguro? Migrantes centroamericanos en México: una mirada desde Europa Cristina Manzanedo Negueruela
  • El desarrollo en Andalucía: la distribución de la renta, la pobreza y la desigualdad Mª del Carmen López Martín y Ricardo Molero Simarro
  • La cooperación universitaria para el desarrollo de ETEA: treinta años de cooperación con Centroamérica. Una propuesta entre las capacidades del ser humano y el modelo jesuita universitario y social Mª José Vázquez de Francisco
  • Influjo de José Juan Romero en el espíritu de la Fundación ETEA Lorenzo Estepa Mohedano, Francisco Rafael Santos Carrillo y Antonio Sianes Castaño
  • El arte flamenco, desde su origen hacia la internacionalización Salud Millán Lara, Juan Mª Arjona Fuentes y Genoveva Millán Vázquez de la Torre
  • Contribución de José Juan Romero a los estudios sobre desarrollo rural Eduardo Moyano Estrada
  • El sector agrario y el desarrollo de los territorios rurales en España Vicente González Cano, Pedro Pablo Pérez Hernández y José Manuel Martín Lozano
  • La investigación agraria en los años originarios de ETEA. El papel central del Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC) Antonio Rodero Franganillo, Evangelina Rodero Serrano y Evangelina Becerra Rodero
  • Ciclo adaptativo y cambio rural: el enfoque territorial en la gestión de la resiliencia rural Mateo Ambrosio–Albalá
  • La accesibilidad como instrumento para estimar la ruralidad: el caso de Andalucía Javier Rodero Cosano, Mª Luisa Rodero Cosano y Jesús de Miguel Lasarte López
  • El oleoturismo como factor de desarrollo en zonas rurales de Andalucía Luis Amador Hidalgo
  • La dehesa, un territorio añorado Augusto Gómez Cabrera
  • El fomento de la unión de ánimos, parte de la misión en una universidad jesuita José Mª Guibert Ucín S. I. - La función social de la universidad ante los retos y desafíos del siglo XXI:posibles aportaciones de las instituciones de inspiración ignaciana Julio Jiménez Escobar
  • La cultura como tarea radical de la universidad. Un tema orteguiano para homenajear a José Juan Romero
  • Misión compartida, peregrinando en fraternidad Araceli de los Ríos Berjillos, Mercedes Ruiz Lozano y Pilar Tirado Valencia
  • Reflexiones sobre la labor docente en un centro universitario de la Compañía de Jesús Francisco José Martínez Estudillo
  • Formando profesionales comprometidos con las diferencias María del Mar Ridaura López
  • Reflexiones sobre la gratuidad en el ámbito de las actividades universitarias Horacio D. Molina Sánchez y Jesús N. Ramírez Sobrino
  • Amistad como identidad (José Juan Romero) Sandra Racionero Plaza
  • La convergente misión educativa jesuita en SAFA y en ECCA Luis Espina Cepeda S. I.
  • Puentes entre el Servicio Jesuita a Migrantes y los centros jesuitas de educación superior para el diálogo interreligioso con el Islam Josep Buades Fuster S. I. y Gonzalo Villagrán Medina S. I.:
  • Pobreza, desigualdad, libertad José Javier Rodríguez Alcaide -
  • La libertad de empresa: el marco institucional y su contenido esencial Manuel Paniagua Zurera
  • Una reflexión sobre la misión de la empresa: perspectiva financiera versus “stakeholders” Manuel Cabanes Fuentes

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT JOURNAL

2018, Vol. 53, Nº 1
  • The transition movement as a politics and pedagogy in communities. _Callum McGregor and Jim Crowther.
  • Interfering politicians: the underbelly of a local community development within a South Africa context. Monique Marks and Kira Erwin
  • Participatory exclusion of women in natural resource management: silent voices from wetland communities in Bangladesh. _Mahed-UI-Islam Choudhury, C. Emdad Haque and Sanzidada Habib
  • Community participation for sustainable rural development: revisiting South Korean rural modernization of the 1970s. Yunjeong Yang
  • Love in community work in rural Timor-Leste: a co-operative inquiry for a participation framework of practice. Naomi Joy Godden
  • Measuring community resilience: developing and applying a 'hybrid evaluation' approach. Artur Steiner, Mike Woolvin and Sarah Skerratt
  • The 'business of community development' and the right to the city: reflections on the neoliberalization processes in urban community development. Julia Fursova
  • Impact of displacement on a livelihood: a case study of Odisha. _Neelman Jaysawal and Sudeshna Saha
  • Assessing the effect of corporate social responsabilty on community development in the Niger Delta: a corporate perspective. _Uwafiakun Idemudia and Nedo Osayande
  • A comparative analysis of the role of traditional and modern community development in Ogoniland, Nigeria. _Nwamaka Okeke-Ogbuafor, Tim Gray and Seline Marguerite Stead

TIEMPO DE PAZ

2017, Nº 127
Las migraciones y el desarrollo
  • Migraciones y desarrollo, una compleja vinculación. Manuel Lorenzo
  • Sobre migraciones y refugio: de los conceptos y de su marco normativo en el escenario internacional. Gemma Pinyol-Jimenez
  • Los acuerdos de la UE sobre migración, refugio y asilo. Santiago Mendioroz
  • Migraciones irregulares y desarrollo. Carmen Pérez González
  • ¿Derecho a movilidad o derecho a tener derechos? Felix Vasca Fernánez
  • El Fondo Fiduciario para África: ¿Una herramienta de desarrollo, seguridad o gestión de migraciones? Giulia da Ponte
  • La inconcebible respuesta ante el desafío de los movimientos humanos. Estrella Gálan y Núria Díaz
  • Obligaciones en materia de rescate en el mar y responsabilidad internacional. El caso de la playa de Tarajal. J. Daniel Oliva Martínez
  • Salvamento en el mar. Manuel Blanco
  • Securitización de las migraciones y la externalización de fronteras en España y la Unión Europea: es eficaz y lícito el modelo español? Ángel González Navas
  • La inclusión de jóvenes refugiados en Alemania. ¿Qué necesitan los jóvenes para establecer y hacer uso de su potencial? Irina Bohn y Alejandro Rada
  • La inmigración y su contribución a la sociedad civil española y el desarrollo. Joan Lacomba y Mourad Aboussi
  • Migraciones en Marruecos: estrategia para un proyecto social. Rachid Badouli
  • Entrevista. Cristina Álvarez Merino

REFUGEE STUDIES, Journal of

2018, Vol. 31, Nº 1
  • Beyond Labelling: Rethinking the Role and Value of the Refugee 'Label' through Semiotics. Giorgia Cole
  • Coming Out Under the Gun: Exploring the Psychological Dimensions of Seeking Refugee Status for LGBT Claimants in Canada. Sarille Khan and Edward J. Alessi
  • The Right to Belong (If You Can Afford It): Market-based Restrictions on Social Cizitenship in Refugee Resettlment? Breanne L. Grace, Stephanie J. Nawyn and Betty Okwako
  • A Moral Marriage: Humanitarian Values and Bhutanese Refugees. Alice M. Neikirk
  • Know the Neighbour: Residential Integration and Social Bridging among Refugee Settlers in Greater Brisbane. Aparna Hebbani, Val Colic-Peisker and Maired Mackinnon

VIENTO SUR. POR UNA IZQUIERDA ALTERNATIVA

2018, Nº 156
  • Chile: ¿Un parto en una funeraria? La formación del Frente Amplio. Luis Thielmann
  • Europa: Territorio, transportes y luchas locales en Notre-Dame-des-Landes y los Alpes. Kristin Ross
  • ¿Qué hacer con los cuidados?
  • Inventó Marx el socialismo? Michel Husson
  • Qué queria decir Gramsci y cómo se aplica en la actualidad? Gilbert Achar
  • Horizontes del colonialismo interno en Galiza. Javier de Pablo
  • De regreso a nosotros. Antonio Crespo Massieu
  • Cambio climático S.A. Juanjo Álvarez
  • Mujeres de Octubre. El Código Soviético de la Familia de 1918. Rebeca Moreno
  • La frontera como mètodo, o la multiplicación del trabajo. Begoña Zabala
  • Gamonal, la historia desde abajo. Victor Atobas

AMERICA LATINA HOY: REVISTA DE CIENCIAS SOCIALES

2017, Vol. 77

-Proximidad ideológica en las elecciones presidenciales en Costa Rica, El Salvador y Honduras. Juan Antonio Rodriguez Zepeda y Patricia Otero Felipe

  • La incidencia de las pandillas en los barrios salvadoreños y su efecto en la legitimidad política. Abby Córdova
  • Mujer costarricenses y multiculturalismo tardío: reforma de la Constitución de la República (blanca) de Costa Rica. Marianela Muñoz Muñoz
  • Una sensibilidad focalizada: opinión pública y politica exterior de Costa Rica hacia Nicaragua. _Adrian Pignataro y Carlos Humberto Cascante Segura.
  • Politica en las politicas de calidad de la educación en Centroamerica. Juan Muñoz Portillo
  • La movilidad de estudiantes en America Central: ¿en busca del hegemonic knowledge? Edorta Camino Esturo
  • "I can't get no satisfaction". Servicios públicos, democracia y clases medias en Amèrica Latina. Esther Güemes y Ludolfo Paramio
  • La contribución de la revista Vitral al fortalecimiento de la sociedad civil en Cuba. Delia Contreras García

PUEBLOS

2018, Nº 76
Tratados comerciales, ofensiva contra nuestra vidas
  • Claves para interpretar la nueva oleada de tratados y acuerdos de comercio e inversión Gonzalo Fernández-Ortiz de Zárate
  • Manual de instrucciones para leer un tratado Amaia Pérez Orozco
  • La Unión Europea, epicentro de la nueva oleada de tratados de comercio e inversión Tom Kucharz
  • Entrevista a Juan Hernández Zubizarreta: “Se está decidiendo quién es titular de derechos humanos y quién no” Andrea Gago Menor
  • Acuerdo UE-Mercosur, o el viejo proyecto neoliberal europeo para América Latina Gorka Martija
  • Acuerdo UE-México: fomento de inversiones que ignoran la violación sistemática de los derechos humanos por parte de las multinacionales Cecilia Olivet
  • La OMC, los tratados de comercio e inversión y sus consecuencias en la agricultura europea (Andoni García) El agua frente a la embestida de los nuevos tratados: ¿elemento de vida o recurso económico? Ruth Pérez Lázaro
  • Impactos sobre la clase trabajadora de los tratados de comercio e inversión Laura González de Txabarri
  • Sobre finanzas y acuerdos de comercio e inversión. Los capitales son mucho más libres que tú Yago Álvarez Barba
  • Impactos de la nueva oleada de acuerdos comerciales en los servicios públicos: Estado mínimo, mercado máximo Viviana Barreto
  • Regular a las empresas para defender los derechos humanos: un desafío global Erika González, Juan Hernández y Pedro Ramiro
  • “Ayuntamientos del cambio” frente al poder corporativo: límites y posibilidades Pedro Ramiro y Erika González
  • Euskal Herrian TTIP/CETA-ri ez! La experiencia vasca contra los tratados de comercio e inversión Gorka Martija y Marije Etxebarria
  • Feminismo contra el capitalismo: acumulado de las mujeres en lucha en América Latina _Tica Moreno-
  • La soberanía feminista: repensando las soberanías desde la vida Uzuri Aboitiz Hidalgo
  • Alternativas alimentarias para las mayorías Javier Guzmán

MUJERES DEL MUNDO = MUNDUKO EMAKUMEAK

2018, Nº 69
  • Apoyo desde los barrios
  • La sombra de Kafka
  • Prekarietate gorriari, kamiseta berdea eta borroka morea
  • Todos los derechos para todas las personas
  • Este padrón si que pica
  • Propuesta de reforma de la RGI
  • Sede de mujeres Antifascistas
  • Todas las homofobias son externas
  • Salarios de empleadas de hogar
  • El test de Brechdel
  • Cocinando la huelga feminista
  • Yo te creo
  • Poesía
  • Feministok garraren aurka
  • Sex o no ser
  • Mujeres refugiadas
  • Acuerpadas por Lolita
  • Taller en Marienea
  • Ágnes Varga
  • Mercado de las especias
  • Entrevista a Alejandra Muñoz
  • Taller de escritura
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DEVELOPMENT

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PaísITALIA. SOCIETY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Publicada por la Society for Internacional Development (SID) en lengua inglesa. En sus publicaciones ofrece perspectivas alternativas sobre la sociedad civil, políticas de desarrollo y estrategias comunitarias concernientes a temas como calidad de vida, género y justicia social. Su objetivo es mantener al día cuestiones importantes en el mundo actual que esta en continuo cambio social e institucional. En Hegoa se pueden consultar los números desde el año 1988. Más información aquí.

Última entrega

  • Editorial: Financing for Development: The Progress Money Cannot Buy
  • Guest Editorial: The Monterrey Consensus, 14 Years Later
  • Financing for Development: Trade, Aid, Tax
  • Towards the Privatization of Global Governance?
  • United Nations and Business Community: Out-Sourcing or Crowding In?
  • Which Finances for Which Development?
  • A Feminist Perspective on the Follow-Up Process for Financing for Development
  • Free Trade Agreements, Trade Policy and Multilateralism
  • Lessons from the Dead: The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement as Model Free Trade Agreement
  • Re-Building the World: The Structural Adjustment Through Mega-Infrastructures in the Era of Financialization
  • Development Finance Takes ‘Private Turn’: Implications and Challenges Ahead
  • Innovative Finance for Development: The Financial Transaction Tax’s Bumpy Road to Progress
  • Global Financial Reform Needed, But Unlikely
  • Trade in Financing for Development
  • Debt and Systemic Issues: Falling Short of Good Governance Principles at the International Level
  • Regulating Corporate Responsibility and Finance for Development
  • Contractual Vs. Rules-Based Approaches to Sovereign Debt Restructuring
  • Sovereign Debt Restructuring After Argentina
  • Investment Protection Agreements, Human Rights and Sustainable Development: An Uneasy Mix -Common but Differentiated Responsibilities: Which Way Forward?
2016, Vol. 3-4, Nº 59
  • Editorial: Stumbling Towards Climate Justice
  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Who is Who in the Fight Against Climate Change
  • Slaying the Carbon-Consuming Colonial Hydra: Indigenous Contributions to Climate Action
  • In Between Rhetoric and the UNFCCC’s Detachment from the Lived Realities of the People on the Frontlines of the Climate Crisis
  • Mapping Climate in the Twenty-First Century
  • Running in Quicksand: Environmental Change, Migration, and the Policy Imperatives
  • The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: Bringing Climate Justice to Climate Action
  • Peasant Farming, a Refuge in Times of Crises
  • Food Security in a Changing Climate: A Plea for Ambitious Action and Inclusive Development
  • Are International Non-Governmental Development Organizations Fuelling a ‘Conspiracy of Silence’ Around Climate Injustice?
  • NGOs and the Climate Justice Movement in the Age of Trumpism
  • Climate Change and Energy in East Africa
  • New Times for Women and Gender Issues in Biodiversity Conservation and Climate Justice
  • A Kenyan Youth Perspective on Climate Change
  • Interconnection of Climate Change, Agriculture and Climate Justice: Complexities for Feeding the World Under Changing Climate
  • ‘It Sells, But It Does Not Fly’: An Early Assessment of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
  • Reinvigorating the Public Sector: The Case of Food Security, Small-scale Farmers, Trade and Intellectual Property Rules
  • Sustainability and Well-Being: A Happy Synergy
  • Farming for a Small Planet: Agroecology Now
  • Hydro-Politics of the Nile: The Role of South Sudan
2015, Vol. 58
  • Resisting Rural Appropriation: Embracing agroecology to transform globalization Stefano Prato
  • Rural Modernity: An oxymoron or a new vision?: Interview with Andrea Ferrante Angela Zarro
  • Declaration of the International Forum for Agroecology, Nyéléni, Mali: 27 February 2015
  • Can We Still Only Think ‘Rural’? Bridging the rural–urban divide for rural transformation in a globalized world Bruno Losch
  • What Future for Rural Areas? Seven plausible rural transformations Robin Bourgeois
  • Opportunities and Challenges for ‘Rural Transformation’ in the 2030 Agenda Bettina Prato
  • Income Inequalities in Perspective Vladimir Popov, Jomo Kwame Sundaram
  • Understanding and Addressing Inequalities in the Context of Structural Transformation in Africa: A Synthesis of Seven Country Studies Dzodzi Tsikata
  • Agricultural Growth, Poverty and Inequality in Developing Countries Katsushi S. Imai, Wenya Cheng, Raghav Gaiha
  • Rethinking Cities in Rural Transformation: The role of territories Julio A Berdegué, Felicity J Proctor
  • Small Farms Big Picture: Smallholder agriculture and structural transformation George Rapsomanikis
  • Roles of Rural Areas in Sustainable Food System Transformations Molly D. Anderson
  • The WAW International Typology as a Mechanism to Monitor Agricultural and Rural Transformations Marie-Aude Even, Silvia Saravia-Matus, Jean-Francois Giovannetti
  • Learning as we Leap: What we need to know about development in the context of rural transformation Emily Hogue -Agroecology as an Alternative Vision to Conventional Development and Climate-smart Agriculture MICHEL PIMBERT
  • Seed Sovereignty in Africa: Challenges and opportunities Mariam Mayet
  • Agrarian Transformation(s) in Africa: What’s in it for Women in Rural Africa? Ruth Nyambura
  • Accountability and the Empowerment of Rural People’s Organizations in Global Rural Transformation Nora McKeon
  • Pastoralist Ownership of Rural Transformation: The adequate path to change Pablo Manzano
  • Participatory Local Democracy: Key to community-led rural development John Coonrod
2015, Vol. 58
  • Resisting Rural Appropriation: Embracing agroecology to transform globalization Stefano Prato
  • Rural Modernity: An oxymoron or a new vision?: Interview with Andrea Ferrante Angela Zarro
  • Declaration of the International Forum for Agroecology, Nyéléni, Mali: 27 February 2015
  • Can We Still Only Think ‘Rural’? Bridging the rural–urban divide for rural transformation in a globalized world Bruno Losch
  • What Future for Rural Areas? Seven plausible rural transformations Robin Bourgeois
  • Opportunities and Challenges for ‘Rural Transformation’ in the 2030 Agenda Bettina Prato
  • Income Inequalities in Perspective Vladimir Popov, Jomo Kwame Sundaram
  • Understanding and Addressing Inequalities in the Context of Structural Transformation in Africa: A Synthesis of Seven Country Studies Dzodzi Tsikata
2014, Vol. 57, Nº 1

UPFRONT

  • Shared Societies: A new approach to planetary conviventia. Stefano Prato
  • Guest Editorial: Interrogating Shared Societies Through Practice and Theory.Clem McCartney
  • Shared Societies and Economic Development. Cassam Uteem

THEMATIC SECTION: SHARED SOCIETIES AND THE NEW DEVELOPMENT AGENDA

  • The UN Concept of Development and the Vision of Shared Societies. Danilo Türk
  • Time for Action . Amina Mohammed
  • Rethinking Social Development for a Post-2015 World.Sarah Cook and Esuna Dugarova
  • Radical Ecological Democracy: A path forward for India and beyond. Ashish Kothari

DIALOGUE: KEY DETERMINANTS OF SHARED SOCIETIES

  • Why Horizontal Inequalities are Important for a Shared Society. Frances Stewart
  • A Voice in the Process: A cross-national look at ethnic inclusion and economic growth in the world. Jóhanna K Birnir and Eric Dunford
  • Shared Societies and Peace: The ends and means of development. Steve Killelea
  • 11 Years of the African Women’s Rights Protocol: Progress and challenges. Faiza Jama Mohamed

LOCAL/GLOBAL ENCOUNTERS: CONTEXTUALIZING SHARED SOCIETIES

  • Building a Shared and Harmonious Society in China: An ethnic minority perspective. Jiansheng Huang
  • The Arab Uprisings and the Prospects for Building Shared Societies. Dina Shehata
  • Development Challenges in Achieving Fiscal Autonomy in the Bangsamoro. Senen Bacani and Miriam Coronel Ferrer
  • Building ‘Shared Societies’ in Pacific Island States: Prospects and challenges. Claire Slatter
2013, Vol. 56, Nº 4

UPFRONT

  • Reflects on the manner in which foresight has been applied in various situations and what this portends for its future.Arthur Muliro and Aidan Eyakuze
  • The Importance of Distinguishing the Map from the Territory: Interview with Andre Zaaiman Insights and reflections on the habits and discipline required to transform futures work into action.
  • Democratize Foresight and Accelerate Learning: Interview with Olugbenga Adesida Reflections from working with African governments to embed foresight practice in key departments and some suggestions for the future.
  • Foresight as Social Hygiene: Interview with Alioune Sall and Geci Keruri-Sebina Identifies key obstacles to making foresight effective in shaping policy in Africa and makes a case for its continued application.
  • Unasked Questions and Policy Applications of Foresight: Interview with Leon Fuerth.
    Argues strongly for a central role for foresight processes in defining the agenda for governance and politics
  • Dispatches from the Frontline: Using pro-poor foresight to influence decision-making Reflects on the experiences of a four-year process working with foresight around the world how it has attempted to influence policy and action. Highlights some of the techniques used and proposes lessons and observations from these experiences.Aidan Eyakuze and Arthur Muliro

THEMATIC SECTION: REFLECTIONS ON FORESIGHT IN PRACTICE

  • Ensuring a Closer Fit: Insights on making foresight relevant to policymaking FREE Identifies major challenges to the utility and use of foresight by policy makers and decision-makers and suggests ways forward to overcome them.Helene Lavoix
  • Ideas Need People Argues that a key ingredient for the success of scenario-type exercises is building strong networks of individuals that keep ideas alive and facilitate learning.Barbara Heinzen
  • Towards Improved Development Effectiveness: Engaging the power of foresight thinking in development investment processes Challenges the development industry to embrace foresight in its working methods so as to improve its overall effectiveness.Claire A Nelson

DIALOGUE: ACTIVELY SEARCHING FOR CHANGE — THE CONTRIBUTION OF FORESIGHT

  • Foresight as a Tool in Water Resource Development . Reflects on why the World Water Vision process of 2000 did not have the intended impact and how current water foresight processes are learning from this experience. Catherine E Cosgrove and William J Cosgrove
  • Visioning Change and Alternative Futures: Foresight as a research and planning tool Reviews the use of foresight in research policy planning and argues for increased adaptation of global assessments to local needs and for technical support pool to backstop adaptation efforts. Siwa Msangi
  • ‘Banana Out of Republic?’: On the political economy of Africa’s transformation Argues that with sustained good policies, the outcomes of Africa’s recent economic resurgence are bound to be different from those of the past.Steve Kayizzi-Mugerwa
  • South Africa’s Future AIDS Governance: A focused elite survey Reviews South Africa’s current response to the epidemic and identifies critical decision points that will determine its future trajectory.Pieter Fourie and Charl Swart

LOCAL/GLOBAL ENCOUNTERS: INSTITUTIONS APPLYING FORESIGHT – REFLECTIONS, SUCCESSES AND LESSONS LEARNT

  • Future Studies and Policy Design: Reflections on a 20-year experience at FORO Nacional Internacional in Peru Details the experiences of trying to institutionalize foresight work in Peru over the past decades and the current opportunities that could be built upon. Mario Bazán, Pasko Kisic and Jorge Chávez
  • Anticipating and Influencing a Global Future Illustrates how policymakers at the highest level can be integrated into foresight processes in order to make insights or recommendations that emerge from these exercises credible and actionable.Anumita Raj
  • A Foresight Study of Boyacá’s Industrial Corridor Towards 2019 Describes an effort to propel a Colombian region towards a desired future based on seven strategies derived from a ’best case scenario’.Francisco José Mojica Sastoque, Julio César Acosta Prado and José Oswaldo Espinosa Cuervo
2014, Vol. 56, Nº 3

UPFRONT: RETHINKING GOVERNANCE, CITIZENSHIP AND PARTNERSHIPS.

  • Embracing Citizenship – The challenge of governance. Stefano Prato, Arthur Muliro
  • Global Partnership: Thoughts on a new leitmotif for international politics. Horst Köhler
  • Governance in Africa: Challenges for the next 50 years. Peter Anyang' Nyong'o

THEMATIC SECTION: ASYMMETRY IN THE PUZZLE: NEW CHALLENGES TO OLD PROBLEMS-

  • Understanding Italian Politics. Roberto Savio
  • Security, Governance and Regional Integration: Issues in today’s Africa. Ibrahim Farah, Hawa Noor, Charles Kisame, Khadija Hussein
  • The Curse of Sisyphus: Why democracy isn’t necessarily good for press freedom in Africa -. Charles Onyango-Obbo
  • Seconds of Fame: Why the UN’s post-2015 process doesn’t need more ‘participation’. Lyndsay Stecher
  • Protecting Civic Space Against #NGOMuzzle Laws in Kenya. Irũngũ Houghton , Stephanie Muchai
  • Occupy Development – Towards a caring economy. Christa Wichterich

DIALOGUE: REDESIGNING GOVERNANCE: PERSPECTIVES, LESSONS AND IDEAS

  • The Coming World: Order and the policy cleavage between wealthy, ‘emerging’ and poor countries. Thomas Nowotny
  • The BRICS and Global Governance Reform: Can the BRICS provide leadership?. Zhenbo Hou
  • The Challenges of Doing Development Research Consulting in the Pacific: From pre-departure to fieldwork and back in the office. Ross Westoby, Karen Elizabeth Mcnamara
  • Analysing Sustainable Consumption Patterns: A literature review. Naimul Hoque
  • Towards Epistemic Justice with Indigenous Peoples’ Knowledge? Exploring the potentials of the convention on biological diversity and the philosophy of Buen Vivir. Saskia Widenhorn
  • Social and Environmental Science Research in Support of a Policy Definition of the ‘Future We Want’ in Africa. Michael Bernard Kwesi Darkoh

LOCAL/GLOBAL ENCOUNTERS: REFLECTIONS ON THE SEARCH FOR FOOD SECURITY IN AFRICA

  • Food Aid and the Challenge of Food Security in Africa. Mukhtar Diriye, Abdirizak Nur, Abdullahi Khalif
  • Challenges of Food Security in Africa and the Way Forward. Nicholas Ozor , Polycarp C Umunnakwe , Ernest Acheampong
  • The African Agrarian Ideology and the Food Security Challenge in Sub-Saharan Africa. Situma Mwichabe
2013, Vol. 56, Nº 2

UPFRONT

  • The economy as well as the economics discipline is in crisis. This issue provides analysis and information on this issue. Rariq Banuri
  • A new economy has three premises: social justice, acceptance of limits on economic growth and material consumption in the North, and bending of the curve towards equitable and sustainable development in the South. Stephen A Marglin

THEMATIC SECTION: ELEMENTS OF A NEW ECONOMY

  • Economic Growth and the Role of Foreign Aid in Selected African Countries:Makes the case for foreign aid to support African development, and links its effectiveness to governance reform and a legal structure based in common law as opposed to one on the juridical law tradition. Evelyn Wamboye, Abel Adekola and Bruno S Sergi
  • Growing Together Sustainably: A zero-poverty post-2015 development framework:Argues for an integration of four dimensions, namely poverty and inequality, economic recovery, economic relations (trade, finance and aid), and human rights. Rashed Al Mahmud Titumir, and Mustafa Kamal
  • World Trade: A new direction Trade and trade policy will be able to play a positive role in the transition towards sustainable development only if they move out of the dominance of the neo-liberal ideology. This requires the transformation of the WTO from an agent of privilege and profit into a force for an equitable, peaceful, and resilient world. Mark Halle
  • Education as a Strategy for Renegotiating the Nigerian Dream Nigeria has enormous potential but also huge challenges. The articles proposes a lateral thinking approach in order to overcome corruption, promote entrepreneurship, and set the country on a sustainable pathway. Nwudego N Chinwuba
  • Beyond the Growth Paradigm: Creating a unified progressive politics Global sustainable development will require leadership from the United States. The main barrier is not an absence of policy options, but that of a new politics involving a coalescence of progressive communities is needed to realize these policies. James Gustave Speth
  • Sustainable Development is the New Economic Paradigm The search for a new economic paradigm has become a conflict between a neoliberal perspective and one based on sustainable development, the main difference between the two being their contrasting approaches to social justice. Tariq Banuri

DIALOGUE: SEARCH FOR ALTERNATIVES

  • Towards a Policy Framework for Reducing Inequalities The mainspring of a new paradigm must be a sustained policy focus on reducing inequality. Jayati Ghosh
  • Innovation: The new Big Push or the Post-Development alternative? The idea of innovation has become popular, but it remains a contested terrain. While it can provide an entrée for a new basis for rethinking and recasting development, it can also become a basis for defending the status quo. Ulrike Krause
  • Beyond GDP and HDI: Shifting the focus from paradigms to politics Proposals of alternatives often focus on outcome targets (health, education, nutrition), but in fact the process of political participation is far more important and meaningful. Salvatore Monni and Alessandro Spaventa
  • The Buddha’s Middle Path: Lessons for sustainability and global well-being A new paradigm requires a shift from consumption-based metrics of wellbeing towards more holistic and integrative ones, such as those articulated in Buddhist Economics. Asoka Bandarage

LOCAL/GLOBAL ENCOUNTERS: RETHINKING FOOD SECURITY IN AFRICA

  • his section presents some of the key papers prepared for the SID Conference ‘Rethinking Food Security in Africa: New Paradigms, New Approaches’ held in June 2013. This conference was part of the SID African Dialogue Speaker Series supported by the Rockefeller Foundation. Youth and the Challenge of Food Security in Africa: Thoughts on the potential role of ‘talent academies’ Food security requires strategic investment in new ‘education and training pathways’ for the youth of the countr. Cream Wright
  • The African Farmer and the Challenge of Food Security in Africa Food security requires an investment in the farmer's education and capacity, including educational and extension programmes, predictable and stable incentives, and systematization and dissemination of best lessons. Abdullahi Khalif and Abdirizak Nur
  • The Role of Technology in Ensuring Adequate Food Security in Africa There is a need to harness modern as well traditional technologies, including through research on best practices, effective legislation against the potential adverse entailments of some technologies, and support for extension and education. Nicholas Ozor and Kevin Urama

BOOK SHELF

  • Book Shelf Professor Herb Gintis reviews books by Abhijeet Banerjee and Esther Duflo. Dani Rodrik and Steven Pinker

WINDOW ON THE WORLD

  • Window on the World FREE Window on the World provides information on four institutions focused on a new economics paradigm (INET, GTNE, NEI, and NEF), an important and exciting interactive database on development (Gapminder); a resource tool for sustainability advocacy (Ogilvy Earth); and an interactive app for bringing people together to plan sustainability programs (Pyramid 2030)
2013, Vol. 56, Nº 1

UPFRONT

  • Sets out the political and policy context after Rio+20 and the MDGs, and asks how best the journal Development could contribute to the pursuit of sustainable development. Tariq Banuri
  • Thank You, Wendy. Global development voices assemble in approbation of former Development editor. Nicola Bullard and the Development Community
  • What Does Rio+20 Mean for Sustainable Development? The UNDP Administrator interprets the background to Rio+20, the impact of the conference, and what needs to be done to translate its outcome into practical action. Helen Clark
  • Vital to the Creation: Interview with Alan Berg. Provides insight into the critical role played by visionaries and innovators in advancing human welfare and shaping the development agenda. James Levinson
  • Key Framing Questions to Guide the UN Post-2015 High-Level Panel’s Work and Consultations. A thinker-activist uses the human rights perspective to respond to the UN questionnaire on the post-2015 development agenda. Claudio Schuftan People' Health Movement

THEMATIC SECTION: DOES HOPE HAVE A FUTURE?

  • Multidimensional Poverty and the Post-2015 MDGs. Proposes a refined multi-dimensional poverty index (MPI 2.0), as a headline indicator, incorporating inequality, intensity of deprivation, and lack of participation. Sabina Alkire and Andy Sumner
  • A Fresh Start for Sustainable Development. Argues that a green economy is a necessary but far from sufficient condition for sustainable development, and should not be allowed to monopolize the spotlight. Alan Atkisson
  • The Power of Numbers: A critical review of MDG targets for human development and human rights. Argues that while quantitative targets (e.g., the MDGs) are powerful as communication tools and benchmarks, they are not a substitute for policymaking or prioritizing. Sakiko Fukuda-Parr and Alicia Ely Yamin
  • The Human Security Index: Pursuing enriched characterization of development. Shows how an HSI can be strategically leveraged to broaden policy priorities in the post-2015 agenda. David A Hastings
  • What Should a Sustainable Economy Sustain? The case for a just economy. Argues that the debate between pessimistic ‘ecologists’ and optimistic ‘economists’ is best assessed through the framework of environmental justice. Stephen Marglin and Tariq Banuri
  • Game On: The basis for hope in a time of despair. Globalization may be driving the global emergency but it is also preparing the basis for transcending it – by enhancing global solidarity and seeding a global citizen's movement. Paul D Raskin

DIALOGUE: BEYOND THE WASHINGTON CONSENSUS

  • Post-2015 Development Assessment: Proposed goals and indicators. Calls for a focus on the structural and policy factors that perpetuate poverty to ensure that the post-2015 agenda is not hijacked by a resurrected Washington Consensus. Walden Bello
  • Gender, Growth and Employment. Shows the adverse relationship between neo-liberal macroeconomic policies and various measures of women's wellbeing. Elissa Braunstein

LOCAL/GLOBAL ENCOUNTERS: AFRICAN PRIORITIES

  • Making Sense of Africa’s Priorities for the Post 2015 Development Agenda. African stakeholders ask for broadening the MDGs to include such overarching issues as sustainability, inequality, quality, ownership, and structural transformation. Bartholomew Armah
  • The Case for a Feminist Foodscapes Framework: Lessons from research in urban Botswana. Endorses feminized gender research, which engages gender as both explanatory and emancipatory, as the basis for international development interventions. Alice Hovorka

VARIA

  • Window on the World. Casts a Rio+20 and MDG lens to introduce institutions, portals and networks of value. Jennifer Jeanne Johnson
2012, Vol. 55, Nº 4
African strategies for transformation
  • Reclaiming a Continent: Reflects on the transformations taking place in Africa today. Wendy Harcourt
  • Introduction: The Cynics, Optimists and Pirates are all Making Africa Beautiful: Provides the context to some of the unintended consequences of change in Africa. Charles Onyango-Obbo
  • Rethinking Africa: Challenges Africans to understand Africa's history as they face globalization. Interview with Juma V Mwapachu
  • Africa Makes Progress, but Risk of Reversal is Real: Reflects on the continents prospects and challenges. Interview with Donald Kaberuka
  • Fertilizing the Fields for Honest Government: Reflections on leaders, leadership and Africa's challenges: Looks at the changes within the leadership cadres and the challenges they confront. Interview with Hadeel Ibrahim
  • Growth and its Discontents: Charting inclusive pathways for economic growth: Argues for the need for more robust analysis in order to mitigate the challenges accompanying growth. Arthur Muliro Wapakala and Aidan Eyakuze
  • Structural Transformation among African Economies: Patterns and performance: Calls for policies to raise productivity in the agricultural and service sectors. Ousmane Badiane, John Ulimwengu and Thaddee Badibanga
  • Rethinking Africa's Political Economy: An institutionalist perspective on South Africa: Describes the state of South Africa's institutions and their weaknesses since 1994. Xolela Mangcu
  • New Game Changers in Africa's Development Strategy: Gives a clarion call for Africa's leaders not to squander today's opportunities. Jacqueline Munalula Musiitwa
  • Fictions, Factors and Futures: Reflections on Africa's ‘impressive growth’: Asks about the credibility and sustainability of Africa's growth and the need for education and leadership. Geci Karuri-Sebina, Alioune Sall, Rasigan Maharajh and Alinah Segobye
  • Development Alternatives for a Post-Crisis World: An African perspective: Asks that secure land rights, decent work and sustainable livelihoods are strengthened. Dzodzi Tsikata
  • Whither Africa?: Raises the concern that more winners are needed in order to avoid tragedy. Jacqueline Chimhanzi
  • Africa's Quiet Development Revolution: Demands that Africans are central to the changes taking place. Elsie S Kanza
  • Indigenizing African Development Capacity: Suggests that entrepreneurs need to play a more active role in African growth. Yakubu Lai Yahaya
  • People-led Transformation: African futures: Argues for a paradigm shift towards an economic model based on the knowledge and values of people rather than profit. Hakima Abbas
  • You Will Not Die When Your Animals are Shining: ‘Aid-waiting’ in Turkana: Argues that aid can be debilitating in the long-term. Eugenie Reidy
  • Re-rebranding Africa: Challenges to the African Renaissance: Looks at how to resolve the tensions between traditional and modern value systems. Elsie Eyakuze
2012, Vol. 55, Nº 3
Gender and economic justice
  • No Economic Justice without Gender Justice: Argues that gender equality has to be central to civic struggles for systemic economic change. Wendy Harcourt
  • Introduction: Transforming Economic Power to Advance Women's Rights and Justice: Shares the highlights of the AWID Forum 2012. Cindy Clark and Lydia Alpízar Durán
  • A Revolutionary Woman: Voices the demands of women around the world. Marwa Sharafeldin
  • Surviving the Fierce New World: Gives strategic approaches to overcome today's multiple systemic crises. Gita Sen
  • Feminists Transforming Economic Power: Shows how women's economic activity counts and is crucial to economic power. Marilyn Waring
  • Culture versus Rights Dualism: A myth or a reality?: Demystifies the claim that gender justice is a cultural not a rights issue. Yakin Ertürk
  • Gender and Economic Justice: The challenges ahead: Promotes popular education as a key strategy for gender rights. Radhika Balakrishnan
  • Gender and Economic Justice: Dreaming alternatives: Argues that feminist thinking must be part of civic alternatives. Jayati Ghosh
  • Barricades to Gender Equity in the International Financial Architecture: Explains systemic gender biases embedded in the International Financial Architecture. Bhumika Muchhala
  • Embracing Disruptions, Responding to Uncertainties, Valuing Agency: Situating a Feminist approach to social protection: Proposes ways to rethink social protection as a core goal for development and economic policy. Elizabeth Reid, Marilyn Waring, Corina Rodriguez Enriquez and Meena Shivdas
  • Taxing for Gendered Economic Justice: Sets out new ideas around tax that would support women's well-being. Corina Rodríguez Enríquez and Diane Elson
  • ‘Investing’ in Women’s Rights: Challenges and new trends: Looks at where the money is for women's rights defenders. Angelika Arutyunova
  • First Casualties of the Green Economy – Risks and Losses for Low Income Women: Warns that ‘green economy’ policies are not helping poor women to sustain their livelihoods. Nidhi Tandon
  • Women's Worker Rights, Gender Equality, and Economic Justice: Argues that women's worker rights are core to economic justice. Lisa A McGowan
  • Work–Family Balance and Public Policy: A cross-country perspective: Gives the findings of a multicultural case study on women's care work in family and communities. Ipek Ilkkaracan Ajas
  • Diverse Development Models and Strategies Revisited: Shows why defending women's rights requires an overhaul of the economic development model. Natalie Raaber and Alejandra Scampini
  • Alternatives under Construction in Latin America Gives a detailed analysis of the many emerging alternative actions and policies in Latin America. IDeA with Alma Espino, Norma Sanchís, Pamela Caro, Ana Paula Lopes, Emilia Jomalinis, Magdalena León and Martha Lanza
  • Women's Movements and Economic Power: Connecting the local and the global: Argues that women's economic and human rights must be defended on both the local and global levels. Lisa VeneKlasen and Alia Khan
  • Gender, Social Equity and Regional Economic Processes: Latin America and the Pacific perspectives: Presents two regional process and the implications for women's productive and reproductive work. Alma Espino and Yvonne Underhill-Sem
  • No Revolutions without Equality and Justice: The struggle for women's rights in rethinking development in the Arab Region: Analyzes how economic inequalities are intertwined with gender inequalities. Kinda Mohamadieh
  • Economic Shock Therapy in the Eurozone: The Greek case: Relates the economic and social difficulties for Greek people today. Lois Woestman
  • Struggles over Land and Livelihoods in African Agriculture: Outlines agricultural and land rights issues from a gender perspective in Africa. Marjorie Mbilinyi
  • Tianguis Indigena: The solidarity economy and indigenous women in Mexico: Outlines an alternative vision for economic solidarity based on indigenous principles. Tzinnia Carranza López
  • Women's Labour Rights, Gender Equality and Economic Justice in Latin America and the Caribbean: Depicts economic, social and gender issues in struggles for workers' possessive rights in the region. Sandra Ramos
  • Domestic Workers: Transforming economic power to advance women's rights and justice in India: Describes the struggles of domestic workers. Lissy Joseph (SCCG)
  • The Other Financial Crisis: Growth and crash of the microfinance sector in India: Outlines the problems with microcredit as a strategy for gender equality. Christa Wichterich
2012, Vol. 55, Nº 2
  • The Challenge of Civic Action for Development: Questions what the new politics of today means for NGOs engaged in social change. Wendy Harcourt
  • Introduction: The Changing Face of Citizen Action: Presents the key themes of the journal issue on citizen action. Remko Berkhout and Fieke Jansen
  • Citizen Action and the Perverse Confluence of Opposing Agendas: Sets out the new and old of today's social networking political agenda. Lisa VeneKlasen
  • Seeing Citizen Action through an ‘Unruly’ Lens: Applies the lens of the ‘unruly’ to the uprisings and riots happened in recent times all over the world. Akshay Khanna
  • Resisting Revolutions: Questioning the radical potential of citizen action: Shows how citizen action is not always a radical form of politics with an example from India. Nishant Shah
  • A Civic Agency Perspective on Change: Presents Civic Driven Change (CDC), a framework for socio-political analysis and action. Kees Biekart and Alan Fowler
  • Crossborder Feminisms: Wendy Harcourt in Conversation with Srilatha Batliwala, Sunila Abeysekera and Rawwida Baksh: Reflects on changes in feminist and women's movement organizing. Wendy Harcourt
  • Power and the Activist: Analyzes the meaning of power through a study of community activists in England. Jenny Pearce
  • The Netizen: Argues that people need to assert their rights and responsibilities as netizens. Rebecca MacKinnon
  • The Politics of Civic Agency: Outlines how politics needs to change the fabric of everyday institutional life. Harry C Boyte
  • Practical Tips to Hack your NGO: Provides a list of fundamental approaches to NGO effectiveness from a political perspective. Pedro Marcun
  • The Place Where Intentions Meet: Activism and the art of the invisible: Suggests that NGOs are still important vehicles for community organizing. Sue Soal
  • Internet Regulation and Sexual Politics in Brazil: Questions whether cyberspace has contributed to strengthening true democracy in Brazil. Sonia Corrêa, Horacio Sívori and Bruno Zilli
  • Crime and Insurgent Citizenship: Extra-state rule and belonging in urban Jamaica: Explores alternatives concepts of citizenships, such as the ‘don’ system in Jamaica. Rivke Jaffe
  • The Occupy Movement: Product of this time: Argues that the Occupy Movements is a reflection of a new politics today. Jacquelien van Stekelenburg
  • Making Sense of the Arab Spring: Listening to the voices of Middle Eastern activists: Analyzes the Arab Spring through the voice of middle Eastern activists. Kawa Hassan
  • Illustrating the Changing Face of Citizen Action: Describes the way citizenship action is shifting today in pictures. Josine Stremmelaar and Erik Wallert
2012, Vol. 55, Nº 1
  • Introduction: Green Economy and Sustainable Development: Bringing back the ‘social’. Sarah Cook and Kiah Smith
  • Rio Summit 2012: What to expect? Interview with Tariq Banuri. Angela Zarro
  • Neo-liberal Conservation and the Cementing of Inequality: Interview with Bram Büscher. Laura Fano Morrissey
  • Economic and Ecological Crises: Green new deals and no-growth economies. Bob Jessop
  • Nature in the Market-World: Ecosystem services and inequality. Kathleen McAfee
  • Five Assumptions of Dominant Thinking in International Development. Lawrence Haddad
  • Money as a Public Resource for Development. Mary Mellor
  • Beyond the ‘Green Economy’: System change, not climate change? Nicola Bullard and Tadzio Müller
  • Sustainable Development through Policy Integration in Latin America: A comparative approach. Laura Rival
  • The Billion Dollar Solution that Isn't: How systems modeling in foreign aid could save billions and serve the poor. Monika Aring and Bobbin Teegarden
  • Gender and Food Security in a Fair, Green Economy? Kiah Smith
  • Gender and Climate Justice. Ana Agostino and Rosa Lizarde
  • Incentives to Promote Green Citizenship in UK Transition Towns. Amy Merritt and Tristan Stubbs
  • The Agri-food Sector's Response to the Triple Crisis: Sustaining local social initiatives in Andhra Pradesh, India. Ashok Kumbamu
  • Local Justice, Global Climate Injustice? Inequality and tree planting in Thailand. Witchuda Srang-Iam
  • The Brazilian National Environmental Policy: The challenge of plural environmental governance. Hironobu Sano
  • A Matter of Trust in Metro Manila: Collective action towards ‘green economy’ transitions. Marlyne D Sahakian
  • World Development Report 2012: Radical redistribution or just tinkering within the template? Alice Evans
2011, Vol. 54, Nº 4
  • Indigenous Women and the Land: Shifting language, action and culture. Marisa Belausteguigoitia Rius
  • Mapuches: Fighting against plunder and marginalization – Interview with Gustavo Quilaqueo. Laura Fano Morrissey

THEMATIC SECTION: COSMOVISIONS AND CHALLENGES TO MODERN DEVELOPMENT

  • Buen Vivir: Today's tomorrow. Eduardo Gudynas
  • Pachakuti: Indigenous perspectives, buen vivir, sumaq kawsay and degrowth. Bob Thomson
  • The Search for Universal Responsibility: The cosmovision of Ubuntu and the humanism of Fanon. Isayvani Naicker
  • Caritas in Veritate: Translating the Papal vision of development. Andrea De Angelis
  • Feminist Visions of the Network Society. Anita Gurumurthy

DIALOGUE: INDIGENOUS WOMEN IN DEFENCE OF LIFE AND LAND

  • Indigenous Women in Defence of Life and Land: An introduction. Marisa Belausteguigoitia Rius, Mariana Gómez Alvarez Icaza and Iván González Márquez
  • Conservation of the Montes Azules Biosphere Reserve, Chiapas: A women's issue. Martha E Villavicencio Enríquez
  • Breaking the Silence: State violence towards Triqui women of Oaxaca, Mexico. Natalia De Marinis
  • The Mayan Indigenous Women of Chiapas: Lekil Kuxlejal and food autonomy. Magali Barreto Ávila
  • The Root and the Seed: Indigenous women as the source of life and meaning. Francisca Rodríguez López

LOCAL/GLOBAL ENCOUNTERS: PEOPLE DEFENDING THEIR RIGHTS AND LIVELIHOODS

  • People's Front in Defence of Land, San Salvador Atenco: A testimony. Martha Pérez Pineda
  • Zapatista Army of Mazahua Women in Defence of Water in the Cutzamala Region: Testimonies. Agustina Araujo, Guadalupe Acevedo, Ofelia Lorenzo and Irma Romero
  • Paddling the Canoe on One Side: Women in decision-making in Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands. Heather Wallace
  • The Emperor's New Clothes All Over Again: A tale from Palestine. Nora Lester Murad
  • Creating Authenticity: Banal nationalism in Henri Coand Airport. Alexandra Coţofan
2011, Vol. 54, Nº 2
SPECIAL ISSUE PRODUCED FOR THE SID WORLD CONGRESS 2011
  • Editorial: The Time is Now.
  • Sustainability: design for the pluriverse.
  • It's too late for sustainability. What we need is system change.
  • Sustainability for development programmes. Más artículos sobre el tema.
  • Thematic section: Pathways towards sustainability. (17 artículos).
  • Dialogue: Another world is possible.
  • Local/Global Encounters: Whose sustainability? (12 artículos).
  • SID on sustainability (Describes the debates on sustainability in the SID journal of the last two decades).
2011, Vol. 54, Nº 1
Global land grabs
  • Thematic section: land speculation, commodity and food speculation
  • Dialogue: land grabs: implications for equitable and sustainable development
  • Local/global encounters: global land "negotiations"
2011, Vol. 54, Nº 3
Sustainable cities

UPFRONT

  • Editorial: Designing Urban Living. Wendy Harcourt
  • Introduction: Urbanism and Sustainability. Alexandru Balasescu
  • Women, Urban Life and Safe Cities. Conversations with Elizabeth Cox and Yvonne Underhill-Sem
  • Urbanization, Poverty and Climate Change: Interview with David Satterthwaite. Angela Zarro

THEMATIC SECTION: URBANISM AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

  • Recasting Urban Sustainability in the South. Edgar Pieterse
  • Urban Sustainability at the Limits: Development rhetorics and realities in Tanzania. William Cunningham Bissell
  • Afro-Pessimism in the Discourse on Urban East Africa. Rasna Warah
  • Development, Urbanization and Sustainability. Kamil Khan Mumtaz

DIALOGUE: RETHINKING POLITICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL URBAN LIFE

  • Hard Nodes in Soft Surroundings: A ‘dream of islands’ strategy for urban sustainability. Keith Culver, Rachel Guilloteau y Christelle Hue
  • Strategic Urban Narratives: Beyond conventional city branding. Thomas Sevcik
  • Transitory Cities: Emergency architecture and the challenge of climate change. Nathanael Dorent
  • Reframing ‘Safe Cities for Women’: Feminist articulations in Recife. Yardena Tankel

LOCAL/GLOBAL ENCOUNTERS: CITIES IN TRANSFORMATION

  • Beyond the Green Line: Sustainability and Beirut's post-war reconstruction. Gruia Bădescu
  • Shifting the Gaze, Shifting the Agenda: Sustainable livelihoods in urban Honiara. Anita Lacey
  • Citizen Participation and Sustainability: Lessons from Cameroon. Ambe J Njoh
  • Developing Accra for All? The story behind Africa's largest millennium city. Franklin Obeng-Odoom
  • Ghana's Decentralization: Two decades and still crawling? Daniel Kweku Baah Inkoom
  • The Best and the Worst of the World Bank: Involuntary resettlement and the Mumbai Urban Transport Project (MUTP), India. Renu Modi
2010, Vol. 53, Nº 4
Education for transformation.
  • Education for Human Rights.
  • Education and transformation.
  • A return to principles.
  • Privatization and education for all.
  • Gender equality in education adn development.
  • Abilities, abelism and education.
  • Assessment in education.
  • the Decade of education for sustainable development.
  • Local/Global encounters: Education in Practice.
2010, Vol. 53, Nº 3
Sustaining local economies.
  • Where did all the flowers go: Contradictions in world economies.
  • Making the crisis work for us.
  • Strengthening local economies through gender responsive budgeting. Diane Elson.
  • Rethinking money in te context of crisis.
  • Building local living economies.

Thematic Section: Social and solidarity economies.

Dialogue: Continuing debates on beyond economics.

Local/Global encounters: Vibrant local economies.

2010, Vol. 53, Nº 2
Gender and empowerment.
2010, Vol. 53, Nº 1
New institutions for development.
2010, Vol. 52, Nº 1
New institutions for development.
2009, Vol. 52, Nº 4
Xenophobia, culture and identity.
2009, Vol. 52, Nº 3
Beyond economics.
2009, Vol. 52, Nº 2
Power, movements, change.
2009, Vol. 52, Nº 1
Sexuality and development.
2007, Vol. 50, Nº 1 - 4

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