Instituto de Estudios sobre Desarrollo y Cooperación Internacional

Nazioarteko Lankidetza eta Garapenari Buruzko Ikasketa Institutua

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Instituto de Estudios sobre Desarrollo y Cooperación Internacional

Nazioarteko Lankidetza eta Garapenari Buruzko Ikasketa Institutua

Últimas entregas

ENVIO

2017, Nº 224
  • Nicaragua: Ante desenlaces inciertos
  • Nicaragua: Noticias del mes
  • Nicaragua: “Con el modelo extractivista crecemos, pero, ¿nos desarrollamos? Y con la minería ni crecemos ni nos desarrollamos”
  • Honduras: ¿Qué seremos? ¿Patio trasero o casa propia?
  • El Salvador: El caso de Herbert Anaya Sanabria LA IMPUNIDAD VA A JUICIO
  • América Latina: El desafío de la izquierda ante la crisis de Venezuela

ENVIO

2017, Nº 425
  • Nicaragua: La esperanza de “los cuates”: la OEA en las municipales
  • Nicaragua: Noticias Nicaragua
  • Nicaragua: “El mundo debe saber lo que pasa en Nicaragua”
  • Nicaragua: La experiencia de Rancho Grande: “un ecologismo en rebeldía”
  • América Latina: ¿Somos líquidos...o más bien viscosos?
  • Nicaragua: Big data y política: El poder de los algoritmos

ENVIO

2017, Nº 423

Nicaragua:

  • Entre nubes, nubarrones, temores y decisiones
  • Noticias Nicaragua
  • “En Nicaragua el abuso sexual es una pandemia y las familias son mayoritariamente incestuosas”

El Salvador

  • LEY CONTRA LA MINERÍA Una victoria histórica contra “el deslumbrante brillo del oro”

Panamá:

  • Los bosques están vivos, los bosques son sagrados

Guatemala: Al parecer…“se acabó la fiesta”

Centroamérica:- LAS POLÍTICAS MIGRATORIAS DE TRUMP EN SUS PRIMEROS 100 DÍAS El miedo es el mensaje

ENVIO

2017, Nº 421

Nicaragua

  • ¿Participar o no participar en las elecciones? ¿Es esa la cuestión?
  • ¿Que esperar de los acuerdos de la OEA?
  • La policía se ha desnaturalizado: es un satélite del régimen

Guatemala

  • Un fantasma recorre el pais: la justicia maya

    El Salvador

  • El Tribunal Supremo Electoral bajo asedio

América Latina

  • Un balance de los gobiernos de izquierda: Desarrollo alternativo o extractivismo?

ENVIO

2017, Nº 420

Nicaragua.

  • Un gobierno bajo presión y ganando tiempo
  • CENIDH "hay una indiferencia criminal ante la violencia en el Caribe"
  • 7 prioridades para una educación de calidad.

Honduras

  • Se perdió una oportunidad y se pueden perder otras

Centroamérica

  • Cuando las mujeres se ven forzadas a migrar...

Internacional

  • La comunicación de la posteridad

MONDE DIPLOMATIQUE, Le

2017, Nº 265
  • Grandes ciudades y buenos sentimientos
  • Encuentro con los pioneros del "africapitalismo"
  • La esperanza de una unidad árabe aún sigue viva
  • Acabar con las luchas defensivas
  • Contradicciones en la emancipación de las israelíes
  • Metsamor, un Chernóvil en potencia
  • El matrimonio igualitario llega a Asia
  • En Bélgica, el póker mentiroso como método de gobierno
  • Valonia, contaminada por la izquierda radical
  • La crisis catalana nació en Madrid
  • Llamar a una victoria por su nombre
  • Revuelta de las trabajadoras del hogar en la India
  • Todavia es posible erradicar el hambre
  • Aumenta el hambre en el mundo
  • Conflictos, seguridad alimentaria y nutrición: la necesidad de una paz sostenible
  • La desnutrición infantil sigue disminuyendo, pero los niveles de sobrepeso aumentan
  • Por que aumenta ahora el hambre?
  • Grandes ciudades y buenos alimentos
  • En mexico, la prensa al servicio de una tiranía invisible
  • Unos votan, otros hacen trampa
  • Cuando la violación deja de ser un crimen
  • Un torpedo contra la vivienda social en Francia
  • El fantasma del separatismo
  • Caramelos para la juventud

MONDE DIPLOMATIQUE, Le

2017, Nº 264
  • La era detox
  • Negociar con Pyongyang sin condiciones previas.
  • Cuba quiere mercado....pero sin capitalismo.
  • La conspiración de los anticonspiracionista.
  • En Portugal, una izquierda audaz.
  • Una improbable justicia internacional en Siria
  • Akhal-Teke: el caballo que encarna a una nación
  • La revolución Rusa a examen
  • El mar de fondo de la protesta social
  • Priorizar la educación de masas
  • Cuando la revolución duda
  • Entonces el arte se sublevó
  • ¿En nombre del pueblo o con el pueblo?
  • Diplomacia, ideología y realpolitik
  • La economía como nunca se la han explicado- La agricultura africana en las tenazas librecambistas
  • Así es como sobreviven los campesinos
  • Y si se redundara el derecho laboral....
  • Como lograr una mejor representatividad
  • Un déficit de legitimidad.
  • Clase sin riesgos.

MONDE DIPLOMATIQUE, Le

2017, Nº 263
  • El infierno del milagro alemán.
  • Donald Trump, abrumado por el partido antirruso.
  • Una utopía en el corazón del caos sirio.
  • La búsqueda del "supersoldado"
  • Desencanto europeo Eslovaquia.
  • Las ramificaciones del escándalo Odebrecht en Brasil
  • Las dos caras de la crisis venezolana
  • Periodismo de encubrimiento en la guerra contra Venezuela
  • El cerco Chino se estrecha sobre Hong Kong.
  • La batalla en torno a las semillas transgénicas en África
  • Las "rutas de la seda" pasan por Kazajistán
  • Una baza geopolítica para Rusia -La metamorfosis del panorama mediático en Estados Unidos
  • Entre bastidores en la Asamblea General de las Naciones Unidas
  • Practicas criminales en el sector agroalimentario
  • Ucú reina en la Universidad francesa
  • Mircea Cartarescu:satánico deseo de libertad
  • Cuando Sudáfrica importaba franceses

ENVIO

2017, Nº 427
  • Nicaragua: Se abre el telón: el escenario y las bambalinas
  • Nicaragua: Noticias Nicaragua
  • Nicaragua: “Los femicidios nos hablan de la sociedad que hemos construido”
  • El Salvador: Una lucha por la vida: agua para todos
  • Honduras: Fue la violencia machista la que mató a Berta Cáceres
  • México: Preguntas desde los escombros Internacional: Reflexiones sobre el referéndum en Catalunya
  • Guatemala: La democracia en las calles

ENVIO

2017, Nº 426
  • Nicaragua: Observadores del eclipse institucional
  • Nicaragua: Noticias Nicaragua
  • Nicaragua: “El fantasma de la Nica Act flota sobre nuestra economía, que ya enfrenta riesgos”
  • Nicaragua: BREVE HISTORIA DE NUESTRA INSTITUCIÓN ARMADA Un ejército camaleón
  • América Latina: “Son formas de explotación minera injustas, no éticas, irresponsables”
  • El Salvador: Ha muerto un hombre de la CIA
  • Centroamérica: LOS INDOCUMENTADOS EN LA ERA TRUMP Miedos, resistencia, estrategias… y más
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DEVELOPMENT IN PRACTICE

Developmentin
Webhttp://www.developmentinpractice.org/
PaísR.U. OXFAM

Revista internacional editada por OXFAM Gran Bretaña y Routledge. Dedicada al análisis e investigaciones que se basan en la práctica en torno a la dimensión social del desarrollo y la ayuda humanitaria, y, además, brinda un foro mundial de debate e intercambio de ideas entre profesionales, académicas/os y políticos/as, incluyendo a activistas y ONGD. Al cuestionar las premisas reinantes, la revista busca fomentar ideas y prácticas nuevas. En Hegoa se pueden consultar los ejemplares publicados desde 1993. Disponibles resúmenes aquí.

Última entrega

  • One size does not fit all: choosing methods to inform area development. Graham Sherbut & Nazneen Kanji
  • Improved learning for greater effectiveness in development NGOs. Barry Whatley
  • Configuring ‘country ownership’: patterns of donor-recipient relations. Anne L. Buffardi
  • Working from strengths to assess changes in gender equality. Juliet Willetts, Naomi Carrard, Joanne Crawford, Claire Rowland & Gabrielle Halcrow
  • Education for all, education for whom, education for what? Lessons from Mali. Jaimie Bleck & Boubacar Mody Guindo
  • Grassroots civil society at crossroads: staying on the path to independence or turning onto the UK Government's route to localism? Andri Soteri-Proctor, Jenny Phillimore & Angus McCabe
  • Vinya wa Aka: an expanded microcredit model for community development. Monique Hennink, Carolyn Kulb & Ndunge Kiiti
  • The potential of evaluation to promote sustainable development in Russian forest management. Ksenia Gerasimova
  • In the name of ‘underdeveloped’ Adibashi: the politics of NGOs and the Munda in Bangladesh. Shaila Sharmeen
  • ‘Cracking collaboration’ between NGOs and academics in development research. Daniel Stevens, Rachel Hayman & Anna Mdee
  • Civil society and trust building in Cyprus. Norman Gillespie, Vasiliki Georgiou & Sevinc Insay
2013, Vol. 23, Nº 7
  • “They don't garden here”: NGO constructions of Maya gardening practices in Belize. Douglas C. Reeser
  • Contextualising development projects among the San of Botswana: challenges of community gardening. Kirstie Cadger & Thembela Kepe
  • Understanding quality in services supporting women survivors of gender-based violence. Michaela Raab & Jasmin Rocha
  • How do international development agencies approach peacebuilding in a sub-national conflict? Adam Burke
  • Defying “the pervasive bias” against African smallholders: identifying entry points for institutional change. Samuel Adjei-Nsiah, Richard Adu-Acheampong, Kofi Debrah, Fadiala Dembele, Soumanou Lassine, Bara Ouologuem, Aliou Saidu, Pierre Vissoh & Elizabeth Zannou
  • The success of Afghan NGOs. Paolo Novak
  • Pro-poor development performance of livestock projects: analysis and lessons from projects' documentation. Francis Wanyoike & Derek Baker
  • Effects of neoliberal adjustments on government-funded international volunteer cooperation organisations. Benjamin J. Lough & Cliff Allum
  • Community grain banks and food security of the tribal poor in India. Edakkandi Meethal Reji
  • The impact of community-based capital cash transfers on orphan schooling in Kenya. Morton Skovdal, Albert Webale, Winnie Mwasiaji & Andrew Tomkins
2013, Vol. 23, Nº 5 y 6
Civil societies at crossroads: eruptions, initiatives, and evolution in citizen activism
  • Civil societies at crossroads: eruptions, initiatives, and evolution in citizen activism. Rajesh Tandon & L. David Brown
  • Struggles for systems that nourish: southern Africa civil society contributions and challenges to the creation of flourishing societies. Mutizwa Mukute & James Taylor
  • Struggles against systems that impoverish: South African civil society at the crossroads. James Taylor
  • Kampala city traders (KACITA) strike for action. Jackline Kabahinda
  • Civil society at multiple crossroads in Asia. Kaustuv Kanti Bandyopadhyay
  • Civil society in changing India: emerging roles, relationships, and strategies. Debika Goswami & Rajesh Tandon
  • Changing civil society in Cambodia: in search of relevance. Kaustuv Kanti Bandyopadhyay & Thida C. Khus
  • Is civil society in the Southern Cone of Latin America at a crossroad? Anabel Cruz
  • Protest and proposal, participation and representation: the Chilean student movement, 2011–12. Inés M. Pousadela
  • From embarrassing objects to subjects of rights: the Argentine LGBT movement and the Equal Marriage and Gender Identity laws. Inés M. Pousadela
  • The emergence and re-emergence of civil society: a brief history of civil society in Europe, from the Magna Carta to the Eurozone crisis. Brian Pratt & Rowan Popplewell
  • Occupy London as pre-figurative political action. Neil Howard & Keira Pratt-Boyden
  • Dutch civil society at crossroads. Rik Habraken, Lucas Meijs, Lau Schulpen & Cristien Temmink
  • Treading new ground: a changing moment for citizen action in Greece. Maro Pantazidou
  • Russian civil society: background, current, and future prospects. Charles Buxton & Evgenia Konovalov
  • Civil societies at crossroads: lessons and implications. Rajesh Tandon & L. David Brown
2013, Vol. 23, Nº 4
  • Reflexive engagements: the international development blogging evolution and its challenges. Tobias Denskus & Andrea S. Papan
  • Revisiting child sponsorship programmes. Willem van Eekelen
  • Community collaboration in development work with young people: perspectives from Zambian communities. Iain Lindsey
  • “SMART” Photovoice agricultural consultation: increasing Rwandan women farmers' active participation in development. Myriam Gervais & Lysanne Rivard
  • “I'd like to participate, but . . .”: women farmers' scepticism towards agricultural extension/education programmes. Chrysanthi Charatsari, Majda Černič Istenič & Evagelos D. Lioutas
  • Autonomy and policy independence in Africa: a review of NGO development challenges. Sylvia Bawa
  • Developing participatory communication: a case study using semi-structured interviews in Samoa. John Schischka
  • Participatory communication for development in practice: the case of community media. Víctor Manuel Marí Sáez
  • Teachers as social capital agents: an exploratory study from Brazil. Tamo Chattopadhay
  • Local risk perceptions to identify institutional and development planning needs. Muhammad Asif Kamran & Ganesh P. Shivakoti
2013, Vol. 23, Nº 3
  • Dynamics of multi-local gifts: practices of humanitarian giving in post-tsunami Sri Lanka. Pia Hollenbach
  • Livelihood improvement and smallholder beekeeping in Kenya: the unrealised potential. Thomas Carroll & Jim Kinsella
  • Assessing food insecurity in Botswana: the case of Gaborone. Alexander Fomin Legwegoh & Alice J. Hovorka
  • Charcoal production and strategies to enhance its sustainability in Kenya. Mary Njenga, Nancy Karanja, Cristel Munster, Miyuki Iiyama, Henry Neufeldt, Jacob Kithinji & Ramni Jamnadass
  • Dependency on natural resources: post-conflict challenges for livelihoods security and environmental sustainability in Goma, The Democratic Republic of Congo. Tata Precillia Ijang & Cleto Ndikumagenge
  • Fair enough? Fair Trade and the quality of life amongst Bolivia's indigenous women artisans. Tamara Stenn
  • Social security for rural widows in Rajasthan: an empirical study. Subrata Dutta
  • The challenges and prospects of the school feeding programme in Northern Ghana. Mohammed Sulemana, Ibrahim Ngah & M. Rafee Majid
  • Education in the Commonwealth Caribbean: findings from a national adult literacy programme. Bipasha Baruah
2013, Vol. 23, Nº 2
  • “Nobody helps us”: insights from ultra-poor Bangladeshi women on being beyond reach. Lynn McIntyre & Jenny Munro
  • Cultivated, caught, and collected: defining culturally appropriate foods in Tallé, Niger. Alexandra M. Towns, Daniel Potter & Sadou Idrissa
  • Toilet is not a dirty word: close to meeting the MDGs for sanitation? Frank S. Arku, Emmanuel N. Angmor & John-Engelbert Seddoh
  • Community health workers – motivation and incentives. Gabrielle Appleford
  • Are healthier people happier? Evidence from Chile and Uruguay. Mariana Gerstenblüth & Máximo Rossi
  • The making and unmaking of community-based water supplies in Manila. Petr Matous
  • Rural development and migration in Mexico. Andrew Wainer
  • Evolution of input supply and service hubs in dairy development at Ada'a milk shed in Ethiopia. Moti Jaleta, Berhanu Gebremedhin, Azage Tegegne, Samson Jemaneh, Tesfaye Lemma & Dirk Hoekstra
  • Fostering rural sense of place: the missing piece in Uturu, Nigeria. Uchendu Eugene Chigbu
  • The global financial crisis and self-help groups in rural India: are there lessons from their micro savings model? Meera Tiwari
2013, Vol. 23, Nº 1
  • From philanthropy to corporate social responsibility in Guatemala: assessing shifts through Alianzas. Gary Bland & Anna Wetterberg
  • Spoiling the situation: reflections on the development and research field. Tanya Jakimow
  • Evaluation of Dutch support to capacity development. Piet de Lange
  • Cordaid's experience with impact evaluation. Francois Lenfant & Rens Rutten
  • Time poverty, gender and well-being: lessons from the Kyrgyz Swiss Swedish Health Programme. Julian Walker
  • Reaching beyond the health post: Community-based surveillance for polio eradication. Dora Curry, Filimona Bisrat, Ellen Coates & Penny Altman
  • Fertility differential by husbands' occupational status and income in Dhanbad district, Jharkhand, India. Ayesha Jamal & Farasat A. Siddiqui
  • Using participatory impact diagrams to evaluate a community development project in Kenya. Juliet Kariuki & Jemimah Njuki
  • Are women self-help group members economically more empowered in left-run municipalities? Zakir Husain, Diganta Mukerjee & Mousumi Dutta
  • The discourse of “development” and why the concept should be abandoned. Aram Ziai
  • Improving NGO governance: practical applications of the GATE approach. Alan Fowler
  • Exploring strengths-based approaches in the design of a family planning project in Kenya. Gabrielle Appleford
2012, Vol. 22, Nº 8
  • Shrinking operational space of NGOs – a framework of analysis. Chris van der Borgh, y Carolijn Terwindt
  • An investigation into the training of community development workers within South Africa. Peter Westoby y Rubertvan Blerk
  • Establishing cooperatives for effective community development in rural China. David Bromwich y Max Saunders
  • From paternalism to participation: the motivations and understandings of the “developers”. Hannah Green
  • Collective action and promotion of forest based associations on non-wood forest products in Cameroon. William Armand Mala, Julius Chupezi Tieguhong, Ousseynou Ndoye, Sophie Grouwels y Jean Lagarde Betti
  • Beyond access to water. Franklin Obeng-Odoom
2012, Vol. 22, Nº 7
  • Fostering “Why not?” social initiatives – beyond business and governments. Henry Mintzberg & Guilherme Azevedo
  • Learning for capacity development: a holistic approach to sustained organisational change. Phum Thol, Sim Chankiriroth, Dennis Barbian & Graeme Storer
  • Immersion for organisational learning in Tanzania. Rinus van Klinken
  • Debt-for-development exchanges in Australia: past, present and future. Luke Fletcher & Adele Webb
  • Reforming accountability in international NGOs: making sense of conflicting feedback. Thomas W. D. Davis, Kate Macdonald & Scott Brenton
  • Do organisational forms of the coffee supply chain matter in poverty reduction? Abdoul Murekezi, Songqing Jin & Scott Loveridge
  • Cost effectiveness of seed fairs relative to direct relief distribution in Zimbabwe. Kizito Mazvimavi, Tarisayi Pedzisa, Conrad Murendo, Isaac J. Minde & Patrick V. Ndlovu
  • The banking sector intervention in the microfinance world: a study of bankers' perception and outreach to rural microfinance in India with special reference to the state of Punjab. Sangeeta Arora & Meenu
  • “Your kool-aid is not my kool-aid”: ideologies on microfinance within an INGO culture. Payal Arora
  • Impact assessment in the Sustainable Livelihood Framework. Fédes van Rijn, Kees Burger & Eefje den Belder
  • Taking research where the practice is: a tale of two programmes from BRAC. Syed Masud Ahmed
  • To what extent does social policy design address social problems? Evidence from the “70 y más” programme in Mexico. Jesus Gastelum Lage
2012, Vol. 22, Nº 5 y 6
Religion and Development
  • Religion and development: subjecting religious perceptions and organisations to scrutiny. Carole Rakodi
  • A framework for analysing the links between religion and development. Carole Rakodi
  • The life a person lives: religion, well-being and development in India. Sarah C. White, Joseph Devine & Shreya Jha
  • Pentecostalism and development in Kibera informal settlement, Nairobi. Gregory Deacon
  • Religious values and beliefs and education for women in Pakistan. Tamsin Bradley & Rubina Saigol
  • Thinking about faith-based organisations in development: where have we got to and what next Emma Tomalin
  • Are faith-based organisations distinctive? Comparing religious and secular NGOs in Nigeria. Robert Leurs
  • Faith in forms: civil society evangelism and development in Tanzania. Maia Green, Claire Mercer & Simeon Mesaki
  • The role of religious values and beliefs in charitable and development organisations in Karachi and Sindh, Pakistan. Nida Kirmani
  • The role of a transnational religious network in development in a weak state: the international links of the Episcopal Church of Sudan. Nancy T. Kinney
  • Trajectories of transnational Muslim NGOs. Marie Juul Petersen
  • Givers and governance: the potential of faith-based development in the Asia Pacific. Alec Thornton, Minako Sakai & Graham Hassall
  • Strengthening the voice of the poor: religious organisations' engagement in policy consultation processes in Nigeria and Tanzania. Michael Taylor
  • The role of religion in women's campaigns for legal reform in Nigeria. Fatima L. Adamu & Oluwafunmilayo J. Para-Mallam
  • Playing broken telephone: assessing faith-inspired health care provision in Africa. Jill Olivier & Quentin Wodon
  • Have financial difficulties compromised Christian health services' commitment to the poor? Peter Rookes & Jean Rookes
  • Pro-poor? Class, gender, power, and authority in faith-based education in Maharashtra, India. Martin Rew & Zara Bhatewara
  • Practising Buddhism in a development context: Sri Lanka's Sarvódaya movement. Chandima Daskon & Tony Binns
  • Islam and development practice: HIV/AIDS in South Africa. Logan Cochrane & Suraiya Nawab
  • Addressing dependency with faith and hope: the Eagles Relief and Development Programme of the Living Waters church in Malawi. Rick James
2012, Vol. 22, Nº 4
Child Protection in Development
  • Introduction: development, children, and protection. William Myers & Michael Bourdillon
  • Beyond war: ‘suffering’ among displaced Congolese children in Dar es Salaam. Gillian Mann
  • Protecting children from trafficking in Benin: in need of politics and participation. Neil Howard
  • The spatialisation of child protection: notes from the occupied Palestinian territory. Jason Hart
  • Following the law, but losing the spirit of child protection in Kenya. Elizabeth Cooper
  • Children's migration for work in Bangladesh: the policy implications of intra-household relations. Karin Heissler
  • Child protection and harmful traditional practices: female early marriage and genital modification in Ethiopia. Jo Boyden, Alula Pankhurst & Yisak Tafere
  • Global priorities against local context: protecting Bhutanese refugee children in Nepal. Rosalind Evans & Rachel Mayer
  • Rethinking orphanhood and vulnerability in Ethiopia. Gina Crivello & Nardos Chuta
  • Children's responses to risk in agricultural work in Andhra Pradesh, India. Virginia Morrow & Uma Vennam
  • ‘Risky lives’: risk and protection for children growing-up in poverty. Kirrily Pells
  • Action research exploring information communication technologies (ICT) and child protection in Thailand. Philip H. Cook, Cheryl Heykoop, Athapol Anuntavoraskul & Jutarat Vibulphol
  • Child protection: a role for conditional cash transfer programmes? Natalia Streuli
  • Listening to Iraqi refugee children in Jordan, but then what? Exploring the impact of participatory research with children. Martha Nelems & Vanessa Currie
  • Concluding reflections: how might we really protect children? William Myers & Michael Bourdillon
2012, Vol. 22, Nº 3
  • Addressing challenges of social assistance schemes: rights-based approach in Orissa, India. Dipankar Datta & Sisir Kanta Pradhan
  • Donors, beneficiaries, or NGOs: whose needs come first? A dilemma in Afghanistan. Roya Rahmani
  • Measuring development results: lessons from Ethiopia. Getachew Mequanent
  • The evaluation practices of US international NGOs. Jiyoung Kang, Steven G. Anderson & Dan Finnegan
  • Designing food security projects: Kapchorwa and Bukwo, Uganda. Francis Alinyo & Terry Leahy
  • Managing interactions in the informal water market: the case of Kisumu, Kenya. Gerryshom Munala & Harald Kainz
  • Educating the (neo-liberal) citizen: reflections from India. Arun Kumar
  • Passing on the gift as an approach to sustainable development programmes. James De Vries
  • Mechanisms and instruments of sustainable development. Hadi Veisi, Humman Liaghati, Fakhradin Hashmi & Khalid Edizadehi
  • More practical lessons from five projects on disability-inclusive development. Sue Coe
  • Rethinking risk in development projects: from management to resilience. Kent Schroeder & Michael Hatton
  • Practical innovations for strengthening Community-Led Total Sanitation: selected experience from Asia. Carmen da Silva Wells & Christine Sijbesma
2012, Vol. 22, Nº 2
  • Programmes for the promotion of home herbal gardens: what challenges ahead? Maria Costanza Torri
  • A rural support programme exit strategy: women filling vacated spaces and excelling in community development. Shaheen Rafi Khan & Shahrukh Rafi Khan
  • Gender, health, and Fairtrade: insights from a research-action programme in Nicaragua. Lori Hanson, Vincent Terstappen, Christopher M. Bacon, Jannie Leung, Alejandra Ganem-Cuenca, Sandro Raúl Díaz Flores & María Asunción Meza Rojas
  • Is the doctor on? In search of users for medical software in rural Himalayas. Payal Arora
  • Signs speak as loud as words: deaf empowerment in Namibia. Davíð Bjarnason, Valgerður Stefánsdóttir & Lizette Beukes
  • Defining empowerment: perspectives from international development organisations. Monique Hennink, Ndunge Kiiti, Mara Pillinger & Ravi Jayakaran
  • Variables affecting fieldworkers of NGOs in Pakistan. Muhammad Haroon Siddique & Mokbul Morshed Ahmad
  • Advocacy communication for peacebuilding. Jan Servaes & Patchanee Malikhao
  • Coping with participation in small island states: the case of aid in Tuvalu. Nicki Wrighton & John Overton
  • Voices from the field: optimising performance for humanitarian workers. Jared Katz, Déborah Nguyen, Carla Lacerda & Gerald Daly
  • Effectiveness of 3MTM PetrifilmTM as a teaching tool in rural Mali. Matthew D. Seib, Katherine C. Arnold & Blair Orr
2012, Vol. 22, Nº 1
  • Farmer field schools for integrated watershed management. Craig Thorburn
  • Sustainability testing for development projects. Jan Servaes, Emily Polk, Song Shi, Danielle Reilly & Thanu Yakupitijage
  • Why do indigenous municipalities in Mexico have worse piped water coverage? Marcela González Rivas
  • Volunteering in the developing world: the perceived impacts of Canadian youth. Rebecca Tiessen & Barbara Heron
  • Decentralisation and delivery of urban basic services: the West Bengal experience. Soumyadip Chattopadhyay
  • Unintended consequences of development interventions: a case of diarrhoeal diseases, Ruhiira, Uganda. Shai A. Divon & Cassandra E. Bergstrøm
  • Cooperation in aquaculture rehabilitation and development in Aceh, Indonesia. Michael A. Rimmer, Michael J. Phillips, P. Arun Padiyar, Coco Kokarkin, Sugeng Raharjo, Samsul Bahrawi & Cut Desyana
  • Planning and implementation of a community-based approach to reintegration programmes of ex-combatants. Victor Asiedu
  • Beating storms and droughts: the Erdenedalai weather network in the Mongolian Gobi. Wang Xiaoli & Ronnie Vernooy
  • Child welfare and the UNHCR: a case for pre-resettlement refugee parenting education. Nombasa Williams
  • NGOs and Western hegemony: causes for concern and ideas for change. Glen W. Wright
2011, Vol. 21, Nº 8
  • Integrating learning into organisational capacity development of Cambodian NGOs. Jenny Pearson
  • Post-Soviet universities as development in practice: local experience and global lessons. Norma-Jo Baker
  • Social Network Analysis to evaluate organisational networks on sexual health and rights. Roger Drew, Peter Aggleton, Paul Boyce, Helen Chalmers, Clare Maxwell, Saroj Pachauri, Felicity Thomas, Ian Warwick & Kate Wood
  • HIV/AIDS prevention: building on community strengths in Ajegunle, Lagos. Christian Iyiani, Tony Binns & Pat Shannon
  • Youth organisations as learning organisations: exploring special contributions and challenges. Celina Del Felice & Lillian Solheim
  • Youth organisations as learning organisations: exploring special contributions and challenges. Celina Del Felice & Lillian Solheim
  • Women's economic empowerment through microfinance in Cambodia. Daraka Chhay
  • Innovation in forage development: empirical evidence from Alaba Special District, southern Ethiopia. Abebe Shiferaw, Ranjitha Puskur, Azage Tegegne & Dirk Hoekstra
  • Dynamics of remittance practices and development: Bangladeshi overseas migrants. A. K.M. Ahsan Ullah
  • Towards ethically sound participatory research with marginalised populations: experiences from India. K. S. Mohindra, D. Narayana & Slim Haddad
2011, Vol. 21, Nº 7
  • How to strengthen the development effectiveness of local purchase for food aid. Ruud Bronkhorst
  • NGOs and post-violence community development: holistic, multi-track ventures in Afghanistan. Chuck Thiessen
  • Competitiveness and decent work in Global Value Chains: substitutionary or complementary? Kenta Goto
  • Motivation in humanitarian health workers: a self-determination theory perspective. Natasha Tassell & Ross Flett
  • Identity and learning in international volunteerism: ‘Sport for Development and Peace’ internships. Simon C. Darnell
  • Revisiting the Paris Declaration Agenda – an inclusive, realistic orientation for aid effectiveness. Masumi Owa
  • Mainstreaming globalisation in Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers in the Asia-Pacific region. Jeet Bahadur Sapkota
  • Making aid effective at the community level: the AMREF experience. David Ojakaa, Elizabeth Okoth, Sam Wangila, Meshack Ndirangu, Naomi Mwangi & Festus Ilako
  • Teaching Amina to read. Aarthi Rao
2011, Vol. 21, Nº 6

ARTÍCULOS

  • Corporate social responsibility performance in the Niger Delta: beyond two constitutive orthodoxies. Kiikpoye K. Aaron
  • A comparative analysis of microfinance and conditional cash transfers in Latin America. Ana Pantelić
  • Attitude counts: engaging with rice farmers in West Africa. Paul Van Mele, Jeffery W. Bentley, Rosaline Maiga Dacko, Kalifa Yattara y George K. Acheampong
  • Digital technology uses for sustainable management of natural resources in multicultural contexts. Oscar A. Forero
  • Transdisciplinary innovation research in Uzbekistan – one year of ‘Follow-the-Innovation’. Anna-Katharina Hornidge, Mehmood Ul Hassan y Peter P. Mollinga
  • Physically disabled women's creditworthiness in Village Development Fund: evidence from Thailand. Theeraphong Bualar

VIEWPOINTS

  • Development for whom? Homosexuality and faith-based development in Zimbabwe. Jonathan Connor
  • A framework for understanding civil society in action. John Beauclerk
  • Microfinance in online space: a visual analysis of kiva.org. Venkataramana Gajjala, Radhika Gajjala, Anca Birzescu y Samara Anarbaeva

CONFERENCE REPORT

  • Papua International Biodiversity Conference: banking on the social capital (Conference report of the International Biodiversity Conference for Sustainable Development in Papua Land, Jayapura, 11–15 November 2009). Mochamad Indrawan, Noak Kapisa y Agustinus Rumansara
2011, Vol. 21, Nº 4 & 5
Global food-price shocks and poor people: themes and case studies.

PART I: THEMES

  • Subsistence farming as a safety net for food-price shocks.
  • Understanding and responding to the links between conflict and hunger.
  • Gender and the global food-prices crisis.
  • The links between food security and seed security: facts and fiction that guide response.
  • Genetically modified crops and the "food crisis": discourse and material impacts.
  • The long-term implictions of the 2007-08 commodity-price boom.
  • Which instruments best tackle food price instability in developing countries?
  • Bearing risk is hard to do: crop price risk transfer for poor farmers and low-income countries.

PART II: COUNTRY STUDIES

  • The Mexican tortilla crisis of 2007: the impacts of grain-price increases on food-production chains.
  • Food crisis, small-scale farmers, and markets in the Andes.
  • The effects of changing food prices on welfare and poverty in Guatemala.
  • Location, vocation, and price shocks: cotton, rice and sorghum-millet farmers in Mali.
  • Lessons from the 2008 global food-crisis: agro-food dynamics in Mali.
  • Characteristics and strategies favouring sustained food access during Guinea's food-price crisis.

Artículos sobre: Ethiopia, South Africa, Tanzania, Egypt, China, West Bengal, Indonesia, Philippines, Central Asia, USSR

  • Thinking and acting outside the charitable food box: hunger and the right to food in rich societies.
2011, Vol. 21, Nº 3
  • Palestinian youth and non-formal service-learning: a model for personal development, long-term engagement, and peace building.
  • Problematising the community-contribution requirements in participatory projects: evidence from Kyrgyzstan.
  • Working with children as stakeholders in development: the challenges of organisational change. Index-based livestock insurance for Kenyan pastoralists: an innovation systems perspective.
  • Connecting smallholders with dynamc markets: a market information service in Zambia.
  • Women's benefits from agricultural technologies: evidence from poultry production among Nigerian fisherfolk.
  • Gender mainstreaming in organisational culture and agricultural research processes.
  • No visible difference: a women's empowerment process in a Cambodian NGO.
  • Gender, energy, and empowerment: a case study of the Rural Energy Development Program in Nepal.
  • Agricultural cooperatives and social empowerment of women: a Ugandan case study.
  • Monitoring gendered outcomes of environmental and development policies.
2011, Vol. 21, Nº 2
  • The potential of Corporate Social Responsibility to eradicate poverty: An ongoing debate.
  • Critical evaluation of planning frameworks for rural water and sanitation development projects.
  • Capacity building or adaptive management: A problem-based learning approach.
  • A confluence of Fair Trade and organic agriculture in southern India.
  • Good intentionsare not enough: French NGO efforts at democracy building in Cameroon.
  • The dynamics of contemporary local-government policies and economic development in West Papua.
  • Corruption, human-rights violation, and the interface with violence in the Niger Delta.
  • The role of local institutions in sustainable watershed management: lessons from India.
  • What determines poverty transition? An investigation of women livestock
2011, Vol. 21, Nº 1
  • Churches, mosques, and condoms: Understanding succesful HIV and AIDS interventions by faith-based organisations.
  • Why is development work so straight? Heteronormativity in the international development industry.
  • The roles of, and relationships between, expatriates, volunteers, and local development workers.
  • Why can´t development be managed more like a funeral? Challenging participatory practices.
  • "Humanicrats": The social production of compassion, indifference, and hostility in long-term camps.
  • The problem of gender quotas: Women´s representatives on Timor-Leste´s suku councils.
  • Analysing cultural proximity: Islamic relief worldwide and Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.
  • Handle with care: Engaging with faith-based organisations in development.