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

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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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Publicada por el ODI, Overseas Dvelopment Institute y Blackwell's. Tiene como objetivo proporcionar un foro de alto nivel sobre desastres naturales y políticas de emergencia en todo el mundo, promoviendo el intercambio de ideas y experiencias entre sus participantes. Publica tanto reportajes y artículos como estudios académicos. Contiene referencias bibliográficas y de conferencias. En Hegoa pueden consultarse desde 1999. Resúmenes de los artículos desde 1997, aquí.

Última entrega

  • Vested Interest theory and disaster preparedness. Claude H. Miller, Bradley J. Adame, Scott D. Moore.
  • Towards guidelines for post-disaster vulnerability reduction in informal settlements. Brent Doberstein, Heather Stager.
  • Disaster management and the critical thinking skills of local emergency managers: correlations with age, gender, education, and years in occupation. Stacy L. Peerbolte, Matthew Lloyd Collins.
  • ‘The Ethiopian famine’ revisited: Band Aid and the antipolitics of celebrity humanitarian action. Tanja R. Müller.
  • Media messages and the needs of infants and young children after Cyclone Nargis and the WenChuan Earthquake. Karleen D. Gribble.
  • Workplace response of companies exposed to the 9/11 World Trade Center attack: a focus-group study. Carol S. North, Betty Pfefferbaum, Barry A. Hong, Mollie R. Gordon, You-Seung Kim, Lisa Lind, David E. Pollio.
  • L'Aquila's reconstruction challenges: has Italy learned from its previous earthquake disasters?. Alpaslan Özerdem, Gianni Rufini.
  • Climate forecasts in disaster management: Red Cross flood operations in West Africa, 2008. Lisette Martine Braman, Maarten Krispijn van Aalst, Simon J. Mason, Pablo Suarez, Youcef Ait-Chellouche, Arame Tall.
  • Microfinance institutions and a coastal community's disaster risk reduction, response, and recovery process: a case study of Hatiya, Bangladesh. Gulsan Ara Parvin, Rajib Shaw.
2012, Vol. 36, Nº 4

-Disaster risk reduction in developing countries: costs, benefits and institutions. Charles Kenny

  • Gender and international crisis response: do we have the data, and does it matter? Lisa Eklund and Siri Tellier
  • The academic medical centre and nongovernmental organisation partnership following a natural disaster. Babak Sarani, Samir Mehta, Michael Ashburn, Koji Nakashima, Rajan Gupta, Derek Dombroski and C. William Schwab
  • Dignity and the right of internally displaced adolescents in Colombia to sexual and reproductive health. Marleen Bosmans, Fernando Gonzalez, Eva Brems and Marleen Temmerman
  • Connectedness, social support and internalising emotional and behavioural problems in adolescents displaced by the Chechen conflict. Theresa S. Betancourt, Carmel Salhi, Stephen Buka, Jennifer Leaning, Gillian Dunn and Felton Earls
  • Ocean waves and roadside spirits: Thai health service providers' post-tsunami psychosocial health. Emma Varley, Wanrudee Isaranuwatchai and Peter C. Coyte
  • Flood vulnerability and commercial activities: the case of the city of Girona, Spain. Lluís Ribera Masgrau and Anna Ribas Palom
  • Time needed to evacuate the Netherlands in the event of large-scale flooding: strategies and consequences. Bas Kolen and Ira Helsloot
  • Analysis of hazardous material releases due to natural hazards in the United States. Hatice Sengul, Nicholas Santella, Laura J. Steinberg and Ana Maria Cruz
2012, Vol. 36, Nº Supplement 1
Urban vulnerability and humanitarian response
  • Urban vulnerability and displacement: a review of current issues. Sara Pantuliano, Victoria Metcalfe, Simone Haysom and Eleanor Davey
  • Displacement in urban areas: new challenges, new partnerships. Jeff Crisp, Tim Morris and Hilde Refstie
  • Protecting people in cities: the disturbing case of Haiti. Elizabeth Ferris and Sara Ferro-Ribeiro
  • Shelter strategies, humanitarian praxis and critical urban theory in post-crisis reconstruction. Lilianne Fan
  • Moving from the ‘why’ to the ‘how’: reflections on humanitarian response in urban settings. Elena Lucchi
  • Aid in a city at war: the case of Mogadishu, Somalia. François Grünewald
  • Jockeying for position in the humanitarian field: Iraqi refugees and faith-based organisations in Damascus. Tahir Zaman
2012, Vol. 36, Nº 3
  • Disaster risk reduction capacity assessment for precarious settlements in Guatemala City. Scott B. Miles, Rebekah A. Green and Walter Svekla
  • Enhancing disaster management by mapping disaster proneness and preparedness. Vishal Mishra, Sanjay Fuloria and Shailendra Singh Bisht
  • Social, not physical, infrastructure: the critical role of civil society after the 1923 Tokyo earthquake. Daniel P. Aldrich
  • Effects of the Bam earthquake on employment: a shift-share analysis. Nader Mehregan, Ali Asgary and Rouhollah Rezaei
  • Emotional and behavioural reactions to tremors of the Umbria-Marche earthquake. Gabriele Prati, Valeria Catufi and Luca Pietrantoni
  • Long-term gendered consequences of permanent disabilities caused by the 2005 Pakistan earthquake. Humaira Irshad, Zubia Mumtaz and Adrienne Levay
  • An analysis of seismic risk from a tourism point of view. Päivi Mäntyniemi
  • Inequalities in exposure and awareness of flood risk in England and Wales. Jane L. Fielding
  • The living environment and children's fears following the Indonesian tsunami. Ye Beverly Du, Christopher Thomas Lee, Desy Christina, Myron L. Belfer, Theresa S. Betancourt, Edward James O'Rourke and Judith S. Palfrey
  • An adaptive governance approach to disaster-related behavioural health services. Simon A. Andrew and James M. Kendra
  • Substance use among populations displaced by conflict: a literature review. Nadine Ezard
2012, Vol. 36, Nº 2
  • From fatalism to resilience: reducing disaster impacts through systematic investments. Harvey Hill, John Wiener and Koko Warner
  • How much more exposed are the poor to natural disasters? Global and regional measurement. Namsuk Kim
  • Knowledge creation and reliable decision-making in complex emergencies. Bjørn Ivar Kruke and Odd Einar Olsen
  • Farming the battlefield: the meanings of war, cattle and soil in South Kivu, Democratic Republic of the Congo. T. Paul Cox
  • Epidemiological assessment of food aid in the Bosnian conflict, 1994–97. Neil Andersson, Sergio Paredes-Solís, Anne Cockcroft and Lorraine Sherr
  • Lessons from the 2006 Louisiana Health and Population Survey. Gregory S. Stone, Alden K. Henderson, Stephanie I. Davis, Michael Lewin, Iris Shimizu, Ramesh Krishnamurthy, Kris Bisgard, Robin Lee, Aisha Jumaan, Erin Marziale, Miranda Bryant, Clayton Williams, Karen Mason, Maria Sirois, Makiko Hori, Jonathan Chapman and David J. Bowman
  • A baseline assessment of emergency planning and preparedness in Italian universities. Fausto Marincioni and Rita Fraboni
  • The views of experts and residents on social vulnerability to flash floods in an Alpine region of Italy. Bruna De Marchi and Anna Scolobig
  • Modelling coordination in hospital emergency departments through social network analysis. Liaquat Hossain and Danny Chun Kit Guan
2012, Vol. 36, Nº 1
  • Coping strategies and risk manageability: using participatory geographical information systems to represent local knowledge. Graciela Peters-Guarin, Michael K. McCall and Cees van Westen
  • Complementing institutional with localised strategies for climate change adaptation: a South–North comparison. Christine Wamsler and Nigel Lawson
  • Cyclone preparedness and response: an analysis of lessons identified using an adapted military planning framework. Peter Tatham, Richard Oloruntoba and Karen Spens
  • Post-flooding disaster crop diversity recovery: a case study of Cowpea in Mozambique. Morag E. Ferguson, Richard B. Jones, Paula J. Bramel, Carlos Domínguez, Carla Torre do Vale and Jie Han
  • Latino social network dynamics and the Hurricane Katrina disaster. DeAnne K. Hilfinger Messias, Clare Barrington and Elaine Lacy
  • Controlling disasters: recognising latent goals after Hurricane Katrina. Lee M. Miller
  • Preventing corruption in humanitarian assistance: perceptions, gaps and challenges. Daniel Maxwell, Sarah Bailey, Paul Harvey, Peter Walker, Cheyanne Sharbatke-Church and Kevin Savage
  • The need for innovative strategies to improve immunisation services in rural Zimbabwe. Addmore Chadambuka, Anderson Chimusoro, Tsitsilina Apollo, Mufuta Tshimanga, Olivia Namusisi and Elizabeth T. Luman
2011, Vol. 35, Nº 4
  • Rebuilding and strengthening health systems and providing basic health services in fragile states. William Newbrander, Ronald Waldman y Megan Shepherd-Banigan
  • Human resources for health through conflict and recovery: lessons from African countries. Enrico Pavignani
  • Post-conflict health reconstruction: search for a policy. Leonard S. Rubenstein
  • Mother's body mass index as a predictor of infant's nutritional status in the post-emergency phase of a flood. Sophie Goudet, Paula Griffths y Barry A. Bogin
  • Supporting breastfeeding in emergencies: protecting women's reproductive rights and maternal and infant health. Karleen D. Gribble, Marie McGrath, Ali MacLaine y Lida Lhotska
  • An integrated approach: managing resources for post-disaster reconstruction. Yan Chang, Suzanne Wilkinson, David Brunsdon, Erica Seville y Regan Potangaroa
  • Remodelling reparation: changes in the compensation of victims of natural catastrophes in Belgium and the Netherlands. Véronique Bruggeman, Michael Faure y Miriam Haritz
  • A test of stress theory: relief workers in refugee camps. Hussein H. Soliman y David F. Gillespie
  • Facilitating disaster preparedness through local radio broadcasting. Eila Romo-Murphy, Ross James y Mike Adams
2011, Vol. 35, Nº 3
  • Tsunami survivors' perspectives on vulnerability and vulnerability reduction: evidence from Koh Phi Phi Don and Khao Lak, Thailand.
  • Evaluating post-Katrina recovery in Mississippi using repeat photography.
  • Repetitive flood victims and acceptance of FEMA mitigation offers: an analysis with community-system policy implications.
  • Social impact of the 2004 Manawatu floods and the 'hollowing out' of rural New Zealand.
  • Severe drought and the vitamin A status of rural preschool children in India.
  • The establishment of a standard operation procedure for psychiatric service after an earthquake.
  • Establishing moral bearings: ethics and expatriate health care professionals in humanitarian work.
  • Disaster coordination preparedness of soft-target organizations.
2011, Vol. 35, Nº 2
  • Dividing disasters in Aceh, Indonesia: Separatist conflict and tsunami, human rights and humanitarianism.
  • The role of the organisational psychologist in disasters and emergency situations.
  • Comparative analysis of permanent post-disaster houses contructed in Cankiri and Dinar.
  • Mother nature versus human nature: Public compliance with evacuation and quarantine.
2011, Vol. 35, Nº 1
  • The relationship between demographic/educational parameters and perceptions, knowledge and earthquake mitigation in Israel.
  • Information technology and emergency mangement: preparedness and planning in US states.
  • Pinning down vulnerability: from narratives to numbers.
  • Revisiting sphere: new standards of service delivery for new trends in potracted displacement.
2010, Vol. 34, Nº 4
  • Health sector recovery in early post-conflict environments: experience from southern Sudan.
  • Individual preparedness and mitigation actions for a predicted earhquake in Istambul.
  • Cyclone disaster vulnerability and response experiences in coastal Bangladesh. Emergency preparedness consultants at the local government level: the Israeli experience.
  • Between war and peace: humanitarian assistance in violent urban settings.
  • Doing good, but looking bad? Local perceptions of two humanitarian organisations in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
2010, Vol. 34, Nº 3
States of fragility: stabilisation and its implications for humanitarian action.
  • 'A tradition of forgetting': stabilisation and humanitarian action in historical perspective.
  • Stabilisation and humanitarian access in a collapsed state: the Somali case.
  • Stabilising a victor's peace? Humanitarian action and reconstruction in eastern Sri Lanka.
  • The United Kingdom's stabilisation model and Afghanistan: the impact on humanitarian actors.
  • Security for whom? Stabilisation and civilian protection in Colombia.
  • Aid and stability in Pakistan: lessons from the 2005 earthquake response.
  • Addressing symptoms but not causes: stabilisation and humanitarian action in Timor-Leste.
  • The effects of stabilisation on humanitarian action in Haiti.
2010, Vol. 34, Nº 3
  • Campaign contributions, lobbying and post-Katrina contracts.
  • Gauging the societal impacts of natural desasters using a capability approach.
  • Transformative experience for hurricanes Katrina and Rita disasters volunteers.
  • Fiji's wors natural disasters: the 1931 hurricane and flood.
  • Post-earthquake reabilitation of the rural water systems in Kashmir's Jehlum Valley.
  • Assessing the impact of the Indian Ocean tsunami on households: a modified domestics assets index approach.
  • Vulnerability of schools to floods in Nyando River catchment, Kenya.
  • Disasters response preparedness coordination through social networks.
  • Two solitudes: post-tsunami and post-conflict Aceh.
  • Symptomatic profile and health-related quality of life of persons affected by the Prestige catastrophe.
  • Optimazing hurricane disaster relief goods distribution: model development and application with respect to planing strategies.
  • Emergency safe spaces in Haiti and the Solomon Islands.
  • Minimization of socioeconomic disruption for displaced populations following disasters.
2010, Vol. 34, Nº 2
The social dynamics of Humanitarian Action
  • Community cohesion after a natural disaster: insights from a Carliste flood.
  • Lessons from a microfinance recapitalisation programme.
  • Organisational socialisation in a crisis context.
2010, Vol. 34, Nº 1

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