Instituto de Estudios sobre Desarrollo y Cooperación Internacional

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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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PaísR.U. INSTITUTE OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES. UNIVERSITY OF SUSSEX

Publicación del IDS ( Institute of Development Studies ), dirigida a las personas relacionadas con el mundo de la cooperación, tanto a quienes trabajan sobre el terreno como a quienes desempeñan funciones de gestión y de investigación. Cada ejemplar está dedicado monográficamente a una problemática sobre el desarrollo. En Hegoa se encuentran los ejemplares desde el nº 1 (1992). Disponibles los sumarios aquí.

Última entrega

  • Rethinking Impact Evaluation fro Development Barbara Befani, Chris Barnett and Elliot Stern
  • Have Development Evaluators Been Fighting the Last War... And If So, What is to be Done? Robert Picciotto
  • Process Tracing and Contribution Analysis:A Combined Approach to Generative Causal Inference for Impact Evaluation. Barbara Befani and John Mayne
  • The Triviality of Measuring Ultimate Outcomes: Acknowledging the Span of Direct Influence Giel Ton, Sietze Vellema and Lan Ge
  • Things you Wanted to Know about Bias in Evaluations but Never Dared to Think Laura Camfield, Maren Duvendack and Richard Palmer-Jones
  • Making M&E More 'Impact-oriented': Illustrations from the UN Jos Vaessen, Oscar Garcia and Juha I. Uitto
  • Some Thoughts on Development Evaluation Processes Ole Winckler Andersen
  • Developing a Research Agenda for Impact Evaluation in Development Patricia J. Rogers and Greet Peersman
2014, Vol. 45, Nº 5
  • Localising Governance: An Outlook on Research and Policy Anuradha Joshi and Markus Schultze-Kraft
  • Power Above and Below the Waterline: Bridging Political Economy and Power Analysis Jethro Pettit and Andrés Mejía Acosta
  • Reading the Local Context: A Causal Chain Approach to Social Accountability Anuradha Joshi
  • Power, Violence, Citizenship and Agency Rosemary McGee
  • Beyond Ballotocracy: Citizens' Voices and the Many Faces of Unruly Politics Mariz Tadros
  • Distributing the Wealth from the Earth Javier Arellano Yanguas and Andrés Mejía Acosta
  • Devolving the Power to Divide: Sectarian Relations in Egypt (2011–12) Mariz Tadros
  • Connecting Citizens to the State: Informal Local Governance Institutions in the Western Balkans Shandana Khan Mohmand and Snezana Misic Mihajlovic
  • Decentralisation and Accountability in War-to-Peace Transitions: The Case of Kosovo Markus Schultze-Kraft and Engjellushe Morina
2014, Vol. 45, Nº 4
CHINA AND INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
  • China and International Development: Challenges and Opportunities. ing Gu, Xiulan Zhang, Xiaoyun Li and Gerry Bloom
  • China's Role in the Rising of the South: Vision for 2030 . Xiaoyun Li, Dan Banik, Lixia Tang and Wu Jin
  • China's Role in Burma's Development. Neil Renwick
  • The Impact of China on the Donor Landscape in African Fragile States . Richard Schiere
  • China's Role in Africa: Implications for Governance and Development in Fragile States. Jing Gu and Anthony Carty
  • China and the BRICS Development Bank: Legitimacy and Multilateralism in South-South Cooperation. Adriana Erthal Abdenur
  • China's Development Finance: What Issues for Reporting and Monitoring Systems? Jiajun Xu and Richard Carey
  • Business Borderlands: China's Overseas State Agribusiness. Xiuli Xu, Gubo Qi and Xiaoyun Li
  • China's Foreign Aid Policy and Architecture: Strengths and Weaknesses Lan Xue and Yunnan Chen
2014, Vol. 45, Nº 2-2
New Perspectives from PhD Field Research
  • Introduction: New Perspectives from PhD Field Research. Marika Djolai, Eric Kasper , Ricardo Santos , Shilpi Srivastava y Linda Waldman
  • Weighing Up the Risks: The Challenge of Studying ‘Risk’ in Empirical Research.Stephen Whitfield
  • Performing Peace-building – Conferences, Rituals and the Role of Ethnographic Research. Tobias Denskus
  • The Power of Wellbeing Discourses among Indigenous and Non-Indigenous People in Mexico. Juan Jaime Loera-Gonzalez
  • Why Participation Matters: Communal Drinking Water Management in Bolivia and Ecuador. Maria Teresa Armijos y Anna Maria Walnycki
  • The Necessity of Engaging with Politics: Lessons from the Grass Roots in South India. Sunita Abraham
  • State-Dominated Civil Society and Migrant Children’s Education in Beijing. Myra Pong
  • The Disjuncture between Gendered Legislation and the Practice of Urban Planning: A Case Study of the Swaziland Urban Development Project. Hloniphile Y. Simelane
2014, Vol. 45, Nº 1
Undressing Patriarchy: Men and Structural Violence
  • Introduction: Undressing Patriarchy and Masculinities to Re-politicise Gender. Jerker Edström, Abhijit Das and Chris Dolan

PERSPECTIVES ON MEN, MASCULINITIES AND SHIFTING PATRIARCHAL ORDERS

  • ‘Money has More Weight than the Man’: Masculinities in the Marriages of Angolan War Veterans. John Spall
  • Poor Man’s Patriarchy: Gender Roles and Global Crises. Alexandra Kelbert and Naomi Hossain
  • Are Masculinities Changing? Ethnographic Exploration of a Gender Intervention with Men in Rural Maharashtra, India. Ahonaa Roy and Abhijit Das
  • Homophobia and Patriarchy in Nicaragua: A Few Ideas to Start a Debate. Patrick Welsh
  • Sex Work Undresses Patriarchy with Every Trick! Meena Saraswathi Seshu and Aarthi Pai

EVOLVING WORK WITH MEN AND BOYS

  • The HIV Blind Spot: Men and HIV Testing, Treatment and Care in Sub-Saharan Africa. Tim Shand, Hayley Thomson-de Boor, Wessel van den Berg, Dean Peacock and Laura Pascoe
  • Male Engagement in Deconstructing Institutional Violence in Kenya. Phil Erick Otieno
  • Changing Men: Challenging Stereotypes. Reflections on Working with Men on Gender Issues in India. Abhijit Das and Satish K. Singh

DEVELOPMENT POLICY AND MEN AND BOYS

  • Has Patriarchy been Stealing the Feminists’ Clothes? Conflict-Related Sexual Violence and UN Security Council Resolutions. Chris Dolan
  • A Radical Agenda for Men’s Caregiving. Gary Barker
  • Gender and Development Cooperation: Scaling up Work with Men and Boys. Paul Dover

THE POLITICS OF THE ‘MEN AND BOYS’ ENCOUNTER WITH FEMINISM

  • Reflecting on the Oppressor in the Mirror. Marc Peters
  • Towards an Intersectional Approach to Patriarchy: Male Homosociality in an American Context. Frank G. Karioris
  • The Male Order Development Encounter. Jerker Edström
2013, Vol. 44, Nº 5-6
Whose Goals Count? Lessons for Setting the Next Development Goals
  • Foreword: MDGs in Longer-Term Perspective – A Personal Reflection. Sir Richard Jolly
  • Whose Goals Count? Lessons for Setting the Next Development Goals. Richard Manning, Charlotte Harland Scott and Lawrence Haddad
  • Moving Towards a Post-2015 Development Framework – Lessons from Malawi. An Interview with Her Excellency Madam Joyce Banda, President of Malawi. Charlotte Harland Scott
  • The MDGs, Empowerment and Accountability in Africa: Retrospect and Prospects. Adebayo Olukoshi
  • Do MDGs Matter? India’s Development Trajectory in the 21st Century. Rajesh Tandon
  • Lessons from the Implementation of MDGs in Kenya: Options for a Post-2015 Framework. Mwangi Waituru
  • The MDG Enterprise: Experiences and Thoughts from Zambia. Michael J. Kelly
  • Gender Equality in the Post-2015 Development Agenda: Lessons from the MDGs. Gita Sen
  • Nutrition in Sub-Saharan Africa: Setting the Stage for a Post-2015 Take-off. Anna Lartey
  • Reducing Poverty through Agricultural Development in China. Sangui Wang
  • Post-2015 Development Agenda: Employment and Growth with Special Reference to India. S. Mahendra Dev
  • Infrastructure Deficit, Financing Needs and the Post-2015 MDG Framework in Africa. Mthuli Ncube
  • Broadening the Environmental Agenda in the Post-2015 Development Agenda. Adnan A. Hezri
  • Using 'Equitable and Sustainable Wellbeing' to Build the Post-MDGs Framework. Enrico Giovannini
2013, Vol. 44, Nº 4
China and Brazil in African Agriculture
  • New Development Encounters: China and Brazil in African Agriculture. Ian Scoones, Lídia Cabral and Henry Tugendhat
  • South–South Cooperation in Africa: Historical, Geopolitical and Political Economy Dimensions of International Development. Kojo Sebastian Amanor
  • What can Africa Learn from China's Experience in Agricultural Development? Li Xiaoyun, Tang Lixia, Xu Xiuli, Qi Gubo and Wang Haimin
  • Chinese Agriculture Development Cooperation in Africa: Narratives and Politics. Lila Buckley
  • Brazil–Africa Agricultural Cooperation Encounters: Drivers, Narratives and Imaginaries of Africa and Development. Lídia Cabral, Alex Shankland, Arilson Favareto and Alcides Costa Vaz
  • How Brazil’s Agrarian Dynamics Shape Development Cooperation in Africa. Francesco Maria Pierri
  • Expanding Agri-business: China and Brazil in Ghanaian Agriculture. Kojo Sebastian Amanor
  • Negotiating New Relationships: How the Ethiopian State is Involving China and Brazil in Agriculture and Rural Development. Dawit Alemu and Ian Scoones
  • Brazil and China in Mozambican Agriculture: Emerging Insights from the Field. Sérgio Chichava, Jimena Duran, Lídia Cabral, Alex Shankland, Lila Buckley, Tang Lixia and Zhang Yue
  • Reviving Zimbabwe’s Agriculture: The Role of China and Brazil. Langton Mukwereza
2013, Vol. 44, Nº 3
Seeing the Unseen: Breaking the Logjam of Undernutrition in Pakistan
  • Seeing the Unseen: Breaking the Logjam of Undernutrition in Pakistan. Zulfiqar A. Bhutta, Haris Gazdar and Lawrence Haddad

NUTRITION STATUS IN PAKISTAN: IMPORTANCE, TRENDS, CORRELATES AND CAUSES

  • Evaluation of Nutrition Surveys in Flood affected Areas of Pakistan: Seeing the Unseen. S.M. Moazzem Hossain, Mah Talat, Erin Boyd, Shamim Rafique Chowdhury, Sajid Bashir Soofi, Imtiaz Hussain, Imran Ahmed, Rehana Abdus Salam and Zulfiqar A. Bhutta
  • Towards Improved Food and Nutrition Security in Sindh Province, Pakistan. Shahid Fazal, Paola María Valdettaro, Joanna Friedman, Cécile Basquin and Silke Pietzsch
  • Inflation and Food Security in Pakistan: Impact and Coping Strategies. Haris Gazdar and Hussain Bux Mallah

ASSESSMENT OF SELECTED INTERVENTIONS

  • Impact on Health and Nutrition Outcomes in Sindh Province, Pakistan. Imtiaz Hussain, Sajid Bashir Soofi, Seema Hasan, Nelofer Mehboob, Masawar Hussain, Arjumand Rizvi and Zulfiqar A. Bhutta
  • Impoverished Rural Districts of Pakistan: An Independent Evaluation of Impact on Educational and Cognitive Outcomes in Sindh Province, Pakistan. Sajid Bashir Soofi, Imtiaz Hussain, Nelofer Mehboob, Masawar Hussain, Zaid Bhatti, Saiqa Khan, Seema Hasan and Zulfiqar A. Bhutta
  • Achieving Universal Salt Iodisation (USI) in Pakistan: Challenges, Experiences and the Way Forward. Ahmed K. Masuood and Tausif Akhtar Janjua
  • Agriculture and Nutrition in Pakistan: Pathways and Disconnects. Mysbah Balagamwala and Haris Gazdar

THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF NUTRITION IN PAKISTAN

  • Engaging Development Partners in Efforts to Reverse Malnutrition Trends in Pakistan. F. James Levinson on behalf of the Pakistan Nutrition Development Partners Group
  • Missing Dimensions in Addressing Child Malnutrition in Pakistan: Lessons from the Tawana Experience. Kausar S. Khan, Ghazala Rafique and Sohail Amir Ali Bawani
  • Nutrition Policy in the Post-devolution Context in Pakistan: An Analysis of Provincial Opportunities and Barriers. Shehla Zaidi, Shandana Khan Mohmand, Noorya Hayat, Andres Mejia Acosta and Zulfiqar A. Bhutta
  • The Emerging Social Contract: State–Citizen Interaction after the Floods of 2010 and 2011 in Southern Sindh, Pakistan. Ayesha Siddiqi
2013, Vol. 44, Nº 2
Real Time Monitoring for the Most Vulnerable
  • Introduction: Real Time Monitoring for the Most Vulnerable – Investing in Common Guidance for Equity and Quality. Martin Greeley, Henry Lucas, Jingqing Chai and Matthew Cummins
  • Real Time Monitoring for the Most Vulnerable: Concepts and Methods. Henry Lucas, Martin Greeley and Keetie Roelen
  • Real Time Monitoring and the New Information Technologies. Henry Lucas, Simon Batchelor and Evangelia Berdou

REAL TIME MONITORING OF THE GLOBAL CRISIS The RIM Initiative in Vietnam: 'Prioritise Rapid Results rather than Publishable Results' Henry Lucas and Jay Chaudhuri

Real Time Monitoring in Romania: Part of the Bigger Picture Keetie Roelen

REAL TIME MONITORING IN THE SOCIAL SECTORS

  • Real Time Monitoring for the Most Vulnerable: UNICEF's Experience in Uganda. Matthew Cummins and Barbara Huddleston
  • Lessons from Senegal’s Database System for Case Management for Child Protection: A Pilot Project on Web-based and Mobile Technology. Jerker Edström, with Amadou Moreau and Xavier R. Sire
  • Real Time Monitoring with Indigenous Peoples: Technical, Social and Political Challenges, and Lessons from Brazil. Alex Shankland, Maria Elvira Toledo, Adriana Barbosa and Maria Ferreira Bittencourt
  • Real Time Monitoring for the Most Vulnerable: Pre-Primary Education in Bangladesh. Mahmuda Akhter and Jay Chaudhuri

REAL TIME MONITORING IN EMERGENCIES AND DISASTERS

  • Real Time Monitoring for the Most Vulnerable:Yemen Social Protection Monitoring Survey 2011–2012. Tammy Smith
  • Real Time Monitoring in Disasters. Nigel Scott and Simon Batchelor
2013, Vol. 44, Nº 1
Piecing it Together: Post-Conflict Security in an Africa of Networked, Multilevel Governance
  • Social Contracts, Networks and Security in Tropical Africa Conflict States: An Overview. David K. Leonard
  • Insecurity and Local Governance in Congo’s South Kivu. Ferdinand Mugumo Mushi
  • A Village-Up View of Sierra Leone’s Civil War and Reconstruction. James Bibi Maiah Vincent
  • Reconstructing Political Order Among the Somalis: The Historical Record in the South and Centre. David K. Leonard and Mohamed Samantar
  • Coordinating Development in Conflict States: Donor Networks in Somalia. Anna Schmidt
  • The Dynamics of Restraint in Côte d’Ivoire. Jeremy Allouche and Patrick Anderson Zadi Zadi
  • Democracy, Liberty and Montesquieu: Constructing Accountable Order in African Conflict States . David K. Leonard
  • The IDS Global Uncertainties Project on Security in an Africa of Networked, Multilevel Governance
2012, Vol. 43, Nº 6
Young people and agriculture in Africa
  • Introduction: The Young People and Agriculture ‘Problem’ in Africa. James Sumberg, Nana Akua Anyidoho, Jennifer Leavy, Dolf J.H. te Lintelo and Kate Wellard
  • Agriculture and the Generation Problem: Rural Youth, Employment and the Future of Farming. Ben White
  • Perceptions and Aspirations: A Case Study of Young People in Ghana's Cocoa Sector. Nana Akua Anyidoho, Jennifer Leavy and Kwadwo Asenso-Okyere
  • ‘A Last Resort and Often Not an Option at All’: Farming and Young People in Ethiopia. Getnet Tadele and Asrat Ayalew Gella
  • Quick Money and Power: Tomatoes and Livelihood Building in Rural Brong Ahafo, Ghana. Christine Okali and James Sumberg
  • Youth Farming and Nigeria's Development Dilemma: The Shonga Experiment. Joseph Ayodele Ariyo and Michael Mortimore
  • Youth, Agriculture and Land Grabs in Malawi. Blessings Chinsinga and Michael Chasukwa
  • Land Policies and Labour Markets in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Law and Economics Analysis. Luis Tomás Montilla Fernández
  • Young People in African (Agricultural) Policy Processes? What National Youth Policies Can Tell Us. Dolf J.H. te Lintelo
2012, Vol. 43, Nº 5
New Roles for Communication in Development?
  • Is Development Research Communication Coming of Age? Blane Harvey, Tessa Lewin and Catherine Fisher
  • Deliberation, Dialogue and Debate: Why Researchers need to Engage with Others to Address Complex Issues. Ajoy Datta
  • Stimulating Demand for Research Evidence: What Role for Capacity-building? Kirsty Newman, Catherine Fisher and Louise Shaxson
  • This Research does not Influence Policy. Patta Scott-Villiers
  • Understanding Context in Learning-centred Approaches to Climate Change Communication. Blane Harvey, Liz Carlile, Jonathan Ensor, Ben Garside and Zachary Patterson
  • Approaches to Development Research Communication. Tessa Lewin and Zachary Patterson
  • Cartographers, Conciliators and Catalysts: Understanding the Communicative Roles of Researchers. Nicholas Benequista and Joanna Wheeler
  • Advances in Knowledge Brokering in the Agricultural Sector: Towards Innovation System Facilitation. Laurens Klerkx, Marc Schut, Cees Leeuwis and Catherine Kilelu
  • Seeing ‘With my Own Eyes’: Strengthening Interactions between Researchers and Schools. Alun Davies, Bibi Mbete, Greg Fegan, Sassy Molyneux and Sam Kinyanjui
  • Passing on the Hot Potato: Lessons from a Policy Brief Experiment . Penelope Beynon, Marie Gaarder, Christelle Chapoy and Edoardo Masset
  • Radio, ICT Convergence and Knowledge Brokerage: Lessons from Sub-Saharan Africa. Heather Gilberds and Mary Myers
  • Changing the Financial Landscape of Africa: An Unusual Story of Evidence-informed Innovation, Intentional Policy Influence and Private Sector Engagement. Simon Batchelor
  • Reframing Digital Storytelling as Co-creative. Lara Worcester
  • Digital Storytelling in Bangladesh: Experiences, Challenges and Possibilities. Samia A. Rahim
  • Changing Focus: Exploring Images of Women and Empowerment in Egypt. Kristina Hallez
  • Real World: Empowering Representations of Women through Film. Tessa Lewin
  • Emerging Implications of Open and Linked Data for Knowledge Sharing in Development. Tim Davies and Duncan Edwards
2012, Vol. 43, Nº Special Issue
Standing on the Threshold: Food Justice in India

OVERVIEW OF FOOD AND NUTRITION IN INDIA

  • Overview. Standing on the Threshold: Food Justice in India. Lawrence Haddad, C.P. Chandrasekhar and Biraj Swain
  • Hunger and Malnutrition in India. N.C. Saxena
  • Food from the Courts: The Indian Experience. Harsh Mander

HUNGRY FOR JUSTICE

  • Elimination of Identity-based Discrimination in Food and Nutrition Programmes in India. Rajendra P. Mamgain and G. Dilip Diwakar
  • Who do ICDS and PDS Exclude and What Can be Done to Change This? Biraj Swain and M. Kumaran
  • Priority Changes for Strengthening Women's Role as Producers, Processors and Providers of Food and Nutrition. Amita Shah
  • How Best to Ensure Adivasis' Land, Forest and Mineral Rights? Felix Padel
  • Food and Nutrition Justice: How to Make it More Newsworthy? Paranjoy Guha Thakurta and Subi Chaturvedi
  • Measuring Political Commitment to Reducing Hunger and Under-nutrition: Can it be Done and Will it Help? Dolf J.H. te Lintelo

MAINTAINING FOOD JUSTICE GAINS

  • Food Price Levels and Volatility: Sources, Impact and Implications. C.P. Chandrasekhar
  • How Can India Help Prevent Food Price Volatility? M.S. Swaminathan and Swarna S. Vepa
  • Large-scale Investments in Agriculture in India. R. Ramakumar
  • Revitalising Agriculture in Eastern India: Investment and Policy Priorities. Nilachala Acharya and Subrat Das
  • Adapting Smallholder Agriculture to Climate Change. G.V. Ramanjaneyulu
  • India's Climate Policy: Squaring the Circle. D. Raghunandan
2012, Vol. 43, Nº 4
Hybrid security orders in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Preface: Security Sector Reform: An Essential Challenge for Peace Building Processes in Africa.
  • Introduction: Hybrid Security Governance in Africa. Niagalé Bagayoko
  • The African Standby Force: An Element of Prospective Multilevel Security Governance. Olaf Bachmann
  • Multilevel Governance and Security: Security Sector Reform in the Central African Republic. Niagalé Bagayoko
  • Mapping Police Services in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Thierry Nlandu Mayamba
  • A 'Force for Good'? Police Reform in Postconflict Sierra Leone. Joseph P. Chris Charley and Freida Ibiduni M'Cormack
  • Security Systems in Francophone and Anglophone Africa. Niagalé Bagayoko
  • Criminal Networks and Conflict-resolution Mechanisms in Northern Mali. Kalilou Sidibé
2012, Vol. 43, Nº 3
Action Research for Development and Social Change
  • Introduction: Action Research for Development and Social Change. Danny Burns, Blane Harvey and Afredo Ortiz Aragón
  • Getting to Grips with Power: Action Learning for Social Change in the UK. Jethro Pettit
  • Shifting Identity from Within the Conversational Flow of Organisational Complexity. Alfredo Ortiz Aragón
  • Guns, Silences, and Change: Using Action Research in Contexts of Violence. Joanna Wheeler
  • Action Research with Children: Lessons from Tackling Disasters and Climate Change. Thomas Tanner and Frances Seballos
  • Sharing and Co-generating Knowledges: Reflections on Experiences with PRA and CLTS. Robert Chambers
  • Participative Systemic Inquiry. Danny Burns
  • Linking Community, Radio, and Action Research on Climate Change: Reflections on a Systemic Approach. Blane Harvey, Danny Burns and Katy Oswald
2012, Vol. 43, Nº 2
'Some for All?' Politics and Pathways in Water and Sanitation
  • Introduction: ‘Some for All Rather than More for Some’? Contested Pathways and Politics since the 1990 New Delhi Statement. Alan Nicol, Lyla Mehta and Jeremy Allouche

PATHWAYS TAKEN AND NOT TAKEN

  • Some for All Rather than More for Some: A Myth or a Reality? Gourisankar Ghosh
  • Barriers and Opportunities for Sanitation and Water for All, as Envisaged by the New Delhi Statement. Jon Lane

POLITICAL COMPLEXITIES

  • Anti-Privatisation Debates, Opaque Rules and ‘Privatised’ Water Services Provision: Some Lessons from Indonesia. Mohamad Mova Al 'Afghani
  • Pipe Dreams? The Governance of Urban Water Supply in Informal Settlements, New Delhi. Suneetha Dasappa Kacker and Anuradha Joshi
  • Swajaldhara: ‘Reversed’ Realities in Rural Water Supply in India. Shilpi Srivastava
  • Enabling or Disabling? Reflections on the Ethiopian National WASH Inventory Process. Katharina Welle, Florian Schaefer, John Butterworth and Kristof Bostoen

WHOSE KNOWLEDGE COUNTS?

  • Redefining Water Security through Social Reproduction: Lessons Learned from Rajasthan’s ‘Ocean of Sand'. Michael Mascarenhas
  • Closing the Gap between ‘Expert’ and ‘Lay’ Knowledge in the Governance of Wastewater: Lessons and Reflections from New Delhi. Tim Karpouzoglou and Anna Zimmer
  • Is Water Policy the New Water Law? Rethinking the Place of Law in Water Sector Reforms. Philippe Cullet
  • Negotiating Marginalities: Right to the City’s Water. Nishtha Mehta

SANITATION: UPTAKE AND SUSTAINABILITY

  • Sanitation: What’s the Real Problem? Duncan Mara
  • Why not Basics for All? Scopes and Challenges of Community-led Total Sanitation. Kamal Kar
  • Working Locally and Globally for Lasting Change: Linking Community Demand and Political Leadership. Barbara Frost

FOCUSING DOWN ON EQUITY

  • Equity and Inclusion in Sanitation and Hygiene in South Asia: A Regional Synthesis. Ravi Narayanan, Hendrik van Norden, Louisa Gosling and Archana Patkar
  • Needs, Rights and Responsibilities in Water Governance: Some Reflections. Synne Movik
2012, Vol. 43, Nº 1
The pulse of Egypt´s revolt
  • Introduction: The Pulse of the Arab Revolt. Mariz Tadros
  • Precursors of the Egyptian Revolution. Khalid Ali
  • The Role of the Youth's New Protest Movements in the January 25th Revolution. Yusery Ahmed Ezbawy
  • The Mubarak Regime's Failed Youth Policies and the January Uprising. Youssef Wardany
  • The Political Economy of the Egyptian and Arab Revolt. Omar S. Dahi
  • Accumulative Bad Governance. Sameh Fawzy
  • Backstage Governance. Mariz Tadros
  • The January 25th Uprisings: Through or in Spite of Civil Society? Ayman Abd el Wahab
  • Human Rights Organisations and the Egyptian Revolution. Mohamed Hussein El Naggar
  • The Islamist vs the Islamic in Welfare Outreach. Emad Siam
  • The Jaded Gender and Development Paradigm of Egypt. Hania Sholkamy
  • Donors' Responses to Arab Uprisings: Old Medicine in New Bottles? Yousry Mustapha
2011, Vol. 42, Nº 6
Social Protection for Social Justice

OVERVIEW 1

  • Democratic Governance for Social Justice: The Politics of Social Protection. Deepta Chopra and Dolf te Lintelo
  • One Step Beyond: From Social Protection Recipients to Citizens. Savina Tessitore
  • Social Protection in Zambia – Whose Politics? Esther Schüring and Julie Lawson-McDowall
  • Collaborative Governance: Analysing Social Audits in MGNREGA in India. Nidhi Vij

OVERVIEW 2

  • Social Protection to Address the Drivers of Vulnerability: A Bridge too Far? Keetie Roelen
  • Reflections on Including Disability in Social Protection Programmes. Marguerite Schneider, Wamundila Waliuya, Joseph Musanje and Leslie Swartz
  • Why is Social Protection Gender-blind? The Politics of Gender and Social Protection. Nicola Jones and Rebecca Holmes
  • Dignity and Stigma among South African Female Cash Transfer Recipients. Tessa Hochfeld and Sophie Plagerson
  • Richer but Resented: What do Cash Transfers do to Social Relations? Ian MacAuslan and Nils Riemenschneider

OVERVIEW 3

  • Social Protection and Climate Change. Christophe Béné
  • Adaptive Social Protection in Rwanda:‘Climate-proofing’ the Vision 2020 Umurenge Programme. Paul B. Siegel, Justine Gatsinzi and Andrew Kettlewell
  • Is there a Role for Cash Transfers in Climate Change Adaptation? Rachel Godfrey Wood

OVERVIEW 4

  • (Re)distribution and Growth: What is the Role of Social Protection? Rachel Sabates-Wheeler and Gabriele Koehler
  • Addressing Inequality: Framing Social Protection in National Development Strategies. Kate Carroll
  • Transformative Social Protection: Reflections on South Asian Policy Experiences. Gabriele Koehler
  • Political and Civil Society in India’s Welfare Trajectory. Ellen Ehmke
  • Social Protection, the Millennium Development Goals and Human Rights. Wouter van Ginneken
2011, Vol. 42, Nº 5
Time to Reimagine Development
  • Introduction: Time to Reimagine Development?- Lawrence Haddad, Naomi Hossain, J. Allister McGregor y Lyla Mehta
  • A Methodological Strategy for Reimagining Development: Enabling Complex Systemic Patterns to Surface through Multiple Voices. Danny Burns

IMPACTS ON LIVES AND LIVELIHOODS

  • Reimagining Development through the Crisis Watch Initiative. J. Allister McGregor
  • Reimagining Development with Indigenous People: Reflections from the São Gabriel da Cachoeira Workshop. Alex Shankland
  • Experiences and Reimaginings of Development from a Kutchi Village. Lyla Mehta
  • Transforming a Country? A Debate on Reimaginations of Development, Change and Crisis in Ethiopia. Birgit Habermann
  • Better Social Welfare, Ukraine. Marc P. Berenson

REFLECTING ON KEY ASSUMPTIONS FROM DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES

  • Development Professionals: Reconciling Personal Values with Professional Values. Neranjana Gunetilleke, Nilakshi De Silva y Gayathri Lokuge
  • Reimagining Development in the UK? Findings from the UK Public Opinion Monitor. Johanna Lindstrom y Spencer Henson
  • 'Images, Reflections, Mirrors': Student Perspectives on the Financial Crisis and Challenges for Development. Lars Otto Naess
  • Time to Reimagine Development? Editors Lawrence Haddad, Naomi Hossain, J. Allister McGregor y Lyla Mehta
  • The Faith Factor in Reimagining Development. Mariz Tadros
  • Beyond Silos: Complex Global Shocks and the New Challenges for Civil Society. Naomi Hossain
  • Grassroots Women Organising for Resilient Communities around the World. Dahlia Goldenberg
  • Reimagining Aid for the Next Ten Years: What do Donors Think? Sara J. Wolcott y Lawrence Haddad
  • Using the Financial Crisis to Reimagine the Private Sector. Sara J. Wolcott
  • How can the Financial Sector Better Serve People and the Planet? The Need to Reimagine Finance. Sara J. Wolcott

REIMAGINING ISSUES

  • Reimagining 21st Century Development in Malawi: Generating and Sharing Knowledge Beyond the Traditional Development Establishment. Liz Allcock y Jimmy Kainja
  • Reimagining Participation: Opportunities and Challenges of the Open Source Model of Collaboration for Development Thinking and Practice. Evangelia Berdou
  • Tackling Instability in Financial Markets with a Panic Tax. Neil McCulloch
  • From Reimagining to Repositioning Accountability. Wenny Ho
  • 100 Voices: Southern NGO Perspectives on the Millennium Development Goals and Beyond. Amy Pollard, Andy Sumner, Monica Polato-Lopes y Agnès de Mauroy
2011, Vol. 42, Nº 4
The politics of seed in Africa's Green Revolution.
  • The politics of seed in Africa's Green Revolution: Alternative narratives and competing pathways.
  • The political ecology of cereal seed development in Africa: A history of selection.
  • From farmer participation to pro-poor seed markets: The political economomy of commercial cereal seed networks in Ghana.
  • Seeds and subsidies: The political economy of input programmes in Malawi.
  • The political economy of Ethiopian cereal seed systems: State control, market liberalisation and decentralisation.
  • Can agro-dealers deliver the Green Revolution in Kenya?
  • The politics of seed relief in Zimbabwe.
  • Crowdsourcing crop improvement in Sub-Saharan Africa: A proposal for a scalable an inclusive approach to Food Security.
  • Whose power to control? Some reflections on seed systems and Food Security in a changing world.
2011, Vol. 42, Nº 3
Political Economy of Climate Change.
  • Towards a new political economy of climate change and development.
  • The political dimension of vulnerability: Implications for the Green Climate Fund.
  • Understanding the political economy of the Adaptation Fund.
  • Towards an Understanding of the political economy of the PPCR.
  • Forest voices: Competing narratives over REDD+
  • The political economy of climate resilient development planning in Bangladesh.
  • Prioritising PPCR investments in Mazambique: The politics of "Country Ownership" and "Stakeholder Participation".
  • Negotiating climate resilience in Nepal.
  • Indigenous people and the regulation of REDD+ in Brazil: Beyond the War of the Worlds?
  • The political economy of clean development in India: CDM and Beyond.
  • Bridging research and policy processes for Climate Change Adaptation.
  • Meteorologists meeting rainmakers: Indigenous Knowledge and Climate Policy Processes in Kenya.
  • The political economy of adaptation through Crop Deversification in Malawi.
2011, Vol. 42, Nº 2
Working with the grain? rethinking African governance
  • Towards a theory of local governance and public goods provision.
  • The eight modes of local governance in West Africa.
  • Local powers and the co-delivery of public goods in Niger.
  • Local governance and public goods in Malawi.
  • Makeni city council and the politics of co-production in post-conflict Sierra Leone.
  • Popular concepts of justice and hybrid judicial institucions in Ghana.
  • Rethinking the relationship between neo-patrimonialism and economic development in Africa.
  • Neo-patrimonialism, institutions and economics growth: the case of Malawi, 1964-2009.
  • Conclusion: rethinking African governance and development.
2011, Vol. 42, Nº 2011
Gender, Rights and Religion at the crossroads.
  • Disentangling religion and Politics: Whither gender equality?
  • Religion and Development: A pratitioner's perspective on instrumentalisation.
  • The Islamisation of Human Rights: Implications for gender and politics in the Middle East.
  • Islamism and secularim: between states instrumentalisation and opposition Islamic Movements.
  • Creating conservatism or emancipating subjects? On the narrative of Islamic observance in Egypt.
  • Re-thinking the promotion of Women's Rights through Islam in India.
  • From Islamic Feminism to a Muslim holistic feminism.
  • The Musli, brotherhood's gender agenda: Reformed or reframed?
2010, Vol. 41, Nº 6
People-centred M&E: aligning incentives so agriculture does more to reduce hunger.
  • Overview: Getting a more balanced view of what is working in agriculture to reduce hunger.
  • The sorry state of M&E in Agriculture: Can People-centred Approaches help?
  • Comentary on 'The sorry state of M&E in Agriculture: Can People-centred Approaches help?
  • Evaluation: Why, for whom and how?
  • Three approaches to Monitoring: Feedback Systems, Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation and Logical Frameworks.
  • A revolution whose time has come? The Win-Win of Quantitative Participatory Approaches and Methods. Robert Chambers.
  • Creating the missing feedback loop.
  • Private Sector Metrics contributions to social change: Customer satisfaction meets agricultural development.
  • Women's empowerment, development interventions and the manegement of information flows. Naila Kabeer.
  • A learning approach to monitoring and evaluation.
2010, Vol. 41, Nº 5
Quotas: add women and stir?
  • Implementing affirmative action: global trends.
  • The limits of women's quotas in Brazil.
  • Does the political participation of women matters? Democratic representation, affirmative action and quotas in Costa Rica.
  • A silver lining: Women in reserved seats in local governments in Bangladesh.
  • Towards a politics of collective empowerment: learning from hill women in rural Uttarakhand, India.
  • Forging ahead without an affirmative action policy: Female politicians in Sierra Leone's post-war electoral process.
  • The will to political power: the Rwandan women in leadership.
  • Palestinian women contesting power in chaos.
  • Quotas: A highway to power in Egypt... but for which women?
  • The Sudanese Women's Movement and the mobilisation for the 2008 legislative quota and its aftermath.
2010, Vol. 41, Nº 4
Barriers to the extension of social protection: evidence from Asia.
2010, Vol. 41, Nº 3
Capacity. Reflecting collectively on capacities for change
  • Vices and virtues in Capacity Development by International NGOs
  • Multiple faces of power and learning.
2010, Vol. 41, Nº 2
Negotiating empowerment
  • Tools for transformation?
  • Mobilising for change: strategies and tactics.
  • Empowerment's hidden pathways?