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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ALTERNATIVES HUMANITAIRES

2020, Nº 15
  • L'histoire sans fin. B. Martin et F. Grünewald
  • L'invention de l'impartialité : histoire d'un principe humanitaire, entre raisons juridique, stratégique et algorithmique. J. Glasman
  • Communiquer et convaincre : un regard d'humanitaires sur la réponse française à l'épidémie de coronavirus. E. Baron et M. Neuman
  • Les personnes en situation de sans-abrisme face à la Covid-19 : étude sur des éléments d'une praxis humanitaire chez des acteurs associatifs de Marseille. O. Nevissas, A. Tinland, C. Farnarier, É. Mosnier et M. Mosnier
  • Apprendre de la Covid-19 : l'inextricable lien entre la santé et le logement. G. Foden
  • L'impact de la Covid-19 sur les organisations de la société civile africaine. I. Sesmaisons
  • La localisation de l'aide au prisme de la Covid-19 : question de choix ou dernier recours ? M.-C. Savard, F. Audet et M.-P. Leroux
  • Collecte de données : les leçons tirées de la pandémie de Covid-19 dans les camps de réfugiés rothingyas de Cox's Bazar au Bangladesh. C. Holt, X. Hurni-Cranston, _L. Mahpara Ahmed et F. Mastroianni_
  • Entre menaces et opportunités : la rréponse canadienne face à la Covid-19. D. Alalouf-Hall, Y. Conoir, J.-M. Fontan, D. Grant-Poitras et S. Maltais
  • Réinventer la mise en récit à la faveur de la Covid-19 ? M. Senaratne
  • Représentation d'autrui faussée, modernité négligée et partenariat tronqué : pourquoi il faut décoloniser le plaidoyer humanitaire. F. Sennesael
  • Se donner les moyens de lutter contre l'impunité des agresseurs de travailleurs humanitaires. P. Ryfman

VIENTO SUR

2021, Nº 178

EL DESORDEN GLOBAL

  • Ciencia y capitalismo en tiempos de covid. Laura Nuño de la Rosa
  • Europa del Este: En los orígenes de la restauración capitalista. Catherine Samary

PLURAL. Bienes comunes vs. propiedad privada... en tiempos de pandemias

  • Presentación. Julia Cámara y Miguel Urbán
  • Marx y la propiedad. Isabelle Garo
  • El clima, la energía y el mito de la transición. Daniel Chavez y Sean Sweeney
  • Bienes comunes, deuda y patentes. Éric Toussaint
  • Antes, ya había un antes… ¡ya corrían los ríos! Karla Lara
  • Socializar la vida. Horizontes feministas posneoliberales. Javiera Manzi y Karina Nohales
  • Centros sociales y luchas por el derecho a la ciudad. Comisión de Comunicación de La Ingobernable

FUTURO ANTERIOR Los orígenes del PCE en su centenario. Pelai Pagès

AQUÍ Y AHORA

  • La impunidad de nunca acabar. El Proyecto de Ley de Memoria Democrática. Sabino Cuadra
  • El PPdeG y la disputa hegemónica del apoliticismo. Carlos Calvo Varela

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NUEVA SOCIEDAD

2021, Nº 295
AGITACIÓN EN AMÉRICA LATINA

La agitación política y social volvió a instalarse en América Latina y el Caribe. Las protestas, comenzadas en muchos casos antes de la pandemia de covid-19, se mezclaron con diversas crisis políticas y variadas combinaciones de desigualdad y deterioro económico y social. La región enfrenta, además, renovados desafíos económicos y geopolíticos sin proyectos ni visiones compartidas.

ALTERNATIVES HUMANITAIRES

2021, Nº 17
Recherche et humanitaire: les défis d'une collaboration

En dépit de notables rapprochements et de nombreux travaux menés en commun ces dernières années, acteurs de la recherche et de l’humanitaire continuent de se regarder encore trop souvent avec une méfiance qui puise à une méconnaissance réciproque. Les premiers sont encore parfois perçus comme des donneurs de leçons, confortablement installés dans leur « tour d’ivoire » quand les seconds seraient bien en mal de réfléchir avant d’agir et de s’interroger sur la manière d’utiliser les plus récentes données probantes pour définir leurs actions. Rares sont celles et ceux qui, pour autant, dénient leurs qualités respectives aux uns et aux autres, plus à titre individuel qu’organisationnel.

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ALTERNATIVES HUMANITAIRES

2021, Nº 16

Début 2018, plusieurs employés d’une organisation non gouvernementale (ONG) britannique sont accusés d’abus sexuels commis en Haïti après le séisme de 2010. Ce qui deviendra « le scandale Oxfam » révèle que l’humanitaire n’échappe pas au fléau des violences sexistes et sexuelles. D’autres ONG, mais aussi des organisations internationales, dévoilent à cette occasion les « comportements sexuels répréhensibles » (« sexual misconduct ») ayant pu être commis en leur sein, à l’encontre de bénéficiaires directs, de populations vulnérables ou d’autres personnels humanitaires. En association-référence au mouvement #MeToo, les hashtags AidToo et ReformAid font leur apparition, devenant les bannières sous lesquelles se rangent celles et ceux qui sont décidés à révéler, à combattre et à sanctionner les abus sexuels commis par des personnels évoluant dans le monde de l’aide internationale. En réaction, plusieurs organisations humanitaires expliquent les dispositifs déjà mis en place ou proposent de réformer leurs procédures de recrutement, de développer les formations sur les violences sexistes et sexuelles ou de revoir les mécanismes de sanction à leur disposition.

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CIDOB D'AFERS INTERNATIONALS, Revista

2019, Nº 121
La construcción de la paz: Colombia como espejo internacional

Tras un largo y costoso proceso de paz en Colombia, el grupo guerrillero Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia-Ejército del Pueblo (FARC-EP) y el Gobierno de Juan Manuel Santos lograron un acuerdo de paz en noviembre de 2016. Pero el fin del conflicto armado con esta guerrilla no significa que la paz se haya conseguido, pues aún subsisten otros grupos que continúan operando en el interior del país. No obstante, el Acuerdo de Paz alcanzado aporta un nuevo modelo en materia de negociaciones de paz y de construcción del posconflicto; y no solo por su foco en los derechos de las víctimas y su modelo de justicia transicional, sino también por la inclusión de una perspectiva diferenciada en el proceso, en especial, respecto al componente étnico, de género y territorial. Todos estos aspectos son analizados en los diferentes artículos que constituyen este número 121 de Revista CIDOB d’Afers Internacionals, cuyo objetivo es arrojar luz sobre los retos y logros de este proceso y acuerdo de paz y plantear si estos pueden servir como modelo.

CIDOB D'AFERS INTERNATIONALS, Revista

2020, Nº 126
Resurgimiento de la derecha en América Latina: nuevas coaliciones y agendas

América Latina ha dado un giro a la derecha. Con la elección de Mauricio Macri como presidente de Argentina en 2015 y, sobre todo, de Jair Bolsonaro en Brasil en 2018, se inició un ciclo electoral en el que América Latina parecía haber dado la espalda a la «marea rosa» liderada por la izquierda que dominó la región desde el comienzo del milenio. El número 126 de Revista CIDOB d'Afers Internacionals busca analizar este fenómeno desde un enfoque integral del poder –que abarca las dimensiones ideológica, económica, militar y política–, así como sus influencias transnacionales, a partir de la siguiente pregunta clave: ¿Qué es nuevo y qué no en la actual generación de actores de la derecha en la región? Los artículos presentados proporcionan una imagen amplia de una derecha regional en transición, en la que muchos de los antiguos centros de poder siguen siendo prominentes (el ejército, por ejemplo, o la religión) pero con roles e identidades transformadas; y donde nuevos actores y medios de comunicación están redefiniendo la derecha latinoamericana del siglo XXI.

VIENTO SUR

2021, Nº 177

EL DESORDEN GLOBAL

  • Deuda y migraciones forzadas.Anaïs Carton y Alain Fabert
  • La revolución no será televisada (pero puede ayudar). Series y diversidad en la era del Make America Great Again. Delicia Aguado y Patricia Martínez
  • La centralidad del capital financiero en la solución europea a la crisis. Mats Lucia Bayer

PLURAL. Malestar social y salud mental

  • Presentación. Toni García
  • La vida que puede ser tan poco: vigilancia y supervivencia ampliada. Anselm Jappe, Sandrine Aumercier, Clément Homs y Gabriel Zacarias
  • La privatización del malestar. Manuel Desviat
  • Psiquiatrización, pandemia y Orgullo Loco. Fátima Masoud
  • Cantos de cisne para una dialógica corporal. Martín Correa-Urquiza

PLURAL 2

  • Entrevista a Gavin Walker: El marxismo y los años rojos en Japón. Selim Nadi

AQUÍ Y AHORA

  • Educación y emancipación. A propósito de un libro de Marina Garcés. Marc Casanovas

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NUEVA SOCIEDAD

2021, Nº 294
¿QUÉ SABEMOS DE LA INTELIGENCIA ARTIFICIAL?

La inteligencia artificial ya no es parte de un futuro de ciencia ficción; está en nuestras vidas, a veces de manera visible y en la mayor parte de los casos, sin que seamos conscientes de ello. El futuro de la democracia, de los derechos ciudadanos y laborales, y de la capacidad ciudadana para incidir en el rumbo político y social a escala global depende de lo que hagamos con ella.

VIENTO SUR

2021, Nº 176

EL DESORDEN GLOBAL

  • Birmania, el frente incandescente de Asia Oriental. Pierre Rousset
  • Palestina-Israel: Entrevista a Thomas Vescovi. Julien Salingue
  • Chile: De la revuelta al proceso. Karina Nohales
  • Litio, cobalto y tierras raras. La carrera por los recursos pospetróleo. Michael T. Klare

PLURAL. Crisis sistémica y estrategias ecosociales

  • Presentación. Juanjo Álvarez y Martín Lallana
  • La insostenible reconstrucción del business as usual. Erika González y Pedro Ramiro
  • Más allá del negacionismo y el neoliberalismo verde, tejer justicia climática. Júlia Martí
  • Entrevista a Thea Riofrancos: La apuesta por un Green New Deal radical. Redacción Viento Sur
  • Estrategias decrecentistas. Luis González Reyes
  • Ecosocialismo: la necesidad de una alternativa revolucionaria. Juanjo Álvarez y Martín Lallana

FUTURO ANTERIOR

  • En el centenario del Desastre de Annual. María Rosa de Madariaga

AQUÍ Y AHORA

  • Fútbol y hegemonía. De la Superliga al fútbol popular. Xaquín Pastoriza

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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.

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  • 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.