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Instituto de Estudios sobre Desarrollo y Cooperación Internacional

Nazioarteko Lankidetza eta Garapenari Buruzko Ikasketa Institutua

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Politique Africaine

2024, Nº 173
Conflits armés dans la Corne de l’Afrique

Ce dossier donne sens à ces reconfigurations violentes et meurtrières, qui sont le produit de trajectoires sociales et militaires partagées à l’échelle régionale mais s’inscrivent dans des contextes politiques singuliers. Depuis le Soudan et le Soudan du Sud, l’Éthiopie et le Somaliland, il observe l’ancrage social de la violence de guerre, son économie politique locale et régionale et sa politisation – notamment dans son rapport à l’État. Les différentes contributions interrogent la milicianisation des États, la mobilisation des groupes armés, les restructurations partisanes, le renouveau géopolitique du capitalisme dans la région, ainsi que les engrenages et les dynamiques de la violence de guerre et du génocide. Pour documenter ces situations peu renseignées, ce dossier suit une démarche anthologique et rassemble des textes de diverses natures (entretiens, témoignages et articles), afin notamment de donner la parole aux témoins directs des transformations en cours.

Más información aquí.

Community Development Journal

2024, Vol. 59, Nº 2
Queer and trans community building in post-NALSA and post-377 India: a critical reflection

EDITORIAL

  • Queer and trans community building in post-NALSA and post-377 India: a critical reflection. Pushpesh Kumar and others

ARTICLES

  • ‘Doctors advised to take medicines to remove these thoughts’: the violence and violations in sexual mental health care in community mental health programmes in Kerala. Sudarshan R Kottai
  • Precarious life in a heartless world: COVID-19 and the gender transgressive Shivashaktis in Southern India. Debomita Mukherjee, Archana Rao & Pushpesh Kumar
  • ‘It’s nice that we can do that too’: investigating transgender persons’ negotiations with identity and community questions in Indian science institutions. Sayantan Datta
  • Queerious communities: building writing centres in Indian universities. Anannya Dasgupta
  • Brittle bonds: queer relationalities in literary and cinematic forms in India. Navaneetha Mokkil
  • Migration and making of non-heteronormative households and families: lived experiences of cisgender women partners of trans men in Bengaluru. Agaja Puthan Purayil
  • Familialization of the ‘deviant’: a hindrance to queer community building? Pritha Chakrabarti

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Peacebuilding, conflict and community development. Niamh Gaynor
  • Caring for place: community development in rural England. Neil Turnbull

Más información aquí.

PAPELES de Relaciones Ecosociales y Cambio Global

2024, Nº 165
Paz ambiental. Hacia un nuevo paradigma

La investigación para la paz lleva más de seis décadas analizando diversas formas de conflictividad −muy especialmente, los conflictos armados− y desarrollando las mejores herramientas para abordarla y trascenderla de forma pacífica.

A medida que la crisis ecosocial se agrava y se erige como la principal cuestión de nuestro tiempo, y la pugna por los recursos naturales estalla en multitud de conflictos socioecológicos por todo el mundo, los estudios de paz están ampliando su atención a este tipo de hostilidades, que representan cada vez una parte más amplia de la conflictividad global.

El objetivo es doble: reflexionar sobre la problemática, desarrollando el concepto de paz ambiental, y aplicar los instrumentos disponibles a esta nueva conflictividad. Este número de Papeles de relaciones ecosociales y cambio global explora el novedoso campo de teoría y praxis donde se entrecruzan la investigación para la paz y los análisis de la crisis ecosocial y los conflictos asociados.

A través del siguiente enlace puedes consultar el índice y leer los artículos disponibles en línea.

The European Journal of Development Research

2024, Vol. 36, Nº 2
  • The Challenge of Productivity-Based Development: Innovation Gaps and Economic Structure in Latin America Eva Paus, Mike Robinson
  • ‘Mind the Gaps’: Exploring Regional and Gender Patterns in Threats to Ethiopian Adolescents’ Bodily Integrity Elizabeth Presler-Marshall, Nicola Jones, Sarah Baird, Rebecca Dutton, Workneh Yadete
  • Do Behavioral Interventions Enhance the Effects of Cash on Early Childhood Development and Its Determinants? Evidence from a Cluster-Randomized Trial in Madagascar Saugato Datta, Joshua Martin, Catherine MacLeod, Laura B. Rawlings, Andrea Vermehren
  • Resilience Pathways of Informal Settlements in Nairobi: Stasis, Decline, Adaptation, and Transformation Jan Fransen, Beatrice Hati, Naomi van Stapele, Samuel Kiriro, Rosebella Nyumba
  • Trade Agreements, Technical Regulations, and Standards: Competitiveness Implications for Kenyan Exporters to European Union Shadrack Muthami Mwatu, Charity Kageni Mbaka, John Gakuu Karanja, Grace Mukami Muriithi
  • The Impact of the Disability Allowance on Financial Well-Being in the Maldives: Quasi-experimental Study Lena Morgon Banks, Shaffa Hameed, Sofoora Kawsar Usman, Calum Davey, Hannah Kuper
  • Investigating Financial Development and Its Direct and Indirect Environmental Effects in South Africa: Fresh Policy Insights Maxwell Chukwudi Udeagha, Marthinus Christoffel Breitenbach
  • Participatory Video and Impact: Analysis of the Living Cultures Indigenous Fellowship Juanjo Balaguer

Journal of Human Development and Capabilities

2024, Vol. 25, Nº 1
  • Repair in Education Spaces Melanie Walker
  • Measurement Is Not Everything, But It Does Make a Difference S. Subramanian
  • Affiliation as Solidarity: Perspective of Vulnerable Groups Ana Petek, Ana Gavran Miloš & Nebojša Zelič
  • Labour Law, Employees’ Capability for Voice, and Wellbeing: A Framework for Evaluation Cherise Regier
  • Realising Capabilities for Street Young People in Harare, Zimbabwe: A New Approach to Social Protection Witness Chikoko, Lorraine van Blerk, Janine Hunter & Wayne Shand
  • The Capability Approach, Pedagogic Rights and Course Design: Developing Autonomy and Reflection through Student-Led, Individually Created Courses Rowan Murray
  • Using Alienation to Understand the Link Between Work and Capabilities Simantini Mukhopadhyay
  • A Minimal Capabilities-Based Account of Loss and Damage Laura García-Portela
  • Response to the 2023 Human Security Policy Forum Brendan M. Howe
  • How Institutional Economics May Support the Analysis of Individual and Collective Capabilities Irene van Staveren
  • Democratising Participatory Research: Pathways to Social Justice from the South César Osorio Sánchez
  • Measuring the Development Progress of Least Developed Countries: In the Context of World Development Henry H. Bi
  • Future-oriented Codesign Workshops as a Method of Empowering Citizens in Urban Infrastructure Development: A Capabilitarian Analysis Chiara Gasperoni et al.

The European Journal of Development Research

2024, Vol. 36, Nº 1
  • Grower Power for Value Creation in High-Value Horticulture? The Case of Citrus in South Africa Shingie Chisoro, Simon Roberts
  • Including Men in a Female Financial Model: An Analysis of Informal Grassroots Financial Associations Linda Nakato
  • The Historical Origins of Communal Violence in Africa: Common Pool Resources-Driven Trust and Its Contrasting Effects on Violence Hye-Ryoung Jung
  • A Development Lens to Frugal Innovation: Bringing Back Production and Technological Capabilities into the Discourse Sanghamitra Chakravarty, Georgina Mercedes Gómez
  • Chinese Aid Projects and Local Tax Attitudes: Evidence from Africa Abreham Adera
  • The Role of Land Inheritance in Youth Migration and Employment Choices: Evidence from Rural Nigeria Mulubrhan Amare, Hosaena Ghebru,Adebayo Ogunniyi
  • Impact of Public Agricultural Investment on Crops Production, Households’ Welfare, and Employment Generation Opportunities in Togo, West Africa Essossinam Ali, Nimonka Bayale
  • Power Relations in Malawi’s Social Cash Transfer Programme: The Flip Side of Domination Roeland Hemsteede
  • Why is Labor in the SSA LDCs Moving from One Low Productivity Sector to Another? Ngwinui Belinda Azenui
  • The Role of High-Value Agriculture in Capability Expansion: Qualitative Insights into Smallholder Cash Crop Production in Nepal, Laos and Rwanda Marie-Luise Matthys, Patrick Illien, Outhoumphone Sanesathid

Le Monde diplomatique

2024, Nº 341
  • Cómo labra el campo la extrema derecha Philippe Baqué
  • La estrategia de China Renaud Lambert
  • ¿Es Moscú el vasallo de Pekín? Arnaud Dubien
  • Grandeza y miseria de la crítica de los medios de comunicación en Alemania Fabian Scheidler
  • Declive de una escuela contestataria Fabian Scheidler
  • Una Ucrania cada vez más homogénea Corentin Léotard
  • Europa, en orden cerrado Pierre Rimbert
  • Sudán: de la transición a la disolución Gérard Prunier
  • El arco de las tensiones africanas se extiende hasta Senegal Anne-Cécile Robert
  • El Daesh vuelve a extender sus tentáculos Jean-Michel Morel
  • Los hutíes desafían a Estados Unidos Tristan Coloma
  • En el fondo del hoyo Serge Quadruppani
  • Cuando la democracia estadounidense organizaba el terrorismo racial Loïc Wacquant
  • El pacto con el diablo de Rezsö Kasztner Sonia Combe
  • ¿Gaza? “No sabría decirle” Serge Halimi
  • Los ‘sabios’ franceses se portan bien Lauréline Fontaine
  • ¿Cómo evitar el autoritarismo climático? Fabienne Barataud, Laurent Husson y Stéphanie Mariette
  • Una justicia al servicio de las multinacionales Meriem Laribi y Vincent Arpoulet
  • Dejarle deshacer al tiempo Nicolas Vieillescazes
  • El legado de los Manouchian Côme Leymarie
  • El silencio árabe Akram Belkaïd

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS. Advisory Reports

2023, Nº 125
The necessity of global climate justice

Climate change is a global problem that requires a global solution. Achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement is a collective task in which everyone has a role to play. However, the climate transition is taking place in a world characterized by great inequality. The poorest countries, which have contributed the least to the problem, are in many ways the hardest hit by climate change. In addition, they have less access to the resources needed to shape the climate transition and, at the same time, face the challenge of substantially increasing total energy generation to meet development needs. Finally, the transition itself may lead to unfair effects, such as misconducts in the extraction of needed resources.

Disponible [aquí] (https://www.advisorycouncilinternationalaffairs.nl/documents/publications/2023/12/01/the-necessity-of-global-climate-justice)

This lack of international climate justice makes achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement and halting global warming impossible. It also increases inequality, poverty, instability and conflict. For these and other reasons, the AIV emphasizes that it is in the Dutch interest to step up efforts for international climate justice. In this report, the AIV makes concrete recommendations on how the Netherlands can work towards this.

Disponible aquí

Nueva Sociedad. Democracia y política en América Latina

2024, Nº 310
Algo va mal: nuevos desórdenes globales

«¿Por qué nos hemos apresurado tanto en derribar los diques que laboriosamente levantaron nuestros predecesores? ¿Tan seguros estamos de que no se avecinan inundaciones?», se preguntaba en 2010 el pensador británico Tony Judt en un libro balance cuya traducción española fue titulada Algo va mal. Hoy podemos mantener esta constatación –las inundaciones ya están entre nosotros– al examinar varias dimensiones globales del presente, en el contexto de lo que algunos han denominado el «retorno de la geopolítica».


Puedes consultar el índice y leer parte del contenido siguiendo este enlace.

Alternatives Humanitaires / Humanitarian Alternatives

2024, Nº 25
Crises Alimentaires/ Food Crises

Over the past five years, hunger has been on the rise again and the number of food crises is increasing. 828 million people were hungry around the world in 2022 – 46 million more than the previous year. According to the latest Global Report on Food Crises (World Food Programme, 2023), there were 58 food crises worldwide in 2022 and 258 million people were experiencing acute food insecurity, i.e. they were physically and economically unable to access enough safe, nutritious food. Undernutrition, which results in stunted growth, acute malnutrition and multiple deficiencies, is still the cause of almost half the deaths of children under five worldwide. Acute crisis situations aside, 3 billion people do not have access to a healthy diet. The food crisis, once the sad preserve of poor or war-torn countries, is now affecting industrialised countries. For example, 16% of French people say they do not eat their fill (Crédoc, 2023) and 26 million Americans went hungry in 2020 (U.S. Census Bureau).

Del editorial del nº25.


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Colección del Centre of African Studies de la Universidad de Cambridge. Recoge la realidad política, económica y social del continente africano. Está concebida no sólo para su difusión en el ámbito académico, sino que pretende llegar a un público más amplio sensibilizado con los avatares del África contemporánea. Ahonda en la comprensión de la actualidad africana, aunque no está adscrita a ninguna ideología política concreta. En Hegoa se pueden consultar los números desde 1987. Más información aquí.

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  • Livelihoods in risk: Exploring health and environmental implications of e-waste recycling as a livelihood strategy in Ghana. Ebenezer Forkuo Amankwaa
  • "I´m only allowed to sell milk and eggs´: Gender aspects of urban livestock keeping in. Robert Romborah Simiyu and Dick Foeken
  • Institutions, power and para-state alliances: a critical reassessment of HIV/AIDS politics in South Africa, 1999-2008. Theodore Powers
  • "We are saving the township": Pentecostalism, faith-based organisations, and development in South Africa. Marian Burchardt
  • Urban and rural voting patterns in Senegal: the spatial aspects of incumbency, C. 1978-2012. Dominika Koter
  • Power-sharing in Africa´s war zones: how important is the local level? Claudia Simons, Franzisca Zanker, Andreas Mehler and Denis M. Tull
2013, Vol. 51, Nº 3
  • Do Francophone and Islamic schooling communities participate differently? Disaggregating parents' political behaviour in Mali. Jaimie Bleck
  • Second time around: Ex-combatants at the polls in Liberia. Johanna Söderström
  • Disorderly Dakar: The cultural politics of household waste in Senegal's capital city. Rosalind Fredericks
  • Food security and social protection in highland Ethiopia: linking the Productive Safety Net to the land question. Tom Lavers
  • The nature of the land: the Dukuduku forest and the Mfolozi flats, KwaZulu-Natal. Knut G. Nustad and Frode Sundnes
  • Land restitution, traditional leadership and belonging: defining Barokologadi identity. Robin L. Turner
2013, Vol. 51, Nº 1
  • "Some more reliable then others": image management, donor perceptions and the global war on terror in East African diplomacy. Jonathan Fisher
  • Prostitution or partnership? Wifestyles in Tanzanian artisanal gold-mining settlements. Deborah Fahy Bryceson, Jesper Bosse Jonsson and Hannelore Verbrugge
  • Sustaining livelihood around community forests. What is the potential contribution of wildlife domestications? Gertrud Buchenrieder and Roland Azibo Balgah
  • Disputed access to the gold sites in Luhwindja, Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Sara Geenen and Klara Claessens
  • Going for gold: transitional livelihoods in Northern Ghana. Gavin Hilson, Richard Amankwah and Grace Ofori-Sarpong
  • "Dreams don't come true in Eritrea": anomie and family disintegration due to the structural militarisation of society. Nicole Hirt and Abdulkader Saleh Mohammad
2013, Vol. 51, Nº 2
  • Globalised rebellion: the darfur insurgents and the world. Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert and David Lanz
  • Non-State actors and universal services in Tanzania and Lesotho: state-building. Michelle D'Arcy
  • "New agriculture" for sustainable development? Biofuels and agrarian change in post-war Sierra Leone. Roy Maconachie and Elizabeth Fortin
  • "We do our bit in our own space": DAL Gropup and the development of a curiously Sudanese enclave economy. Laura Mann
  • NGOS, elite capture and community-driven developmnet: perspectives in rural Mozambique. Alex Arnall, David S.G. Thomas, Chasca Twyman and Diana Liverman
  • Indigeneity and Kenya's Nubians: seeking equality in difference or sameness? Samantha Balaton-Chrime
2012, Vol. 50, Nº 4
  • ‘There should be no open doors in the police’: criminal investigations in northern Ghana as boundary work. Jan Beek
  • Party factions and power blocs in Ghana: a case study of power politics in the National Democratic Congress. George M. Bob-Milliar
  • Electrifying the base? Aid and incumbent advantage in Ghana. Ryan C. Briggs
  • Museveni and the 2011 Ugandan election: did the money matter? Jeffrey Conroy-Krutz
  • Market institutions benefiting smallholders in contemporary Meru, Tanzania. Ellen Hillbom
  • Free market economy, ‘developmental state’ and party-state hegemony in Ethiopia: the case of the ‘model farmers’. René Lefort
2012, Vol. 50, Nº 3
  • An evidence-based framework for assessing the potential of mobile finance in sub-Saharan Africa. Richard Duncombe
  • ‘When we launched the government's agenda…’: aid agencies and local politics in urban Africa. Daniel E. Esser
  • Women smuggling and the men who help them: gender, corruption and illicit networks in Senegal. Cynthia Howson
  • Bringing ‘indigenous’ ownership back: Chinese presence and the Citizen Economic Empowerment Commission in Zambia. Peter Kragelund
  • The grabbed state: lawyers, politics and public land in Kenya. Ambreena Manji
  • Memorial politics: challenging the dominant party's narrative in Namibia. Elke Zuern
2012, Vol. 50, Nº 2
  • Cooperating internationally over water: explaining l'espace OMVS. Undala Alam
  • Between town and country: shifting identity and migrant youth in Uganda. Caroline Barratt, Martin Mbonye and Janet Seeley
  • HIV/AIDS policies in Mozambique and the new aid architecture: successes, shortcomings and the way forward. Eduardo Bidaurratzaga-Aurre and Artur Colom-Jaén
  • Civil–military relations and political order in Guinea-Bissau. Birgit Embaló
  • Negotiating social change: Ugandan discourses on Westernisation and neo-colonialism as forms of social critique. Julia Vorhölter
  • Executive dominance and the politics of quota representation in Uganda. Ragnhild L. Muriaas and Vibeke Wang
2012, Vol. 50, Nº 1
  • Seasonality and farm/non-farm interactions in Western Kenya. Agnes Andersson Djurfeldt
  • The generational contract in flux: intergenerational tensions in post-conflict Sierra Leone. Johanna Boersch-Supan
  • Security in Niamey: an anthropological perspective on policing and an act of terrorism in Niger. Mirco Göpfert
  • Electoral competition, factionalism, and persistent party dominance in Botswana. Amy R. Poteete
  • Morality plays and money matters: towards a situated understanding of the politics of homosexuality in Uganda. Joanna Sadgrove, Robert M. Vanderbeck, Johan Andersson, Gill Valentine and Kevin Ward
  • Cultural translation of mobile telephones: mediation of strained communication among Ethiopian married couples. Setargew Kenaw
2011, Vol. 49, Nº 4
  • Innovations in ‘African solutions to African problems’: the evolving practice of regional peacekeeping in sub-Saharan Africa. Katharina P. Coleman
  • Burying the hatchet? Britain and France in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Gordon D. Cumming
  • Lobbying for trade barriers: a comparison of poultry producers' success in Cameroon, Senegal and Ghana. Martha C. Johnson
  • Access to land for urban farming in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania: histories, benefits and insecure tenure. Leslie McLees
  • Visual media and political communication: reporting about suffering in Kinshasa. Katrien Pype
  • From South Africa with love: the malayisha system and Ndebele households' quest for livelihood reconstruction in south-western Zimbabwe. Vusilizwe Thebe
2011, Vol. 49, Nº 3
  • Violence, partisanship and transitional justice in Zimbabwe. Michael Bratton
  • Democratic demands and social policies: the politics of health reform in Ghana. Giovanni Carbone
  • Living by the gun in Chad: armed violence as a practical occupation. Marielle Debos
  • Rhetorical legacies of leadership: projections of 'benevolent leadership' in pre- and post-genocide Rwanda. Marie-Eve Desrosiers
  • The impact of political crisis on smallholder pig farmers in Western Kenya, 2006-2008. Cate E. Dewey, Jared M. Wohlgemunt and Mike Levy
  • 'Even if I am not here, there are so many eyes': surveillance and state reach in Rwanda. Andrea Purdeková
2011, Vol. 49, Nº 2
  • When corruption fights back: democracy and elite interest in Nigeria's anti-corruption war.
  • Paying 'buckets of blood' for the land: moral debates over economy, war and state in Southern Sudan.
  • 'Watching the watcher': an evaluation of local election observers in Tanzania.
  • The social context of herding contacts in the far north region of Cameroon.
  • Illiberal peacebuilding in Angola.
  • Power-sharing as a fragile safety valve in times of electoralturmoil: the costs and benefits of Burundi's 2010 elections.
2011, Vol. 49, Nº 1
  • Maize remittances, smallholder livelihoods and maize consumption in Malawi.
  • African shenzhen: China's special economic zones in Africa.
  • The AU: A new arena for anglo-frech cooperation in Africa?
  • Private sector development as poverty and strategic discourse: PSD in the political economy of EU-AFRICA trade relations.
  • Rebels and parties: The impact of armed insurgency on representation in the Central African Republic.
  • In the shadow of the city: Africa's urban poor in opposition strongholds.
2010, Vol. 48, Nº 4
  • Turkey's opening to Africa.
  • Civil society in a Kenya slum.
  • Maritime governance in Ghana. The neo-developmenttal state and the port of tema.
  • Who is subsidising who? Water supply cross-subsidisation policy, practice and lessons from Zambia.
  • Youth music and politics in post-war Sierra Leone.
  • Troubled state-building in the DR Congo: the challenge from the margins.
2010, Vol. 48, Nº 3
  • Mining, the albino fetish and murder in Tanzania. NGOs and land tenure reform in South Africa.
  • Mixed regimes and political violence in Africa.
  • Powers and peasants in rural Ethopia after 2005.
  • Angola's southern border.
  • Community association in post-conflict Burundi.
2010, Vol. 48, Nº 1
  • Conservation organisations in sub-Saharan Africa.
  • The Ethiopian cut flower industry.
  • Citizenship in Ghana.
  • Parliamentary accountability in Ghana. Bilateral donors and peacebuilding in Mozambique.
2010, Vol. 48, Nº 2
  • Safety net policy in Ethiopia.
  • Power -sharing in Kenya and Zimbabwe.
  • Constitutional review in Kenya.
  • Communal politics in southern Nigeria.
  • The 2003 electoral crisis in Anambra State.
  • Abuse of powers of impeachment in Nigeria.