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HIV among MSM in the Middle East and North Africa
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C. Stowers / Panos Pictures
Men who have sex with men (MSM) bear a disproportionately higher burden of HIV infection than the general population. The objective of this review is to demonstrate the evidence on the epidemiology of HIV among MSM in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). The paper notes that MSM in the MENA are a largely hidden population because of a prevailing stigma towards this type of sexual behaviour, thereby limiting the ability to assess infection transmission patterns among them.

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The G-20 tax agenda and Africa’s taxation needs
T. Fundira / South African Institute of International Affairs, 2015
The rapid growth of the global economy in recent years has meant that international tax laws have not kept pace with changes in the global business environment, with the consequence that multinational corporations (MNCs) are not neces...
Annotated bibliography on developmental states, political settlements and citizenship formation: towards increased state capacity and legitimacy?
L. Routley / Effective States and Inclusive Development Research Centre, 2012
Policymakers and academics agree that an effective state is the foundation for inclusive development, whilst also recognising the critical role of non-state actors in the delivery of goods and services to poor people. This compilation...
Land grabbing under the Cover of Law: Are BRICS-South relationships any different?
T. Ferrando / Transnational Institute, 2014
There is a general consensus among academics, politicians and social movements, that BRICS as ‘new donors’ are increasing both their quantitative and qualitative role in defining what is considered to be ‘the world e...
Disaster Risk Reduction for Resilience and Sustainable Development in the Arab Region
L. Abu-Swaireh; F. Hamdan / International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (ISDR), 2015
This brief gives an overview of the disaster trends and challenges across the Arab region. There is a special emphasis on infrastructure, informal settlements, climate change, and cross-cutting issues such as governance, inclus...
China in Africa: impacts and prospects for accountable development
G. Mohan / Effective States and Inclusive Development Research Centre, 2012
China is the major “new” player in Africa and impacts on development and politics in numerous ways. This paper shows that China impacts on African development in multiple ways that go well beyond aid. The paper sets out an...
ICTs for agriculture in Africa
World Bank, 2014
The strategic application of ICT to the agricultural industry, the largest economic sector in most African countries, offers the best opportunity for economic growth and poverty alleviation on the continent. Food security is paramount...
Turkey and the G-20 Presidency: implications for LIDCs and Africa
U. Sahbaz; F. Inan / Global Economic Governance Africa, 2015
Turkey started its G-20 presidency in 2015 with three priorities – inclusiveness, investment and implementation – and the crosscutting themes of small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and low-income developing countrie...
Who’s asking? Interviewer coethnicity effects in African survey data
Afrobarometer, 2015
Face-to-face interviews constitute a social interaction between interviewer and respondent, yet research employing African survey data typically fails to account for the effect of shared ethnicity on survey responses. This paper finds...
A good governance driver: Is the African Peer Review Mechanism up to It?
T. Corrigan; Y. Turianskyi / South African Institute of International Affairs, 2015
The introduction of the AU’s Agenda 2063 means that yet another governance initiative has entered the African political landscape. This policy briefing examines the place of the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM...
Trillions gained and lost: estimating the magnitude of growth episodes
L. Pritchett; K. Sen; S. Kar / Effective States and Inclusive Development Research Centre, 2013
“Steady state” growth rates are bounded below by zero, and historical observation on the economically leading countries suggests 2% annum as an upper bound. However, the current paper indicates that the variance in decadal...
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