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Hidden victims of the Syrian crisis: disabled, injured and older refugees
HelpAge International, 2014
The Syrian crisis has generated the largest refugee movement since the Rwandan genocide. Within this refugee population older, disabled and injured refugees face specific challenges that contribute to their vulnerability, yet, studies...
Challenging development cooperation? A literature review of the approaches of the emerging powers
T. De Bruyn / Research Institute for Work and Society, KU Leuven, 2013
Looking at existing literature, this paper discusses the major ways in which the emerging powers, in this isnstance Brazil, India, China and South Africa (the BICS) are challenging the development cooperation policies and practices of...
Brazil, India, China and South Africa in agriculture and food security in Malawi
T. De Bruyn / Research Institute for Work and Society, KU Leuven, 2014
This paper describes the involvement of four of the so-called emerging powers - Brazil, India, China and South Africa - in development cooperation activities regarding agriculture and food security in Malawi. The prime focus is on the...
Adding new spices to development cooperation. Brazil, India, China and South Africa in health, agriculture and food security
T. De Bruyn / Research Institute for Work and Society, KU Leuven, 2013
In recent years, the four so-called emerging powers or economies - Brazil, India, China and South Africa (the BICS) - have gained considerable academic, policy and media attention for their activities in development cooperation. Some ...
Climate & environment assessment: support for NGO effectiveness/transparency and joint civil society action
P. Reid / Evidence on Demand, 2013
Through its development policy, BOND aims to benefit the millions of people living in poverty reached by EU aid focused on poverty reduction. On the other hand, through its NGO membership, BOND aims to raise the effectiveness of civil...
New developments in international poverty law: the UN guiding principles on extreme poverty and human rights
C. Pérez-Bustillo / Comparative Research Programme on Poverty, 2014
The adoption of the UN Guiding Principles on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights (GP), by the UN Human Rights Council in September 2012 and by the General Assembly in December 2012, marked a potentially historic advance in the overall pr...
Chinese engagement in Africa: drivers, reactions, and implications for U.S. Policy
L. Hanauer; L.J. Morris / RAND Corporation, 2014
Most analyses of Chinese engagement with African nations focus on what China gets out of these partnerships—primarily natural resources and export markets to fuel its burgeoning economy, and agricultural products to feed its inc...
EU & Africa Country Reports: Netherlands
South African Institute of International Affairs, 2006
The EU and Africa Country Report series offers an historical overview of the Netherlands' policies towards Africa.
EU & Africa Country Report: Italy
South African Institute of International Affairs, 2006
The EU and Africa Country Report offers an historical overview of Italy's policies towards Africa.
EU & Africa Country Report: Germany
South African Institute of International Affairs, 2006
The EU and Africa Country Report offers an historical overview of Germany's policies towards Africa.
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Hidden victims of the Syrian crisis: disabled, injured and older refugees
HelpAge International, 2014
The Syrian crisis has generated the largest refugee movement since the Rwandan genocide. Within this refugee population older, disabled and injured refugees face specific challenges that contribute to their vulnerability, yet, studies...
Challenging development cooperation? A literature review of the approaches of the emerging powers
T. De Bruyn / Research Institute for Work and Society, KU Leuven, 2013
Looking at existing literature, this paper discusses the major ways in which the emerging powers, in this isnstance Brazil, India, China and South Africa (the BICS) are challenging the development cooperation policies and practices of...
Brazil, India, China and South Africa in agriculture and food security in Malawi
T. De Bruyn / Research Institute for Work and Society, KU Leuven, 2014
This paper describes the involvement of four of the so-called emerging powers - Brazil, India, China and South Africa - in development cooperation activities regarding agriculture and food security in Malawi. The prime focus is on the...
Adding new spices to development cooperation. Brazil, India, China and South Africa in health, agriculture and food security
T. De Bruyn / Research Institute for Work and Society, KU Leuven, 2013
In recent years, the four so-called emerging powers or economies - Brazil, India, China and South Africa (the BICS) - have gained considerable academic, policy and media attention for their activities in development cooperation. Some ...
Climate & environment assessment: support for NGO effectiveness/transparency and joint civil society action
P. Reid / Evidence on Demand, 2013
Through its development policy, BOND aims to benefit the millions of people living in poverty reached by EU aid focused on poverty reduction. On the other hand, through its NGO membership, BOND aims to raise the effectiveness of civil...
New developments in international poverty law: the UN guiding principles on extreme poverty and human rights
C. Pérez-Bustillo / Comparative Research Programme on Poverty, 2014
The adoption of the UN Guiding Principles on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights (GP), by the UN Human Rights Council in September 2012 and by the General Assembly in December 2012, marked a potentially historic advance in the overall pr...
Chinese engagement in Africa: drivers, reactions, and implications for U.S. Policy
L. Hanauer; L.J. Morris / RAND Corporation, 2014
Most analyses of Chinese engagement with African nations focus on what China gets out of these partnerships—primarily natural resources and export markets to fuel its burgeoning economy, and agricultural products to feed its inc...
EU & Africa Country Reports: Netherlands
South African Institute of International Affairs, 2006
The EU and Africa Country Report series offers an historical overview of the Netherlands' policies towards Africa.
EU & Africa Country Report: Italy
South African Institute of International Affairs, 2006
The EU and Africa Country Report offers an historical overview of Italy's policies towards Africa.
EU & Africa Country Report: Germany
South African Institute of International Affairs, 2006
The EU and Africa Country Report offers an historical overview of Germany's policies towards Africa.
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Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA)
Think Tank aiming to promote India's relations with other countries through study, research, discussions, lectures, exchange of ideas and information with other organisations within and outside India engaged in similar activities.
International Development Policy
International Development Policy is a peer-reviewed e-journal that promotes cutting-edge research and policy debates on global development. It publishes original contributions by researchers and reflective practitioners from developing, emerging and advanced economies. PolDev engages scholars and policymakers to analyze and debate development policies at the strategic, institutional and discursive...
Development bank of Latin America
Jubilee South Asia Pacific Movement on Debt and Development (JSAPMDD)
Jubilee South Asia Pacific Movement on Debt and Development (JSAPMDD) is a regional alliance of peoples’ movements, community organisations, coalitions, NGOs and networks.
United Nations High-level Panel on Global Sustainability (GSP)
On 9 August 2010, the Secretary-General launched the High-level Panel on Global Sustainability (GSP) that brings together renowned world figures to formulate a new blueprint for a sustainable future on a planet under increasing stress resulting from human activities. Recognizing that climate change, water scarcity, loss of biodiversity, the destruction of ecosystems and shifting demogra...
Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN)
The Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN) is a network of 22 member country governments that promotes global change research in the region, increases developing country involvement in that research, and strengthens interactions between the science community and policy-makers.
Belize Red Cross Society
In the Caribbean, the national Red Cross societies are assisted by the International Federation Secretariat, with regional offices based in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago and the Dominican Republic, with support from the Americas Zone Office based in Panama. The IFRC secretariat provides services that include international coordination of disaster relief, capacity-building of National Societi...
Brot für die Welt
"Brot für die Welt" ("Bread for the World") is a programme of help initiated by the protestant churches in Germany. It was set up in Berlin in 1959 and since then has been the responsibility of the “Diakonische Werk”, the Social Service Agency of the Protestant Church in Germany (EKD). "Brot für die Welt" works jointly with local churches and par...
Economics Web Institute
Institute focusing on economics and management
Publish What You Fund
Publish What You Fund campaigns for aid transparency – more and better information about aid. It urges donors to disclose their aid information regularly and promptly, and in a standardised format that will be comparable with other countries and accessible to all. It supports greater disclosure of aid information in line with the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) Standar...
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