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26.11.2014
Time to End Extreme Inequality - Jane Carter
Following a “blog Action Day” to end global inequality on 16 October, Oxfam launched its new report,...

19.11.2014
Nicaragua - Final Report on Beneficiary Assessment of PAGRICC Program is now available!
The Final Report on Beneficiary Assessment of PAGRICC Programin Nicaragua is now available!  (Enviro...

30.10.2014
More evidence for falling poverty in Asia, linked to falling birth rates - by Jane Carter
A new ODI report by two economists, Steve Wiggins and Sharada Keats, suggests that rural wages have ...

08.10.2014
Counting the Asian Poor... - by Jane Carter
Do revisions in calculations lead to greater understanding? The Key Indicators for Asia and the Paci...

28.09.2014
Global Demand for Natural Resources and Local Demands for Justice - Anne-Sophie Gindroz
About business, land and rights… Anne-Sophie Gindroz, September 2014 This editorial aims to refle...

12.09.2014
How Concern Understands Extreme Poverty
This paper describes and elaborates on the understanding of extreme poverty that has been reached by...

24.08.2014
Making a Better World? - Jane Carter
How being reflexive could make us more effective development practitioners Jane Carter, August 2014...

18.08.2014
Included or Excluded? Migration in the Post-2015 Development Agenda
An assessment of the Proposal of the Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals   Pascal ...

28.07.2014
Producing Legitimacy One Tap, Medication or School Book at a Time? - Sarah Byrne and Esther Marthaler
Reflections on the relationship between public service delivery and the legitimation of fragile or c...

08.07.2014
Learning about women's empowerment - Jane Carter et al.
This article, published in the journal Gender & Development, examines how donor requirements for dem...

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