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New biodiversity framework can learn from climate change experience

This report from UK think tank the IIED looks at the ‘super year’ of meetings that will

Strengthening equity in the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework

This report from UK think tank IIED provides a guide for negotiators on the Biodiversity Framework. The

Digital rights in closing civic space: lessons from ten African countries

This report from UK think tank the Institute of Development Studies presents findings from ten digital rights

Retreating rights: examining the pressure on human rights in Kyrgyzstan

This latest briefing from UK think tank the Foreign Policy Centre looks at a period of rapid

Contracts in commercial agriculture: enhancing rural producer agency

This report from UK think tank IIED looks at how a better understanding of chains of contracts

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This paper provides a snapshot of the current business environment in Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia, and an analysis of…

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By Emanuela-Chiara Gillard

This paper sets out a series of steps for systematically gathering information on the adverse impact of sanctions on humanitarian…

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By Jonathan Dupont

Policy Exchange today publishes ‘Global Britain, Global Challenges: How to make aid more effective’. The report makes a strong case…

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By Dr Renaud Mansour

In the absence of a representative and accountable government and state institutions, attempts to forge a strong Iraqi nation are…

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By Joyce Hakmeh

A failure to tackle cybercrime would imperil strategic development plans intended to diversify GCC economies and reduce their reliance on…

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By Haid Haid

This paper examines events in Atarib city in the period before, during and after its local community and armed groups…

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By Leena Koni Hoffman; Raj Navanit Patel

That corruption is a destructive and complex practice is openly acknowledged in Nigeria, yet it remains ubiquitous in the functioning…

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By Dr Heather Roff

AI planning applications can quickly, reasonably and reliably enable users to carry out complex and multi-stage actions in disaster relief…

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By Giovanni Caccavello

The EU Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) has undergone several waves of reforms over the last few decades. Yet, many market-…

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