NGOs and Civil Society
This latest report from the US Office on Colombia reveals shocking trends in human rights violations associated with large-scale mining throughout the country.
This IPI report explores the ways in which new technologies can assist international actors, governments, and civil society organizations to more effectively prevent violence and conflict.
This first ever annual report from IATI reviews the performance of this bold initiative and offers its plans for the future.
Learning the Lessons? Assessing the Response to the 2012 Food Crisis in the Sahel to Build Resilience for the Future
This report from Oxfam evaluates the response to the food crisis in the Sahel in 2012 and the lessons that must be learned to improve future responses.
This report from International Alert measures the degree and quality of change in the livelihoods of the communities in Uganda's Albertine Graben region, where oil exploration is taking place.
This report from the World Economic Forum examines how global trends in technology, politics, society, economics and the environment are affecting the evolution of civil society and its implications for stakeholders.
In this joint paper from the Overseas Development Institute and the Humanitarian Policy Group, Ashley Jackson and Antonio Giustozzi offer a series of recommendations for negotiations between Afghans, aid agencies, Taliban, and diplomats.
In this report from the International Peace Institute, Walter Kemp outlines a remarkable transformation, showing how countries that were enemies between 1991 and 1995 became partners a decade later.
This paper, part two of a three-part series, from the Enough Project describes the process, leverage, and substance necessary to create a path towards a viable peace in eastern Congo and the surrounding region.