From the 25-26th January, 2016, an eclectic group of authors and editors from Latin America met for an authors’ workshop at the Graduate Institute, Geneva, to discuss articles for International Development Policy’s forthcoming...
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Conference | Extractive Industries and Local Governance in Developing Countries: Successes and Challenges
On 18 January 2016, scholars from Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America joined Swiss-based NGO and private sector representatives at the Graduate Institute, Geneva, to discuss issues of accountability, governance, growth and transparency in...
As a follow-up to our Special Issue on Large-Scale Land Acquisitions, the former UN Special Rapporteur on Housing, Miloon Kothari, and Patricia Vasquez, Research Associate at CCDP, Geneva, debate over strengths and weaknesses of the...
The launch of our latest issue took place on December 7 at the Graduate Institute Geneva. The three guest editors presented the volume, followed by critical comments from two discussants and questions from the floor.
Monica Rull, from Doctors without Borders, and Ilona Kickbusch, from the Graduate Institute’s Global Health Programme, analyse current and past responses to global epidemics, suggesting concrete ways to improve them.
In the wake of our panel debate on Building Transparency into African Oil, Gas and Mining, we asked our speakers to answer a few questions about the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI).
The launch event of DevPol’s latest issue will take place at the Graduate Institute, Geneva, on 7 December 2015 between 12:30 and 2 PM.
On Friday 23 October, representatives from EITI, the trading company Trafigura and the civil society organisation ROTAB, joined at the Graduate Institute to discuss ways of improving transparency in the African oil and gas sector.
DevPol’s latest special issue has just been released. Read it online on our website or order your paperback copy from Brill.
The event will take place at the Graduate Institute, Geneva, on October 23 between 12:30 and 2 PM. It will feature representatives of the Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI) and the trading company Trafigura.