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Voices from the South

In line with its strategy and vision on development cooperation, IPIS closely collaborates with partners in the South. As their research and activities provide a particular perspective on subjects related to IPIS’ work, including their views is of utmost importance. Often, IPIS finds itself in a unique position to deploy its resources and expertise to the advantage of local partners through capacity enhancement and support in raising their ‘voice’. With the «Voices from the South» project, IPIS facilitates a series of publications from local partners in order to bring their work to a larger audience.

The «Voices from the South» publications in no way represent IPIS’ research or views. The publications, including the analyses and recommendations presented, are based on the research conducted by our local partners and solely belong to them. IPIS’ input remains limited to providing the necessary editorial support, and to supporting the dissemination of these publications to a wide, international audience.

 

Voices from Tanzania

With «Voices from Tanzania» publications, IPIS offers a platform to local partners in order to bring their work on business and human rights to a larger audience.

Voix du Congo

With the «Voix du Congo» project, IPIS aims at launching a series of publications from local partners in order to bring their work to a larger audience.