Capacity Building

Planning and Running a Research Project

August 12, 2013

In recent years IPIS has published several publications in collaboration with local African organisations. Such cooperation has allowed us to share know-how from over 30 years of research experience while benefitting from our partners’ networks and understanding of local issues. Although IPIS’ research assignments are often limited to a few months, we are increasingly trying to improve our working

Business, Human Rights, and Uganda’s Oil. Part I: Uganda’s oil sector and potential threats to human rights

July 12, 2013

The following report is the first of a series of four collaborations between IPIS Research and ActionAid International Uganda. The series sheds a light on the oil sector in Uganda, its possible impact on human rights, and how government, companies, and civil society can best enable a positive bond between oil and the welfare of the Ugandan people. This first report opens by providing a situational

Exploitation minière industrielle et artisanale au Sud-Kivu. Possibilités d’une cohabitation pacifique ?

December 29, 2012

Le secteur minier en République Démocratique du Congo (RDC) en général et au Sud-Kivu en particulier alimente toujours les débats tant au niveau international qu’au niveau national. Présenté sous plusieurs facettes, ce secteur au Sud-Kivu a été dans le temps industriel, puis artisanal et aujourd’hui il est en même temps artisanal et industriel. Le retour en force, ces dernières années, des société

European policies on Colombia

April 2, 2005

At the turn of the millennium, Latin America received about 11% of all Official Development Aid (ODA) that all OECD countries taken together donated to development countries. The larger share of external resources that were being made available to Latin American socio-economic development endeavours was seen to originate in Europe. The sum of all European Union member states’ bilateral aid to Lati

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