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  • Violence and Discrimination Against Women of Religious Minority Backgrounds in Iraq 

    Tadros, Mariz; Shahab, Sofya; Quinn-Graham, Amy; Shammo, Turkiya; Saleh, Diana Amin; Khalaf, Nassima; Al-Qaddo, Syria Mahmoud Ahmad; Sarhan, Faiza Diab; Kakai, Solaf Muhammed Amin; Gedi, Zeri Khairy; Toma, Shivan; Zaya, Angela Odisho; Yousef, Yohanna; Butti, Nadia (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-12-06)
    This volume is part of the Intersections series which explores how the intertwining of gender, religious marginality, socioeconomic exclusion and other factors shape the realities of women and men in contexts where religious ...
  • International Aid Actions for Accountability: Identifying Interaction Effects Between Programmes 

    Nadelman, Rachel; McGee, Rosie; Khan, Ayesha; Goncalves, Euclides; Fox, Jonathan; Burge, Richard; Aremu, Fatai; Anderson, Colin (John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 2022-10-26)
    Aid agencies that support public accountability reforms commonly do so in the same places, and with similar state and civil society actors. However, the combined effects of their separate programmatic actions are rarely ...
  • Reframing Climate and Environmental Justice 

    Huff, Amber; Naess, Lars Otto (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-12-12)
    Despite a growing focus on the justice dimensions of climate and environmental change, this issue of the IDS Bulletin argues that there are still ‘blind spots’ in dominant mainstream approaches to climate and environmental ...
  • Notes on Contributors – Reframing Climate and Environmental Justice 

    Huff, Amber; Naess, Lars Otto (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-12-12)
    This is the Notes on Contributors for IDS Bulletin 53.4: Reframing Climate and Environmental Justice.
  • Introduction: Reframing Climate and Environmental Justice 

    Huff, Amber; Naess, Lars Otto (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-12-12)
    This issue of the IDS Bulletin brings together a range of empirically grounded studies that add to – and challenge – contemporary debates on climate and environmental justice. Despite a growing focus on justice dimensions ...
  • Recognising Recognition in Climate Justice 

    Benjaminsen, Tor A.; Svarstad, Hanne; Shaw of Tordarroch, Iselin (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-12-12)
    This article argues that in order to achieve climate justice, recognition needs to be given more attention in climate research, discourse, and policies. Through the analysis of three examples, we identify formal and ...
  • Cutting the Supply of Climate Injustice 

    Newell, Peter; Adow, Mohamed (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-12-12)
    This article considers the role of activism and politics to restrict the supply of fossil fuels as a key means to prevent further climate injustices. We firstly explore the historical production of climate injustice through ...
  • Livestock and Climate Justice: Challenging Mainstream Policy Narratives 

    García-Dory, Fernando; Houzer, Ella; Scoones, Ian (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-12-12)
    In discussions around food systems and the climate, livestock is often painted as the villain. While some livestock production in some places contributes significantly to climate change, this is not universally the case. ...
  • Policing Environmental Injustice 

    Brock, Andrea; Stephens Griffin, Nathan (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-12-12)
    Environmental justice (EJ) activists have long worked with abolitionists in their communities, critiquing the ways policing, prisons, and pollution are entangled and racially constituted. Yet, much EJ scholarship reflects ...
  • Epistemological Justice: Decoloniality, Climate Change, and Ecological Conditions for Future Generations 

    Milanez , Felipe; Menton, Mary; Machado de Andrade Souza, Jurema (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-12-12)
    In this article, we reflect on the work of contemporary Brazilian indigenous artists and philosophers who have developed an Amerindian critique of the Anthropocene and the climate emergency. Based on research co-produced ...
  • Climate Justice for Whom? Understanding the Vernaculars of Climate Action and Justice in Marginal Environments of India 

    Srivastava, Shilpi; BOSE, SHIBAJI; Parthasarathy, Devanathan; Mehta, Lyla (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-12-12)
    As calls for climate action gain momentum, governments and international organisations are committing to ambitious climate targets and scaling up their climate action. In this article, we argue that to address climate ...
  • Glossary – Reframing Climate and Environmental Justice 

    Huff, Amber; Naess, Lars Otto (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-12-12)
    This is the Glossary for IDS Bulletin 53.4: Reframing Climate and Environmental Justice.
  • Key Considerations: Cross-Border Dynamics between Uganda and South Sudan in the Context of the Outbreak of Ebola, 2022 

    Moro, Leben; Robinson, Alice (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-12-02)
    This brief summarises key considerations concerning cross-border dynamics between South Sudan and Uganda in the context of the 2022 outbreak of Ebola in Uganda, and the risk of the spread of the virus into South Sudan. It ...
  • L’usage des arts pour le dialogue environnemental au Sahel 

    Sow, Fatoumata; Sountoura, Lansine; Niang, Aminata; Ndiaye, Haoussa; Bellwood-Howard, Imogen; Taylor, Peter; Doyle, Julie (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-12-01)
    L’art a été utilisé pour communiquer les préoccupations environnementales dans les pays sahéliens. Néanmoins, le dialogue dirigé par les arts entre les acteurs politiques et les citoyens est cependant rare, bien qu’il ait ...
  • Designing Surveys and Analysing Results from a Gender Perspective in Economic Research 

    Charmes, Jacques (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-11-29)
    This document provides guidance on the integration of gender and diversity considerations into applied research in economics focusing on countries in which the informal sector is predominant. It draws inspiration from the ...
  • The Governance Shock Doctrine: Civic Space in the Pandemic 

    McGee, Rosie (John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 2022-11-02)
    Emergencies heighten societies’ need to be governed. Accordingly, the COVID-19 pandemic put systems of public governance under severe pressure across the globe. Civic freedoms were widely curtailed for public health reasons. ...
  • Taking Myanmar’s AMR National Action Plan Forward 

    Tucker, Dan; MacGregor, Hayley; Ebata, Ayako; Hoa, Ngo T. (Myanmar Pig Partnership, 2022-11)
    Pilot research findings from the Myanmar Pig Partnership show increasing antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in pig farming in Yangon Region, Myanmar. They highlight challenges in AMR awareness, antibiotic use and disease ...
  • Pig Meat and Food Safety in Myanmar: Evidence to Support Practice 

    Tucker, Dan; MacGregor, Hayley; Ebata, Ayako; Hoa, Ngo T. (Myanmar Pig Partnership, 2022-11)
    Research findings reveal that disease-causing bacteria, including Salmonella, are widespread on pig farms of all sizes in Yangon Region, Myanmar, as well as in pig meat sold to consumers in the city and rural areas. This ...
  • Training Paths to Improve Health and Livelihoods for Myanmar Pig Farmers 

    Tucker, Dan; MacGregor, Hayley; Ebata, Ayako; Hoa, Ngo T. (Myanmar Pig Partnership, 2022-11)
    The Myanmar Pig Partnership piloted two approaches to farmer training in Yangon Region: one participatory, one more advisory. The work offers useful practical advice which can help inform further initiatives. It also ...
  • Key Considerations: Cross-Border Dynamics between Uganda and Rwanda in the Context of the Outbreak of Ebola, 2022 

    Lamarque, Hugh (SSHAP, 2022-11-28)
    This brief summarises key considerations concerning cross-border dynamics between Uganda and Rwanda in the context of the 2022 outbreak of Ebola (Sudan Virus Disease, SVD) in Uganda. It is part of a series focusing on ...

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