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Shaping Africa's Post-Covid Recovery

18 Mar 2021
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2021/03 – open access book; Author(s): Ugo Panizza, Rabah Arezki, Simean Djankov (eds.)

With the exception of some flashpoints in Northern and Southern Africa, the continent has been largely spared from the direct health effect of Covid-19. However, the African economy has been significantly hurt by the economic consequences. This eBook summarises recent research on the economic effect of the Covid-19 pandemic in the continent covering a wide array of topics focusing on the response of firms, households, governments, and international organisations.

Roots of Resilience Land Policy for an Agroecological Transition in Europe

04 Mar 2021
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2021/02 – Transnational Institute (TNI); research paper; Author(s): Nyéléni Europe, Central Asia Platform for Food Sovereignty

This policy reportlooks to support increased access to land for agroecology throughout Europe. This support is now more critical than ever in light of a number of alarming trends including increasing land concentration and land speculation, instances of land grabbing, the precipitous decline in the number of farmers and smallholdings, a generational challenge in terms of farm succession, massive biodiversity loss, a crisis in soil fertility, and the devastating impacts of intensive livestock breeding and industrial agriculture, to mention but a few.

The Determinants of Internal Conflict in the World: How to Estimate the Risks and Better Target Prevention Efforts?

18 Feb 2021
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2021/02 – Foundation pour les Etudes et Recherches sur le Développement International (FERDI); open access book; Author(s): Sosso Feindouno, Laurent Wagner

Recent years have seen an increase in the number and intensity of armed conflicts, fuelled in particular by an increase in the number and intensity of terrorist incidents and an increasingly important part played by organised crime. These conflicts are the result of a variety of economic, social, demographic, climatic and geographic factors. This book, based on a retrospective basis, makes it possible to identify the main factors that trigger conflicts and to distinguish between structural and non-structural factors. The book is also available in French

Guidelines for Local Governments on Policies for Social and Solidarity Economy

04 Feb 2021
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2021/02 – United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD); research paper

With growing awareness about the role of social and solidarity economy in facilitating inclusive and sustainable development, comes an increasing number of governments adopting policies and programmes that aim to support SSE organizations and enterprises. To successfully promote SSE and realize its potential in the context of sustainable local development, policy makers and practitioners need answers to a number of questions. What makes particular policies and programmes effective for SSE? Will these be feasible and adaptable within their various legal, political and socioeconomic contexts? UNRISD has put together this set of guidelines for local Governments

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