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Path to Zero Hunger: Cash-based programming, human-centred development and localisation

Blog | Published on 24-06-2019

In this blog for ECDPM, Dominique De Bonis, Senior Policy and Programme Officer at the UN World Food [...]


Getting to grips with the regional politics of water in Africa

Blog | Published on 17-03-2019

Alfonso Medinilla | Martin Ronceray

Cross-border water governance is a world where technical and political communities collide, where pr [...]


Migration policies and development: The dilemma of Agadez

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 05-02-2018

Migration policies can only contribute to the stability and development of transit regions if they a [...]


Gendered effects of corruption on the Central Mediterranean route

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 05-02-2018

Corruption plays a prominent role in shaping migration decisions and experiences along the Central M [...]


The Ecology of Culture: Community Engagement, Co-Creation and Cross Fertilisation

Events | Published on 08-10-2015

Damien Helly (Alumnus) | Greta Galeazzi (Alumna)

23rd ENCATC Annual Conference ENCATC is a European network on cultural management and cultural polic [...]

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A Gentle Exchange or Policy Dialogue?

Blog | Published on 30-10-2014

Part 3Building on our two previous blogs on the challenges facing the implementation of the Agenda f [...]


A Gentle Exchange or Agenda for Change in the Sahel? The Implementation Challenges

Blog | Published on 24-10-2014

Part 2 I recently asked what sector concentration actually means for those in charge of implementing [...]


4 Messages on Governance and Water in Mali and Niger

Blog | Published on 19-09-2014

ECDPM work is about connecting policy to practice, looking at how policies are actually implemented. [...]