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Links between trade and gender in the African services sector

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 22-12-2016

Gender-sensitive policy-making and legislation is needed to address the challenges with gender inequ [...]

Extractives and global value chains: Where does Africa stand?

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 24-11-2015

Isabelle Ramdoo (Alumna)

Extractive resources accounted for 70% of Africa s intermediate input exports in 2013. Yet, the cont [...]

Food Security plans in Eastern and Southern Africa: COMESA or Tripartite?

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 17-12-2013

Francesco Rampa | Quentin de Roquefeuil (Alumnus)

This article is part of a five part series to share findings from a regional Comprehensive Africa Ag [...]

Complex paths: Supporting mixed livelihoods in fragile states

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 21-02-2017

As in most fragile states, traditional concepts of 'employment as a singular state do not apply in L [...]

Economic Transformation and Trade programme - outputs 2014

Pages | Published on 12-06-2015

Below we present an overview of the outputs from the Economic Transformation and Trade programme in [...]

Understanding Who Benefits from Gold Mining

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 01-05-2014

The international development community has paid increasing attention in recent years to the potenti [...]

Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela (1918 – 2013): Condolences to a Nation

Blog | Published on 06-12-2013

Jan Vanheukelom

Trevor, where are my weights?" At 4 am, those must have been Mandela s first morning words as a free [...]

ECDPM Preliminary Overview of EPA Review Process

Publications | Published on 22-11-2013

Francesco Rampa | Kathleen van Hove | San Bilal

Warning and acknowledgmentsThis draft paper aims to inform and facilitate exchanges among concerned [...]