Creative writing: part of democratic change
Sarah Peck reflects on the use of creative writing as a way of making ‘politics public’ in democratic societies
Co-operative coca reduction in Bolivia
Zero-coca policies prove ineffective in Bolivia, argues Thomas Grisaffi, as he explains the benefits of a co-operative system focused on reduction, not eradication.
Bolivia Brings in the Right of Children to Work from 10 Years Old
Robin Cavagnoud examines the competing conceptions of childhood surrounding the recent changes to Bolivia’s child labour laws
Harnessing the Wind for Rural Development
Wind Empowerment’s 2nd global conference highlights some of the opportunities and challenges for the sustainable use of small wind technologies in the Global South.
The British crisis and the ‘end of neoliberalism’: Lessons from Latin America
There are many useful lessons to be learnt from the Latin American debate about ‘post-neoliberal’ political economy, argue Jean Grugel & Pia Riggirozzi
The adaptation language: implications for working at the boundaries of research, policy and practice
Guest post by Jami Dixon as part of the Interdisciplinary Exchanges Series