From ‘civil’ to ‘civic’ conflict? Violence & the city in fragile states

Tom Goodfellow, Lecturer in the Development and Urban Studies at the University of Sheffield

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Internationalism is about justice

The International Development agenda needs to be reclaimed as a struggle for global justice, argues SIID Director Jean Grugel

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Why are Bolivian indigenous people statistically disappearing?

SIID Research Associate Lorenza Fontana maps the hypotheses and debates on the 20% ‘decrease’ of the population self-identifying as indigenous in the latest census.

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Fair, Ambitious & Binding: Bringing Human Rights, Climate and Development together in the Post 2015 Agenda

With less than 850 days to go until the 2015 development watershed, accountability mechanisms should be regarded as the most important part of the puzzle. Guest post by Savio Carvalho.

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Kicking Off in Brazil

Dr Maite Conde of Brazil Institute, Kings College London and Dr Tariq Jazeel, Senior Lecturer in Human Geography, blog for SIID. This blog was originally posted at Social Text

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Open Veins of Brazil: Tension, perplexity and the (re)emergence of popular protests

June 2013’s blog, by Dr. Pia Riggirozzi, University of Southampton.

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