MULTIMEDIAINFOGRAPHIC: Implementing Domestic Violence Legislation
What are the componentes of a domestic violence legislation? What can we learn by comparing the cases of Mexico and Ghana?
COMPARATIVE EVIDENCE PAPERCommunity-Based Crime Prevention Practices in El Salvador and Nigeria: Understanding Communities’ Willingness to Act
This study seeks to answer why some communities who engage in community-based crime prevention practices are able to withstand high rates of crime and others are not through a comparative...
COMPARATIVE EVIDENCE PAPERWomen’s Political Representation as Key to Implementing Domestic Violence Laws: An Analysis of Ghana and Mexico
This paper argues that differing levels of gender institutionalisation Mexico and Ghana explain divergent outcomes in the implementation of domestic violence legislation in each country.
COMPARATIVE EVIDENCE PAPERRethinking the effect of informality on inclusive growth: lessons from Colombia and South Africa for their regions
This paper attempts to understand the nature of the impact that labour informality has on inclusive growth, by comparing the cases of Colombia and South Africa: two upper-middle income countries...
COMPARATIVE EVIDENCE PAPERWhat Matters When it Comes to Adopting Local Content in the Oil and Gas Sector? A Comparative Analysis of Success Factors in Africa and Latin America
This paper compares the experience of seven Latin American and seven African oil and gas producing countries, in order to identify the common factors that can help explain the achievement...
COMPARATIVE EVIDENCE PAPERLand Tenure and the Sustainability of Pastoral Productive Systems: A Comparative Institutional Analysis of the Andean Altiplano and the East African Savannah
This paper analyses the relationship between pastoral land tenure systems and the sustainability of pastoralism as a production system in two regions in particular: the Andean Altiplano and the Kenyan...
COMPARATIVE EVIDENCE PAPERHorizontal Accountability through the Lens of State Owned Enterprises: A Comparative Study of Argentina and Kenya
This paper aims to provide understanding about the determinants of the performance of horizontal accountability in Argentina and Kenya and the institutional conditions under which we could expect to see...
MULTIMEDIAVIDEO: Domestic Violence study tour to Mexico
How can we find solutions to domestic violence? Can we learn from initiatives from other regions? A group of experts from Africa and Latin America met in Mexico during November...
MULTIMEDIAINFOGRAPHIC: How Does the Argentinean state hold itself accountable?
Infographic developed based on the Research Paper "The Deficits in Horizontal Accountability in Argentina: A Tale of two worlds"
MULTIMEDIA[Spanish] INFOGRAPHIC: A comprehensive human rights approach to support women who’ve survived domestic violence
Infographic developed based on the Research Paper "Beyond Domestic Violence Laws in Latin America: Challenges for Protection Services for Survivors".