All posts tagged “donors

London tube by Arnaldo Pellini
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A new era for development – the future or already reality?

I did some more work on the blog I have written the other day. You can find the text published in two blog sites: The DDD Manifesto Community blog (here). Building State Capability blog at Harvard University (here) Here the first paragraph,: ‘Michael Woolcock, the Lead Social Development Specialist… Read More

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Just published – Towards policy-relevant science and scientifically informed policy: Political economy of the use of knowledge and research evidence in urban resilience interventions in the Philippines

The Philippines is the third most disaster-prone country in the world: so how is the government using knowledge and evidence to ensure that the country has the best possible policy and practice to reduce the effect of natural disasters on people’s lives. This knowledge context… Read More

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Just Published – Technically sound and politically achievable? A taxonomy of knowledge types and their influence on governance in three South-East Asian countries

Technically sound and politically achievable? A taxonomy of knowledge types and their influence on governance in three South-East Asian countries ODI Background Notes, February 2012 Arnaldo Pellini, Maria Dolores Alicias, Nguyen Thi Thu Hang and Palmira Permata Bachtiar This Background Note classifies different types of… Read More