The report includes seven case studies, six dealing with informal settlements, townships or other localities affected by forms of collective violence, including service delivery protests and xenophobia.
Reports-Published dateSaturday, April 2, 2016 - 04:00
Report of the Symposium Political Economy Constraints in Regulatory Regimes in Developing Countries, Mar. 22-24, 2007, New Delhi
The CUTS (Centre for Competition, Investments & Economic Regulation) project has the objective of undertaking focused research, and advocacy on political economy constraints in implementing effective competition and regulatory regimes in develPublished dateTuesday, January 2, 2007 - 05:00
Developing-country think tanks strive to influence policy and ultimately contribute to improving people's lives. Perceptions vary about the ability of think tanks to contribute to positive changes in society.
IDRC and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation are collaborating on the Think Tank Initiative, a new program to strengthen independent think tanks and policy research centres in the developing world.