The collection provides links to the latest high quality research and commentary dealing with the origins of the conflict, profiles of the major combatants and analysis of the international political and humanitarian response. It also lists some of the key organisations, news sources and social media channels covering the crisis.
Analysis of high profile movements over the last three decades suggests that, ultimately, nonviolence is an effective means of enabling lasting democratic change.
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Heteronormativity - the assumption that heterosexuality is the norm and any other form of sexual desire, expression or relationship is abnormal or wrong - has many potential implications for international development.
Easy to use on the move, cheap and technology-focused, mobile communication has quickly become a popular aspect of development projects.
The second article in our “Spotlight series” profiling research organisations based in developing countries looks at the work of the Institute for Security Studies (ISS) in South Africa.
ISS is an organisation firmly rooted in South Africa's history. Reflecting on its ground-breaking origins the Executive Director, Dr. Jakkie Cilliers, related: