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Year: 2010
This research report is one of five country case studies commissioned by Oxfam GB on the impact of the global economic crisis on women in South East Asia
Year: 2010
East Asian governments have demonstrated in their response to the current global economic crisis that they have learned critical lessons from the major financial meltdown in the 1990s
Year: 2009
Local Voices Global Choices is an interagency initiative supported by Action aid, British Red Cross, Christian Aid, Global Network of CSOs for Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR), International federation of the Red Cross, Oxfam, Practical Action, ProVention Consortium, Save the Children, and Tearfund
Year: 2009
Civilians are the losers in any armed conflict
Year: 2008
The global financial crisis is already beginning to have an impact on the ?real economy? in poorer countries around the world
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Year: 2008
Water scarcity is just one problem that may lead to conflicts
Year: 2007
This publication, the first in a series of reports covering the state of the information society on an annual basis, focuses on the theme of participation
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Year: 2006
This paper looks at Payments for Environmental Services (PES) as an equitable approach for reducing poverty and conserving nature
Year: 2006
This report uses case studies from the Philippines’ vegetable and poultry sector to illustrate the social effects of globalisation and trade liberalisation on rural producers, and on the International Fund for Agricultural Development’s (IFAD’s) involvement in the Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management (CHARM) project
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Year: 2005
It is essential to understand the real scope of the assassination policy of Left activists pursued, after the 1992 crisis, by the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP), its military arm, the New People?s Army (NPA) and its politico-diplomatic arm, the National Democratic Front (NDF)
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