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ODI - Shaping Policy for Development

Overseas Development Institute (ODI) newsletter
12 June 2014
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  Even though Liberia's civil war ended in 2003, the country has one of the highest rates of sexual assault in the world, with most victims being girls. ODI researchers find out why.

Report: The fallout of rape as a weapon of war
The Sunday Times feature (paid subscription required)
 
 
This issue of Development Policy Review highlights the key role that decentralisation and partisan politics play in service provision and the need for donors to address conflicts between local and national authorities in sub-Saharan Africa.
 
Global health - let's learn from good practice
Our Development Progress team have launched a series of reports on improvements to health in developing countries. What can the rest of the world learn from these success stories?
 
 
Crisis in Yemen - can the rest of the world help?
Yemen is gripped by an intricate web of armed conflicts. Humanitarian agencies face many obstacles including attacks on aid workers.
 
Miliband's humanitarian goals are too technical
ODI's Sara Pantuliano takes the former foreign secretary to task on The Guardian's development website.
 

EVENTS
 
 
A decade of collaborative capacity building in emergencies: what have we learnt?
27 June 2014 11:30 - 13:00 (GMT+01 (BST)

Elections in post-conflict states: the best way to legitimacy?
2 July 2014 14:00 - 16:00 (GMT+01 (BST)


Don't forget - many of our events are streamed online at odi.org

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