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  • Pressinbjudan 18/6: Rättsskipning för offren för krigsförbrytelser i Bosnien och Hercegovina
    Välkommen på seminarium med domarna bakom det viktiga arbetet med att skipa rättvisa för offren för de grövsta folkrättsbrotten i Bosnien och Hercegovina.

  • Starkt svenskt stöd för biståndet
    Åtta av tio svenskar anser att Sverige på grund av den ekonomiska krisen i världen ska engagera sig i fattiga länder lika mycket som nu eller mer. Men endast hälften är helt säkra på att biståndet går till de insatser som gör mest nytta. Det visar en ny Sifo-undersökning, skriver Sidas generaldirektör Anders Nordström - och konstaterar att Sida måste bli bättre på utvärdering och kvalitetssäkring av bistånds­insatserna.

  • New portal for Advanced Training Program on Humanitarian Action
    Sida and The Program on Humanitaran Policy and Conflict Research at Harvard University (HPCR) are proud to present the new platform for the Advanced Training Program on Humanitarian Action (ATHA).

  • Nytt stort svenskt stöd för snabb återuppbyggnad i krigshärjade Gaza
    Sida har fattat beslut om extra medel för återuppbyggnad och psykosociala insatser i Gazaremsan. Det svenska stödet uppgår till totalt 50,7 miljoner kronor 2009-2010 och ska bland annat användas för att röja rasmassor, skapa jobbtillfällen, återuppbygga lantbruk och restaurera infrastruktur.

  • No. 23 Natural Resource Tenure - a crucial aspect of poverty reduction and human rights
    SERIES: Series - Sida Studies ARTICLE NO: SIDA51603en LANGUAGE: english YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 2009

  • Sida-stött projekt får Astrid Lindgren-priset
    Sida gratulerar Tamer-institutet, en läsfrämjande organisation med verksamhet på Västbanken och i Gaza. Sida har stött organisationens verksamhet under många år.

  • "Dramatic Setback for Equality in the World"
    Sida's Director General Anders Nordström presents a new analysis of the effects of the financial crisis: Swedish companies must help to save women living in poverty in the world. After a certain time delay, the financial crisis is now hitting the world's impoverished nations. Those particularly affected are poverty stricken women. A new analysis of the situation that Sida has conducted together with researchers from Stockholm University shows why women living in poverty are at risk of becoming the crisis' biggest losers: Less girls are permitted to attend school; Female dominated professions like, for example, the textile industry risk being affected particularly hard; more women are forced into prostitution; and violence against women tends to increase in times of crisis. Therefore, the financial and economic crisis entails a substantial setback for equality in the world. The private sector in Sweden must now play its part and, together with Sida, work for women living in poverty around the world, writes Sida's Director General Anders Nordström in Dagens Nyheter.

  • "Violence in Congo not a national problem"
    The causes of the heinous sexual crimes that are being committed against Congolese women are found in the powerful economic interests invested in the region. This was made clear by this years receiver of the Olof Palme Memorial Fund prize Dr. Denis Mukwege when he spoke at Sida on Wednesday. His recipe for ending the violence is a greater political commitment from leaders of the Great Lakes Region.

  • Sida hosts conference on climate change adaptation in Southeast Asia
    Thursday this week Sida is hosting a one-day-conference in Bangkok on climate change adaptation. You can follow the event online through our webcast. Around 250 representatives of companies, financial institutions, governments, international organizations and civil society are registered.

  • Kosovar women cooperate for peace
    Womens leader, Nena Rikalo lives in a Serbian enclave, completely isolated from Kosovar Albanian society. When Minister for International Development Cooperation, Gunilla Carlsson, met her during her visit to Kosovo, Nena spoke about how Kosovar Albanian women are now finding ways to be independent, as well as achieving reconciliation in the country.


 

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Modalities, Challenges, Opportunities and Prospects
A Policy Research Forum

25 - 26 June, 2014
Soramaba Hotel

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

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OSSREA’s Reponses to Africa’s Challenges of Change
Conference Held 9th–10 December, 2013

Proceedings of the OSSREA 11th Conference, 9th-10th December 2013 Desalegn Hotel, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
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Policies, processes and political settlements
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UN-ECA 13-14 May 2014
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

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Expert meeting on implementing research and innovation policy at policy and institutional levels in Africa
19-20 September 2013
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