Monthly ArchivesFebruary 2017

Articulating Resistances at Global South: experiences from peasant movements, rural unions and non-governamental organizations

This publication identify and discuss the transnational experiences of Brazilian social actors related to agrarian and agrofood system issues, as peasant movements, rural unions and non-governamental organizations. The following movements and organizations were partners of this process: Farmer Women Movement (MMC), Small Farmer Movement (MPA), National Confederation of Agriculture Workers ...

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Overview of Monitoring International Development Cooperation Flows: opportunities and challenges for building a Brazilian methodology

This report presents and discuss the main contemporary methodologies of measurement on international cooperation for development (including North-South and South-South cooperation). Aiming to build a monitoring system for international development flows through public budget were raised the main characteristics, critics and discussions about this methodologies. We focus on three central ...

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