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Exploring the Value of the Capability Approach for Vocational Education and Training Evaluation: Reflections from South Africa

Powell, Lesley et al. (18 nov. 2014)

In the late 1990s, South Africa faced the three-fold challenge of reforming the apartheid-divided institutional landscape of vocational education and training (VET) institutions; ensuring equitable access to skills; and reorienting its skills development system in line with the nation’s ...

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Transformational Development: World Vision South Africa’s Response to Poverty (abstract)

de Wet, Hannah Lindiwe (1 mars 2013)

This chapter explores the construction of development meanings within an integrated development approach – ‘transformational development’ – and its associated practice in a particular Christian faith-based organisation, World Vision South Africa (WVSA). ‘Transformational development’ is ...

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Large-Scale Land Acquisitions, Livelihoods and Human Rights in South-East Asia

Gironde, Christophe et al. (15 juin 2015)

The various contributions to this volume show, first, that previous episodes of large-scale land acquisitions are crucial to an understanding of why, where and how the current wave is occurring; of how they are implemented and turned, or not, into production units; and of how and to what extent they ...

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Energy and Development

Bellmann, Christophe et al. (31 mars 2011)

Energy constitutes one of the major challenges for development policy. The pursuit of a development path primarily feeding on abundant, cheap fossil fuels is at odds with diminishing reserves, rising prices and global warming. Managing the growing tensions arising from this situation requires ...

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Development Education and Education in International Development Policy: Raising Quality through Critical Pedagogy and Global Skills

Skinner, Amy et al. (12 nov. 2013)

Development education is an approach to learning that questions dominant paradigms of development and inspires citizen- and community-driven change towards a world of greater social justice. This article provides an overview of development education and reflects on the extent to which development ...

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Towards Global Energy Governance : How to Patch the Patchwork

De Jong, Sijbren (31 mars 2011)

Published by Palgrave Macmillan Contemporary global energy relations have fundamentally changed, inter alia, as a result of dwindling oil and gas reserves, an increase in demand for energy from emerging economies, the need for global climate change action, the impact of renewable and alternative ...

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Kenya at a Crossroads: Hopes and Fears Concerning the Development of Oil and Gas Reserves

Vasquez, Patricia I. (12 mai 2014)

Kenya is expected to become a hydrocarbon producer and an oil export hub in the coming years and if properly managed, oil and gas could provide Kenya with a unique opportunity to cement the path towards sustainable economic growth that the country engaged in a few years ago. However, mismanagement ...

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Religion as a Social Substitute for the State: Faith-Based Social Action in Twenty-First Century Brazil (abstract)

Mourier, Eliott (1 mars 2013)

Dynamic and pluralist religion plays a vital role in development in contemporary Brazil. As advisors that supplement and, occasionally, even substitute for a state bureaucracy absent or overwhelmed in many vulnerable areas, Brazilian religious organisations are once again becoming the favoured ...

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Les organisations confessionnelles, le développement et la Banque mondiale

Haynes, Jeffrey (1 mars 2013)

Les organisations confessionnelles jouent un rôle de plus en plus important en matière de coopération pour favoriser le développement international. De nombreuses institutions internationales reconnaissent ces organisations comme de précieux partenaires, déclarant qu’elles ont « contribué ...

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