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  • Author(s):
    Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies
    Abstract:

    The Legacy Project at the University of Notre Dame shares with the world a myriad of narratives and memories compiled by the Colombian Truth Commission about the country’s 52-year armed conflict to advance transitional justice, human rights and the centrality of victims.

    The Legacy Project celebrates the Truth Commission’s inspiring research efforts, making its archives available for study and creative practice in order to shape peacemaking and peacebuilding efforts around the world.

    Date Created:
    2023-01-25
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    Brochure
  • Date Created:
    2022-12-15
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    Document
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    Peace Accords Matrix (PAM), Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies
    Abstract:

    This report presents the status of implementation of the Colombian Final Accord’s stipulations focused on victims’ rights and covers the period from December 2016 to September 2022. The five key areas of analysis include the right to truth, the right to justice, the right to reparation, guarantees of non-recurrence, and victims’ participation.

    Date Created:
    2022-12-08
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    Report
  • Author(s):
    Josefina Echavarría Álvarez, Natalia Restrepo Ortiz, Mateo Gómez Vásquez, Mariana Balen Giancola, Brenda Forero Linares, Samira Fajardo Farfán, Enrique Gutiérrez Pulido, Madhav Joshi, Jaime Márquez Díaz, Tatiana Menjura Roldán, Jason Quinn, Laurel Quinn, Angela Ramírez Rincón, Alejandro Robayo Corredor, Ana María Rodríguez Contreras, Nicolás Rojas Bernal, Cristian Sáez Florez, Carolina Serrano Idrovo, Ivonne Zúñiga García
    Date Created:
    2022-12-13
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    Report
  • Author(s):
    Josefina Echavarría Álvarez, Mateo Gómez Vásquez, Brenda Forero Linares, Ever Álvarez Giraldo, Mariana Balen Giancola, Miyerlandy Cabanzo Valencia, Miladis Córdoba Rivas, Samira Fajardo Farfán, Jorge Andrés García, Enrique Gutiérrez Pulido, Laritza Hernández Morales, Juan Jaramillo Giraldo, Madhav Joshi, Jaime Márquez Díaz, Yossira Mendoza, Tatiana Menjura Roldán, Rosa Mosquera Martínez, Vianney Moya Rua, Jason Quinn, Laurel Quinn, Angela Ramírez Rincón, Natalia Restrepo Ortiz, Alejandro Robayo Corredor, Ana María Rodríguez Contreras, Cristian Sáez Florez, Luisa Salazar Escalante, Nilder Sánchez Moreno, Carolina Serrano Idrovo, Ana María Urian, Ivonne Zúñiga García
    Date Created:
    2022-11-29
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    Report
  • Abstract:

    On a quarterly basis, the Kroc Institute produces independent, impartial, and academically rigorous information on the status of the implementation of the Final Accord. The quarterly reports aim to promote implementation processes and public dialogue and are presented to government and non-government entities in charge of implementation, civil society organizations, the international community, and all other parties committed or interested in this process.

    Date Created:
    2022-11-18
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    Report
  • Author(s):
    Nilofar Sakhi
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    This policy brief is about a people-centered approach to development and human security in Afghanistan. It stresses the need for development programs to be inclusive, with contributions and ownership from people in the local communities and private sectors, to promote a new discourse and ensure effectiveness and sustainability.

    Date Created:
    2022-11-11
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    Brief
  • Author(s):
    Michael Cooper, Paul Perrin
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    As digital society transforms our lives, MEL practitioners and policy makers will need to develop new paradigms, protocols, and practices for performing in an emerging Web 3.0 landscape driven by blockchain technology. Our effective and equitable performance will require evidence-driven tools that can only result from collaborative and curated learning. This Web 3.0 Learning Agenda contributes to this learning by posing the initial data governance, measurement, and ethical knowledge gaps for…

    Date Created:
    2022-11-09
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    Report
  • Author(s):
    Nancy McCarthy, Paul Winters
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    There is renewed interest in irrigation to help build climate resilience in sub-Saharan on the part of governments and donors. However, many previous irrigation investments have significantly underperformed. In this brief we consider the factors that are associated with irrigation system performance for two different types of systems: surface water irrigation schemes with many irrigators and groundwater pumping systems adopted by individual farmers. Surface water schemes that take advanta…

    Date Created:
    2022-11-09
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  • Author(s):
    Marc F. Muller, Diane Desierto, Ellis Adams, Georges Enderle, Elizabeth Dolan, Ray Offenheiser, Leonardo Bertassello, Nathaniel Hanna, Shambhavi Shekokar, Sean O'Neill, Tom Purekal
    Abstract:

    Worsening global water insecurity drastically impairs the health and livelihoods of communities throughout the world, while further endangering interlinked ecosystems in our planet. This is especially true in areas impacted by water-intensive, yet critically needed, industries like the mining, beverage, garment, and agriculture sectors. Within these industrial spaces, any effective water stewardship strategy or allocation plan must consider the human right to water. This paper introduces the …

    Date Created:
    2022-11-08
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    White Paper
  • Author(s):
    Lisa Schirch, Aref Dostyar, Nilofar Sakhi
    Date Created:
    2022-11-17
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    Newsletter
  • Abstract:

    Human trafficking in Guatemala occurs in various forms and places, many of which are hidden or hard to discern. Labor trafficking is especially difficult to pinpoint given that the fraud, coercion or force involved may be hidden in plain sight. From fields full of laborers harvesting sugarcane to solitary domestic workers, there are few visible signs to differentiate an at-will worker from a victim of trafficking. And the problem is growing - estimates of labor trafficking globally have incre…

    Date Created:
    2022-10-12
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    Brief