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Human rights-based service delivery

Assessing the role of national human rights institutions in democracy and development in Ghana and Uganda

Richard Iroanya, Patrick Dzimiri, and Edith Phaswana

state of human rights observance in Uganda to the country’s Parliament. One of our respondents states that: “many people are going to the UHRC instead of the courts now … many of them have received money for human rights abuses … justice in the courts

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Desarrollo vs. satisfacción de necesidades básicas

Recepción de remesas en Morelos, México

Ana Melisa Pardo Montaño and Claudio Alberto Dávila Cervantes

). Migración circular e Internet: el uso de redes sociales en el contexto socio-cultural de residentes mexicanos en Barcelona . Revista Teknokultura 13 ( 1 ), 79 – 95 . Sawyer , A. ( 2018 ). Is money enough?: The effect of migrant remittances on

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Giving Aid Inside the Home

Humanitarian House Visits, Performative Refugeehood, and Social Control of Syrians in Jordan

Ann-Christin Wagner

sense of moral responsibility. However, choosing an appropriate course of action is not only complicated by spatial separation, but also by the unpredictable reactions of others. Sending money to big agencies like the UNHCR and Save the Children squares

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James Gerber

consequences. For example, recent efforts to prevent money laundering and to cut the supply of finance to terrorists have made banks extremely wary and cautious toward cross-border transactions due to their potential legal liability. Consequently, many border

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US–México border states and the US military–industrial complex

A Global Space for expanding transnational capital

Juan Manuel Sandoval Palacios

/11 attacks was the beginning of what Ohio State University law professor Peter Swire calls the security–industrial complex. Fernandes calls it the immigration–industrial complex. The author says that there is big money to be made as the government

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Policy coherence for development and migration

Analyzing US and EU policies through the lens of normative transformation

Harlan Koff

military technology, intelligence and training to Mexico in the war against transnational organized crime, trafficking and money laundering. In 2014, the US contributed $112 million in technology to Mexico’s Southern border control efforts. These