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Policy coherence for development and migration

Analyzing US and EU policies through the lens of normative transformation

Harlan Koff

), nation-states and regions generally address migration as a security threat reinforcing state-focused strategies. This article addresses the migration–security– development nexus through the lens of policy coherence for development (PCD). PCD is a policy

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Sandra Häbel

, consequently, undermine normative policy coherence for development (NPCD). In this article, NPCD is defined as the coherent implementation of EU norms, such as human rights, gender equality, the rule of law, freedom and peace, in EU policies across all

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Gender coherence for development

The inclusion of women in peace and development

Harlan Koff and Carmen Maganda

/social policies, economic development, health, and violence and public security. One of the main research themes developed in the RISC Consortium is policy coherence for development (PCD). This concept/policy tool, which has been championed by supranational

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Ecosystem integrity and policy coherence for development

Tools aimed at achieving balance as the basis for transformative development

Harlan Koff, Miguel Equihua Zamora, Carmen Maganda, and Octavio Pérez-Maqueo

been evolving for some time and now emerge as “conceptual attractors” inspired by the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda: Ecosystem Integrity and Policy Coherence for Development. The combination of these paradigms includes both metrics aimed at

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Navigating through contradictory rationalities

Experiences of development in Mexico

Martin J. Larsson

English abstract: This article discusses the idea of policy coherence for development, and its relation to the experience of development along the Grijalva River in the state of Chiapas, Mexico. Through an analysis of different understandings of the garbage in the river, and of the attempts to deal with the garbage, I highlight tensions between different generations of policies, between different levels of government, and between implementing the goals of governmental representatives and a meaningful participation by citizens. To understand these tensions, the article draws attention to the coexistence of experience-based rationalities, which are important to take into account when formulating policies, and when moving from policies to concrete projects.

Spanish abstract: Este artículo discute la idea de la coherencia en las políticas públicas para el desarrollo, y su relación con la experiencia de desarrollo sobre el Río Grijalva, en el estado de Chiapas, México. A través de un análisis de diversos entendimientos de la basura en el Río, subrayo las tensiones entre diferentes generaciones de políticas públicas; entre diferentes niveles de gobierno; y las tensiones entre la implementación de metas de los representantes gubernamentales y una participación significativa por parte de los ciudadanos. Para entender estas tensiones, el artículo enfatiza la co-existencia de racionalidades basadas en la experiencia práctica, que son importantes considerar al formular políticas públicas, y al moverse de las políticas públicas a proyectos concretos.

French abstract: Cet article examine l’idée de cohérence dans les stratégies politiques pour le développement et sa relation avec l’expérience du développement autour du fleuve Grijalva, dans l’état du Chiapas, au Mexique. À travers l’analyse des multiples significations des déchets dans le fleuve, je souligne les tensions entre différentes générations de politiques publiques, entre différents niveaux de gouvernement, et entre la mise en oeuvre des objectifs par les représentants gouvernementaux et la participation significative des citoyens. Pour comprendre ces tensions, l’article insiste sur la coexistence de rationalités fondées sur l’expérience pratique, qu’il est important de prendre en compte dans l’élaboration des politiques publiques, et lors du passage de ces politiques publiques aux projets concrets.

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Regional and sub-regional effects on development policies

The Benelux and the Nordic countries compared

Lauri Siitonen

(Indonesia) aid programs (see Table 2 in Appendix). Commitment to advance PCD According to the EU, “member states are responsible for ensuring policy coherence for development in their national policies,” and to “have their own coordination

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Harlan Koff and Carmen Maganda

& Cohesion begins its tenth year, it renews its commitment to these goals by focusing specifically on two important concepts in regional integration: coherence and cooperation. Policy coherence for development (PCD) is a tool that aims to address policy

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rights courts, as political references within supranational systems of governance, can help establish normative policy coherence for development. In doing so, the article addresses the interaction of power, time and space through the analysis of the

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Anne-Laure Amilhat Szary

2016 issue on women, peace and development, edited by Harlan Koff and Carmen Maganda, with an important introductory paper on “Gender coherence for development: The inclusion of women in peace and development” ( Koff & Maganda, 2016 ). This issue also

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Harlan Koff, Carmen Maganda, Philippe De Lombaerde, Edith Kauffer, and Julia Ros Cuellar

-López, and the issues on integrated and coherent sustainable development (2018) and gender coherence for development (2016) examined proposed policy solutions across regions for sustainable development challenges. Throughout this history, we have also been