Publications

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Policy Briefs

Journeys Interrupted: Human and Policy Challenges of Assisting Migrants in Tijuana (August, 2017)

By Dr. Noelle Bridgen, Dr. Katrina Burgess, Dr. Karen Jacobsen, Lic. Rodolfo Cordova Alcaraz


 

Trayectorias migrantes interrumpidas: retos del tránsito permanente en Tijuana (August, 2017)

By Dr. Noelle Bridgen, Dr. Katrina Burgess, Dr. Karen Jacobsen, Lic. Rodolfo Cordova Alcaraz


 

Desplazamiento Forzado en Entornos Urbanos: Un Documento Base, con ejemplos de Tijuana (May, 2017)

By Karen Jacobsen and Mariela Medina Castellanos

 

Forced Displacement in Urban Settings: A Policy Brief, with examples from Tijuana (May, 2017)

By Karen Jacobsen and Mariela Medina Castellanos


 

Building Legitimacy in Conflict-affected and Fragile States (December, 2016)

By Dr. Eileen F. Babbitt, Ian Johnstone, JD, LLM, and Dr. Dyan Mazurana



 

The Role of Legitimacy in the Governance of Fragile States: Preliminary Findings on Legitimacy and Inclusion (June, 2016)





Surveying Service Delivery and Perceptions of Governance: Baseline Evidence from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Uganda (June, 2016)





Clashing Measures of Legitimacy in African Security Sector Reform: Implications for Efforts to Protect Civilians (June, 2016)

By Dr. Bridget Conley-Zilkic




Corruption, Justice and Legitimacy (June, 2016)

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church





Inclusion and Legitimacy in Contemporary Peace & Transition Processes (March, 2016)

By Dr. Thania Paffenholz




Perspectives on Legitimacy: African Peace Missions, Security Sector Governance, Public Authority and Political & legitimacy (March, 2016)

By Mulugeta Gebrehiwot and Dr. Alex de Waal



 

Occasional Papers

The Financial Journey of Refugees: Evidence from Greece, Jordan, and Turkey (2017)

By Kim Wilson and Roxanne Krystalli



Executive Summary: The Financial Journey of Refugees: Evidence from Greece, Jordan, and Turkey (2017)

By Kim Wilson and Roxanne Krystalli


Striking the Match: Digital Financial Inclusion for Jordan’s Refugees (2017)

By Allyson Hawkins and Kim Wilson

 

Facilitation in the Criminal Justice System (September, 2016)

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church and Diana Chigas



 

Taking the Blinders Off: Questioning How Development Assistance is Used to Combat Corruption (June, 2016)

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church and Diana Chigas


 


Reports

African Politics, African Peace: Report submitted to the African Union by the World Peace Foundation (July, 2016)

By Mulugeta Gebrehiwot and Dr. Alex de Waal


 

Technology for Evaluation in Fragile and Conflict Affected States: An Introduction for the Digital Immigrant Evaluator (April, 2016)

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church & Aditi G. Patel


 

Between Bureaucracy and Adhocracy: Crafting a Spectrum of UN Peace Operations (March, 2016)

By Ian Johnstone, JD, LLM


Thematic Paper on Peacebuilding and Service Delivery (February, 2015)

By Lisa Denney, Richard Mallett and Dyan Mazurana




Blogs

Financial Journey of Refugees

Center for Financial Inclusion Blog: Migration’s Middlemen and How to Pay Them (September, 2017)

By Kim Wilson


The Digital Demands of the Displaced: Don’t Track Me, Don’t Expose Me, Don’t Cut Me Off (March, 2017)

By Kim Wilson


The Financial Journeys of Refugees: Charting a research agenda – Is corruption a relevant framework? (February, 2017)

By Kim Wilson and Roxani Krystalli


Corruption

Why the International Community’s Efforts to Reform Police and Justice in the Central African Republic Might be Making the Situation Worse (October, 2017)

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church

Pity the Man Who Stands Alone (October, 2017)

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church


How the Séléka/anti-Balaka crisis has been gas on the fire of corruption the Central African Republic (October, 2017)

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church

Reflections on Using Most Significant Change in An Anti-Corruption Program (September, 2017)

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church and Sandra Sjögren

Research Methodology for Identifying Social Norms that Catalyze Corruption (September, 2017)

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church

Using the Participatory Monitoring Approach, Most Significant Change, for an Anti-Corruption Program (July, 2017)

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church and Sandra Sjögren

Recognizing the Potential “Destructive” Power of Social Norms (May, 2017)

by Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church and Russell Hathaway


Is female discrimination in the justice sector corruption? (May, 2017)

by Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church

What anti-corruption practitioners should read about social norms (May, 2017)

by Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church by Russell Hathaway


What We Learned About Blogging in a Year (April, 2017)

by Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church, Jasmine Walovitch, and Kiely Barnard-Webster


The case for systems in corruption analysis (April, 2017)

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church


Are social norms an important missing link in anti-corruption programming? (March, 2017)

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church and Russell Hathaway


Why is our anti-corruption program working? (March, 2017)

by Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church


Framing Corruption: Do our frames limit our effectiveness? (February, 2017)

by Diana Chigas



Thinking of attending IACC 18 in Denmark? (December, 2016)

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church




What Dynamics Drive Police and Judicial Officers to Engage in Corruption (November, 2016)

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church


 

What Dynamics Drive Citizens to Engage in or Accede to Corruption (November, 2016)

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church




Three Lessons about Corruption in the Police and Courts in Northern Uganda (November, 2016)

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church



Final Blog of the Corruption, Criminal Justice and Legitimacy Mini-Series (July, 2016)

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church




How to deal with the complexity of corruption: Four recommendations for programming (July, 2016)

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church



How Tendering Practices by Anticorruption Research Funders Undermine Research Quality and Credibility (July, 2016)

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church and Diana Chigas


Three Critical Factors Missing in Corruption Assessment (June, 2016)

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church




What Makes Corruption Complex? (June, 2016)

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church




Why the Lid Doesn’t Fit the Pot: The Mismatch Between Corruption and Anti-corruption Programming (June, 2016)

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church



Common Approaches to Understanding and Combatting Corruption (June, 2016)

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church




Making Power Analysis Useful To Anti-Corruption Programming (March, 2016)

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church



What Can We Learn About Corruption in Fragile States? (March, 2016)

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church




Other Human Security Topics

Here’s how attention to gender affected Colombia’s peace process (February, 2017)

By Roxanne Krystalli and Kimberly Theidon


 Pushing the African Union to Prevent Conflicts on Its Own Turf (August, 2016)

By Dali ten Hove




Can Services Deliver Legitimacy and Build Peace? (May, 2015)

By Rachel Gordon & Dyan Mazurana



Media and Op-eds

Kim Wilson and Roxanne Krystalli discuss on the financial systems used by refugees in Greece, Turkey and Jordan:

Karen Jacobsen Screening Process For Refugees Entering the U.S.

Corruption, Justice and Fragile States


Building Legitimacy in Conflict-affected and Fragile States

Health Care, Water and Education in Building State Legitimacy

 

Practical security: security sector reform in stormy waters

 

Fletcher Ideas Exchange

Fall 2016 Fletcher Ideas Exchange Event: Bridging the Academic-Policy Gap (November, 2016)



Fletcher IDEAS Exchange 3: October 25, 2016

The third annual Fletcher IDEAS Exchange featured engaging speeches around the theme of a bridging the Academic-Policy Gap- speakers focused on how to better understand the challenges and how actors on both sides of the divide can overcome them.

Please click here to view videos of each speaker's talk

About the Fletcher IDEAS Exchange:

The Institute for Human Security, in collaboration with the Edward R. Murrow Center, hosted the second annual Fletcher Ideas Exchange on October 25, 2016.  The event was made possible by a grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York.  The statements made and views expresses are solely the responsibility of the authors.  

 

Fletcher IDEAS Exchange 2: April 14, 2016

The second annual Fletcher IDEAS Exchange featured engaging speeches around the theme of a human security approach to peacebuilding – why it matters and what are the challenges. The talks centered on perceptions of legitimacy in the governance of conflict–affected and fragile states, as well as on related aspects of human security, development and peacebuilding.

Please click here to view videos of each speaker’s talk

About the Fletcher IDEAS Exchange:

The Institute for Human Security, in collaboration with the Edward R. Murrow Center, hosted the second annual Fletcher Ideas Exchange on April 14, 2016.  The event was made possible by a grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York.  The statements made and views expresses are solely the responsibility of the authors.