Local to Global Protection in Myanmar (Burma), Sudan, South Sudan and Zimbabwe
Author: Ashley South, Simon Harragin, Justin Corbett, Richard Horsey, Susanne Kempel, Henrik Frojmark, Nils Carstensen
Overseas Development Institute (ODI)
This Network Paper presents the findings of five community-based studies on self-
protection in Myanmar (Burma), Sudan, South Sudan and Zimbabwe.
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Developing a Palm Oil Sector
Author: Niels Fold, Lindsay Whitfield
Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS)
This paper explores what can be learned about the development of a productive sector and the factors that affect the process of upgrading and innovation, through a comparative assessment of the experiences of Malaysia and Ghana in the palm oil sector.
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GCC States’ Land Investments Abroad: The Case of Cambodia
Author: Benjamin Shepherd
Center for International and Regional Studies (CIRS)
This report evaluates Cambodia as a potential long-term source of agricultural staples for Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member states as part of their national food security policy strategies.
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Climate Change, Migration and Human Security in Southeast Asia
Author: Lorraine Elliott, J Jackson Ewing, Benoît Mayer, Graeme Hugo, Bernadette P Resurreccion, Edsel E Sajor, Triarko Nurlambang, Olivia Dun
S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS)
This monograph discusses climate change in Southeast Asia and its effects on migration and related to this, human security.
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Sustainability Standards and Certification – Towards Sustainable Palm Oil in Indonesia?
Author: Clara Brandi, Tobias Cabani, Christoph Hosang, Sonja Schirmbeck, Lotte Westermann, Hannah Wiese
German Development Institute
This briefing paper focuses on the question of whether sustainability standards like RSPO can represent an effective tool for minimizing the negative ecological impact of palm oil cultivation in Indonesia.
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