On 5 November 2019, the Drugs & (dis)order Afghanistan country team held a roundtable discussion with members of the Afghan government and other stakeholders from the research and policy community in Kabul. The event included an overview of the project's goals and preliminary findings to date, as well as two policy briefings: one on the …
An exchange of knowledge and experience on data management for projects funded by the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) GROW programme.
Data protection and ethical obligations towards research participants play a role in how easily (or not) research data can be shared and reused. In this webinar, you can learn more about how to put those legal and ethical obligations into practice, illustrated with practical examples and Q&A with Drugs & (dis)order Data Manager Veerle Van …
How research projects can prepare data for future reuse, how to document them, why metadata matter and where and how data can be archived or published.
Expert speakers discuss how we can rethink the relationship between drugs, development and violence in war-to-peace transitions, what the big trade-offs that need to be tackled are, and how can we better incorporate the voices and perspectives of those involved in illicit economies into policy debates. Launching 'Voices from the borderlands 2020: illicit drugs, development and peacebuilding.'
Drugs & (dis)order researchers discuss their findings from the borderlands of Afghanistan, Colombia and Myanmar at the World Bank Fragility Forum 2020.
Guest experts discuss the implications of new research on illicit economies, development and pathways out of conflict in the borderlands at the World Bank Fragility Forum 2020.
Drugs & (dis)order researchers present their work in Afghanistan, Colombia and Myanmar helping to transform debates, practices and policies relating to drugs and development in conflict affected and post-conflict states at the University of Cambridge Centre of Development Studies Seminar Series 2021.
This talk explores why peacebuilding efforts in Myanmar continue to face huge challenges despite the country’s democratic transition and formal peace process.
En este evento se hará la presentación de los artículos publicados en el número especial 'Drogas, conflicto y desarrollo' del International Journal of Drug Policy.
Spotlighting drugs and development policy processes in Afghanistan, Colombia & Myanmar. What are the implications of current events unfolding in each country? What can we learn from the past? What opportunities are there to influence policy with research?
Bringing together academic colleagues from across the globe to explore research ideas on how best to understand parastatal and criminal armed groups, and what they can tell us about broader development and statebuilding processes.
Photo exhibition on the coca production process in Colombia.