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The ‘Real Politics’ of Taxation in Post-Revolutionary Sudan

Describes Sudan’s tax system and plan to search for domestic tax revenue to respond to economic, political and social uncertainty....
London School of Economics
2021
EVENT
14 December 2023
Decolonising Humanitarian Action: A Multiplicity of Meanings, Modes and Methods
event

Decolonising Humanitarian Action: A Multiplicity of Meanings, Modes & Methods

Bilingual webinar, Thursday 14 December 2023, 14:30 to 16:00 (UTC) The movement to decolonise humanitarian action is gaining critical momentum.…
Blog

The attack on Gaza and the role of anthropologists

Santiago Ripoll, Research Fellow, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex. In this piece I highlight the importance of anthropology and social theory when approaching the ongoing attack on Gaza....
Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute
2023
Journal Article

The Anthropological Rise of Palestine

Abstract This article traces the rise of anthropological scholarship on Palestine and/or Palestinians from 2011 through the present, providing readers with a comprehensive bibliography of anthropological publications related to Palestine...
Taylor & Francis Online
2021
Blog

Language Is a Powerful Weapon in the Israel-Palestine Conflict

Facts require narratives in which to take root, but the terminology of the powerful too often trivializes war, dehumanizes those who suffer and erases the past. “It appears as though...
New Lines Magazine
2023
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Decolonising humanitarian action: what way forward?

11th March 2024
As Tammam Aloudat and Themrise Khan write, ‘Decolonising humanitarian aid has imposed itself on the humanitarian debate over the past…
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