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Professor Carlos Nuno Castel-Branco was the keynote speaker at the IESE Conference “Extractive Industry in Mozambique: Challenges, Successes and Perspectives”, which took place online on 3 and 4 August 2021, along with a wide range of participants from Mozambique, South Africa, Brazil, Portugal, Denmark, Netherlands, and Canada…

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Fabian Garzon Cuervo is the 18th Doctor in Development Studies at ISEG – Lisbon School of Economics & Management, Universidade de Lisboa, with his thesis “Economic Motivations to join Insurgencies in Colombia”, supervised by Professor …

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Territórios da Memória, a conversation between Isabel Castro Henriques, Cristina Roldão and Simone Amorim, with moderation by Inocência Mata, at Centro Cultural Cabo Verde, Saturday, dia 19, at 3:00 pm. The conversation takes place within the scope of the AFRO-PORT project…

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At the invitation of the Champalimaud Foundation/Champalimaud Foundation, our researcher Iolanda Évora will talk about prejudice and social psychology on next June 17th, at 9 pm, online…

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The 1st Meeting of CPLP Young Researchers on Africa proposes to list a series of conversations with experts from the most diverse areas and to invite a group of young researchers with the global objective of promoting diversity and knowledge about Africa…

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The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, the Portuguese Platform of Non-Governmental Development Organizations (NGDO) and the Centre for African and Development Studies of Lisbon School of Economics and Management, Lisbon University (CESA/ISEG) are organizing…

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Events

1st Meeting of CPLP Young Researchers on Africa The 1st Meeting of CPLP Young Researchers on Africa proposes to list a series of conversations with experts from the most diverse areas and to invite a group of young researchers with the global objective of promoting diversity and knowledge about Africa. The debate of ... Jul 08 View Event

Publications

O Mecanismo Europeu de Apoio à Paz no Reforço da União Europeia como Ator Securitário O Mecanismo Europeu de Apoio à Paz no Reforço da União Europeia como Ator Securitário View Publication Impact of emergency cash assistance on gender relations in the tribal areas of Pakistan Impact of emergency cash assistance on gender relations in the tribal areas of Pakistan The most recent article by Asif Igbal Dawar with Marcos Ferreira, “Impact of emergency cash assistance on gender relations in the tribal areas of Pakistan” (2021), is one of six articles he published throughout his doctoral research. View Publication The International Financial Institutions: An ajar door to the external financing of Iran The International Financial Institutions: An ajar door to the external financing of Iran Authored by Enrique Martínez-Galán, this chapter (nº6) is part of the book “Geopolitics of Iran: Why is it important to the broader Middle East Region?”, which undertakes an examination of the role of Iran in contemporary geopolitics. View Publication The workings and challenges of development finance institutions: the case of the Deutsche Investitions – und Entwicklungsgesellschaft (DEG) The workings and challenges of development finance institutions: the case of the Deutsche Investitions - und Entwicklungsgesellschaft (DEG) The working paper CESA/CSG-ISEG nr. 184, by João Paiva-Silva, examines the workings of DEG - the German development finance institution – focusing on how this institution balances (and has historically balanced) its financial, developmental, and geopolitical/geoeconomics mandates. View Publication Modern Intimacies and Modernist Landscapes: Chinese Photographs in Late-Colonial Mozambique Modern Intimacies and Modernist Landscapes: Chinese Photographs in Late-Colonial Mozambique Authored by Lorenzo Macagno, the article addresses a specific aspect of the social and cultural life of the Portuguese-Chinese in Mozambique. The first contingents, coming from the Chinese province of Guangdong, began to arrive in that region of East Africa in the second half of View Publication On the Nature and Determinants of Poor Households’ Resilience in Fragility Contexts On the Nature and Determinants of Poor Households’ Resilience in Fragility Contexts Authored by Christophe R. Quétel, Guy Bordin, Alexandre Abreu, Ilektra Lemi & Carlos Sangreman, this article published in the Journal of Human Development and Capabilities focuses on the resilience of placed populations in the face of great adversity. View Publication