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This series publishes working papers designed to provide policy makers with the critical contextual information and conditions informing both real and potential international development projects. The papers will address the current challenges facing the international donor community as it tries to pursue peaceful, democratic, and technically sound approaches to sustainable development. Particular but not exclusive emphasis will be given to the Pacific Basin region.
For more information, please see Policy Context Briefs Prospectus July 2015.
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What We Need to Understand in Order to Promote Meaningful Participatory Mechanisms in Conservation and Development
What We Need To Understand in Order to Prevent Food Riots in Poor Countries
What We Need to Understand In Order to Promote Governmental Transparency
What We Need to Understand in Order to Harness Consumerism to Promote Philanthropy and Fair Distribution
What We Need to Understand in Order to Design Inclusive Rural Development
What We Need to Understand in Order to Provide Legal Rights to the Poor in Pacific Basin Countries
What We Need to Understand in Order to Mold Economic Liberalization into Inclusive Development