Publications

TNI has a proud history of being at the cutting edge of analysis, research and activism on critical global issues. Here you can navigate our publications in chronological order, including: policy briefs, issue briefs, papers, reports, primers, working papers, and books.

  1. A sustainable future for cannabis farmers ‘Alternative Development’ opportunities in the legal cannabis market

    • Producers of Crops
    • Cannabis
    • Alternative Development
    Report by
    • Martin Jelsma
    • Tom Blickman
    • Sylvia Kay
    • Pien Metaal
    • Nicolás Martínez Rivera
    • Dania Putri
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  2. Outsourcing oppression How Europe externalises migrant detention beyond its shores

    Border Wars
    Policy briefing by
    Mark Akkerman
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  3. Financing border wars The border industry, its financiers and human rights

    Border Wars
    Policy briefing by
    Mark Akkerman
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  4. Public Water and Covid-19 Dark Clouds and Silver Linings

    • Water Justice
    • Democratic Public Services
    • COVID-19
    Book
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  5. Roots of Resilience Land Policy for an Agroecological Transition in Europe

    • Agroecology
    • Land Sovereignty
    • Food Sovereignty
    Report
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  6. Biden's Border The industry, the Democrats and the 2020 elections

    Border Wars
    Policy briefing by
    • Todd Miller
    • Nick Buxton
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  7. The 2020 General Election in Myanmar: A Time for Ethnic Reflection

    Myanmar Election 2020
    Policy briefing
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  8. Busting the myths around the Energy Charter Treaty A guide for concerned citizens, activists, journalists and policymakers

    • Free Trade Agreements
    • Energy Charter Treaty (ECT)
    Report by
    • Fabian Flues
    • Pia Eberhardt
    • Cecilia Olivet
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  9. Muslim Women don’t need saving Gendered Islamophobia in Europe

    Paper by
    Nawal Mustafa
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  10. Deep and comprehensive dependency How a trade agreement with the EU could devastate the Tunisian economy

    Free Trade Agreements
    Publication by
    • Layla Riahi
    • Hamza Hamouchene
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