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  1. TNI-BCN Burma Project: Publications

    20 May 2010

    Publications produced by and related to the TNI-BCN Burma Project

  2. Ecuador

    18 May 2010
  3. Partnerships

    17 September 2010

    Working in partnership is how TNI works. TNI believes that social transformation is only achieved by building partnerships, particularly with social movements actively combatting injustice and constructing alternatives. In a world in which predominant economic policies harm the majority while entrenching the power of a small few, forging collaboration and cooperation and building collective power is the first step to achieving a more just world.

  4. Research at TNI

    17 September 2010

    TNI is known for its rigorous standards of research and high levels of expertise and its commitment to produce analysis that can assist our mission of achieving social and environmental justice. Our briefings and reports are appreciated by activists and policy-makers alike for their systemic analysis, visionary alternatives and pragmatic proposals.

     
  5. About TNI-BCN Burma Project

    09 November 2010

    Addressing the needs of ethnic nationalities to support peace, development and democracy in Burma

  6. Sign up for Cannabis in the City newsletter

    01 January 2010

    Stay informed about the latest developments in cannabis policy in Europe.

  7. The BRICS Initiative for Critical Agrarian Studies (BICAS)

    01 January 2010

    The BRICS Initiative for Critical Agrarian Studies (BICAS) is a collective of largely BRICS-based or connected academic researchers concerned with understanding the BRICS countries and their implications for global agrarian transformations. Critical theoretical and empirical questions about the origins, character and significance of complex changes underway need to be investigated more systematically.

  8. Emancipatory Rural Politics Initiative

    01 January 2010

    The Emancipatory Rural Politics Initiative (ERPI) is focused on the social and political processes in rural spaces that are affected by and generating alternatives to regressive, authoritarian politics. We aim to provoke debate and action among scholars, activists, practitioners and policymakers from across the world who are concerned about the current situation, and hopeful about alternatives.

  9. Network and partners

    01 January 2010
  10. Stories of success

    17 September 2010
  11. Fellows

    29 March 2010

    TNI Fellows are internationalist intellectuals with a track record of progressive activist-scholarship and a passionate commitment to social change. They bring TNI vision and new ideas, expertise relevant to current programme, connect TNI to relevant networks and commit themselves to an active role in TNI. TNI Fellowships do not involve any financial remuneration.

  12. Annual Reports

    17 July 2010
  13. About Myanmar in Focus

    20 May 2010

    TNI's Myanmar in Focus project strengthens (ethnic) civil society and political actors to deal with the challenges brought about by the rapid opening-up of the country, while also working to bring about an inclusive and sustainable peace. TNI has developed a unique expertise on Myanmar’s ethnic regions, and through its programme is bringing the whole Institute’s work on agrarian justice, alternative development and a humane drugs policy together.

       
  14. Supervisory Board

    29 March 2010
  15. Thanks for subscribing

    03 April 2010

    Thank you for signing up.

     

  16. D&D Newsletter Español

    01 January 2010

    Receive news and updates related to our Drugs and Democracy work (en Español).

  17. Initiatives in Critical Agrarian Studies

    01 January 2010

    The Initiatives in Critical Agrarian Studies (ICAS) is a community of like-minded scholars, development practitioners and activists from different parts of the world who are working on agrarian issues.

  18. Newsletter South East Asia

    01 January 2010

    Receive updates about new publications concerning our Myanamar programme.

  19. Southeast Asia newsletter

    01 January 2010

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