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Publications

Research papers

Civil Society in Afghanistan|
Elizabeth Winter, NGPA Fellowship paper

Aid, Civil Society and the State in Kenya since 9/11|
Jeremy Lind and Jude Howell
NGPA research paper 21

Civil Society With Guns Is Not Civil Society': Aid, Security And Civil Society In Afghanistan|
Jeremy Lind and Jude Howell
NGPA reseach paper 24

Changing donor policy and practice on civil society in the post-9/11 aid context|
Jeremy Lind and Jude Howell
NGPA research paper 25

The Non-Governmental Public Action Research Paper (NGPA RP) series provides a vehicle for disseminating recent and ongoing research of researchers based at, or linked to the NGPA Programme. It aims to reflect the range and diversity of non-governmental public action, and understand the impact of public action. For more information or to view other research papers in the series visit the NGPA website|.

Research briefing papers

© CCS - Jude Howell and
Jeremy Lind in Afghanistan

Books

 
Counter -Terrorism, Aid and Civil Society Before and After the War on Terror|

 

Counter -Terrorism, Aid and Civil Society Before and After the War on Terror
By Jude Howell and Jeremy Lind
Palgrave Macmillan, September 2009

The book critically examines the effects of the War on Terror on the relationships between civil
society, security and aid. It argues that the War on Terror regime has greatly reshaped the field of
development and it highlights the longer-lasting impacts of post-9/11 counter-terrorism responses
on aid policy and practice on civil society.

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Manufacturing Civil Society and the Limits of Legitimacy: aid, security and civil society post 9/11 in Afghanistan

 

Manufacturing Civil Society and the Limits of Legitimacy: aid, security and civil society post 9/11 in Afghanistan
Jude Howell and Jeremy Lind
The European Journal of Development Research, Volume 21, number 5, December 2009, pp 718-737

Find online at the European Journal of Development Research|

Civil Society Under Strain: Counter-Terrorism Policy, Civil Society and Aid Post 9/11|

Civil Society Under Strain: Counter-Terrorism Policy, Civil Society and Aid Post 9/11
Jude Howell and Jeremy Lind
Kumarian Press, January 2010

This edited volume investigates the convergence of aid and security objectives following the
September 11 attacks. It explores the effects of this convergence on civil society spaces, actors
and organizations and analyzes the impact of counter-terrorist legislation, measures,
discourses and practices on civil societies in a range of political contexts. It proposes that the
securitization of aid that was already underway in the 1990s has accelerated in the post-9/11 world. The
bulk of the literature on civil society and development relates to the golden era of the 1990s. Civil Society
Under Strain brings the discussion into this newly altered landscape.

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