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  • Knox, Colin (Criminal Justice: The International Journal of Policy and Practice, 2001)
    The plight of the victims of political violence in Northern Ireland and the enduring suffering of their families has recently assumed much greater public prominence. Some see this new-found concern by government for victims ...
  • Knox, Colin (Social Policy and Society, 2010)
    Northern Ireland has witnessed significant political progress with devolution and a power sharing Executive in place since May 2007. These political achievements, however, conceal a highly polarised society characterised ...
  • Knox, Colin; Monaghan, Rachel (The Journal of Conflict Studies, 2001)
    This paper, drawing on focus group interview material, will therefore examine ways in which the communities in Northern Ireland and South Africa have responded to crime both during the conflict and thereafter. If the raison ...
  • Mahon, Denis; Knox, Colin (Perspectives on Pedagogy and Practice, 2014)
    The purpose of this paper is to explore the conception and implementation of a collaborative approach to public sector professional learning which seeks to explore some of the most sensitive and important relationships ...
  • Knox, Colin (Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 2011)
    The devolved government in Northern Ireland pledged to work for a `shared and better future for all' in its Programme for Government 2008 ^ 11. In pursuit of this goal it launched a consultation document entitled Programme ...
  • Knox, Colin (Local Governance, 2003)
    Northern Ireland is perhaps the locus extremis of fragmental communities in the United Kingdom. The ethno-national tensions and political violence that have ravaged the Province for over 30 years continue unabated at a ...
  • Knox, Colin (Journal of International Affairs, 2009)
    The People’s Republic of Bangladesh, formerly East Pakistan, became an independent state after the civil war of 1971 and joined the Commonwealth in 1972. It is a densely populated South Asian country with some 142 million ...
  • Knox, Colin (Journal of Social Policy, 2010)
    Northern Ireland has been dubbed by the media as the ‘race hate capital of Europe’ and attracted recent international criticism after one hundred Roma families were forced to flee their homes following racist attacks. ...
  • Beirne, Maggie; Knox, Colin (Journal of Human Rights Practice, 2013)
    Peace building interventions in Northern Ireland have attracted at least two approaches—those which advocate from a human rights-based perspective, and others which promote community relations and reconciliation as a ...
  • Borooah, Vani K.; Knox, Colin (Educational Review, 2016)
    Northern Ireland is now a post-conflict society but one of the legacies of the “troubles” is an education system which is defined by religious affiliation/identity. A parallel system of schools continues to exist where ...
  • Knox, Colin (Policy and Politics, 2014)
    Northern Ireland has been described as a ‘post conflict’ society with a stable political environment following the peace process, and yet it is a hugely segregated society with significant social deprivation. With peace ...
  • Knox, Colin (Public Money and Management, 2015)
    There are obvious complexities in the governance of Northern Ireland. Longawaited political stability, power-sharing and settled devolution come with a highly-fragmented structure of public services. In addition, because ...
  • Coxhead, Francis; Grauberg, Janet; Joyce, Paul; Lawes, Tanya; Massey, Andrew; Knox, Colin (Public Money and Management, 2010)
    Guidance for designing and delivering Masters in Public Administration (MPA) programmes has just been approved by three key stakeholder bodies - the Public Administration Committee (of the Joint University Council), the ...
  • Knox, Colin; Carmichael, Paul (Environment and Planning Series C, 2005)
    Devolution in Northern Ireland followed directly from the 1998 Belfast (Good Friday) Agreement which provided, inter alia, for a democratically elected Assembly ‘inclusive in its membership, capable of exercising executive ...
  • Borooah, Vani K.; Knox, Colin (British Educational Research Journal, 2012)
    Northern Ireland has achieved political stability and its devolved government is now tackling public policy issues neglected during periods of sectarian violence. Notwithstanding the prevailing political optimism, one ...
  • Вааль, Тамара (Интернет журнал со своим мнением Vласть, 2016-12-28)
    Высшая школа государственной политики Назарбаев Университета – первое англоязычное учебное заведение в Казахстане, которое нацелено на подготовку аналитиков и менеджеров в области государственной политики и разработчиков ...
  • Джаненова, Салтанат (Zakon.kz, 2016-12-28)
    В январе 2016 года была создана Государственная корпорация «Правительство для граждан» с миссией стать единым провайдером всех госуслуг в Казахстане по образцу «Service Canada» в Канаде и «Centrelink» в Австралии. Госкорпорация ...
  • Оразгалиев, Серик (Tengrinews, 2016-12-27)
    Вопрос о роли государства в регулировании экономики является одним из самых дискутируемых со времен зарождения экономической теории. Есть вымышленная история о том, что Адам Смит и Карл Маркс плыли в одной лодке и внезапно ...
  • Пелиццо, Рикардо (Zakon.kz, 2016-12-26)
    За последние 20 лет международное сообщество обеспокоилось издержками коррупции. Коррупция препятствует прямым иностранным инвестициям, замедляет экономический рост и мешает странам достичь своих целей. Правительство ...
  • Knox, Colin (Astana Times, 2016-12-09)
    Good Governance Matters is the strapline of Nazarbayev University’s Graduate School of Public Policy. But what does “good governance” mean for the citizens of Kazakhstan? If Kazakhstan is to join the top 30 developed ...

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