Posts tagged with “our work”

Two new featured topics: on Al-Shabaab in Somalia and on sectarian violence in Pakistan

Two new  featured topics are available: an overview on events related to the armed group Al-Shabaab in Somalia since October 2011 and an overview on sectarian violence in Pakistan since September 2011.

Featured topic on Dagestan updated; Afghanistan: new ANSO website

The featured topic on Dagestan has been updated and the Afghanistan NGO Safety Office launched its new website, making available the ANSO reports.

New featured topic on the security situation in Dagestan

A new featured topic on the security situation in Dagestan (Russian Federation) is available.

New featured topic on Abyei (Sudan & South Sudan), update on Nigeria; new ACCORD-report on Myanmar

A new featured topic on the political and administrative status of the Abyei Area, disputed between Sudan & South Sudan, is available, and the featured topic on Nigeria has been updated. Additionally, a new 155 pages COI report on Myanmar has been published by ACCORD.

New featured topic on Nigeria, updates on Afghanistan & Syria

A new featured topic on post-election violence in Nigeria is available, and the featured topics on Afghanistan and Syria have been updated

South Sudan country page available

A country page for the world’s most recent inedependent nation, the Republic of South Sudan, is now available on ecoi.net.

ecoi.net-blog online!

As part of our changes to celebrate ecoi.net’s 10th anniversary, we are establishing a blog on which we will inform about new developments regarding ecoi.net’s work, important new publications* and about news in the field of COI research.

10 years of ecoi.net – we thank and congratulate all those involved

ecoi.net went online in 2001. We now introduce “featured topics” for focus countries and improved the site’s performance. Look forward to further developments in the coming weeks.

New feature: Stay logged in

To facilitate access to our personalisation features, most notably the research baskets, you can now choose to “stay logged in”.

Usability Survey 2010 – Results

In September, ecoi.net conducted a usability survey. Click on “read more” to see how our users responded.

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