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Development Seminars

Workshop: Solar Technology for Everybody

Dr Richard Komp

Date: 28 November 2014, 12.00-15.00  Venue: Earth & Environment SR 8.119

 

The Violence of Development: Resource Depletion, Environmental Crises and Human Rights Abuses in Central America

Martin Mowforth, University of Plymouth

Date: 19 November 2014, 13.00-14.30   Venue: Houldsworth LT F (G.07)

 

News Coverage of the “Third World” and the Alliance for Progress: Communicating the Politics of Containment

Dr Jairo Lugo-Ocando, University of Sheffield

Date: 15 October 2014, 16.15-17.45   Venue: G12 Clothworker’s North Building

 

Sowing the Oil? Building a Pro-Poor System for Petroleum Revenue Management and Expenditures in Ghana

Ian Gary, Oxfam America

Date: 6 October 2014, 16.00-17.30   Venue: Roger Stevens LT 23

 

Poverty and inequality measurement: A survivor’s guide

Gaston Yalonetzky, LUBS

Date: 10 March 2014, 11:30-14:00   Venue: LUBS SR 1.44

 

2008 Global Financial Crisis in a Long-term Perspective: The failure of neo-liberalism and the future of capitalism

Ha-Joon Chang, University of Cambridge; author of ‘Kicking Away the Ladder’

Date: 27 February 2014, 17:00-18.30pm    Venue: Conference Auditorium 2

 

A mobile precariat? Latin American onward migration from Spain to the UK post-2008

Dr Rosa Mas Giralt, University of Leeds

Date: 19 February 2014, 16:00-17:30   Venue: LUBS SR 1.44

 

Participatory statistics for international development research

Jeremy Holland, IDS, University of Sussex

Date: 23 January 2014, 11:30- 14:00

 

Working in international development: a seminar for early career researchers

Caroline Hoy, DFID and Simone Lombardini, Oxfam’s research team

Date: 9 January 2014, 11:30-14:00

 

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