The Centre for Global Security Challenges (CGSC) and Centre for Global Development (CGD) in the School of Politics and International Studies submitted written evidence to UK parliament on COVIDー19 and global health security which has been now been published.
“Development Today”: Emerging Narratives and Changing Political Contexts Development issues facing our world today assume multiple dimensionalities: physical, geographical, political, socio-economic, and historical and scales: from human bodies, micro-level, international scale and covering the Anthropocene. This has called for the adaptation of both research and practice to cope with the ongoing dynamic within the sector....
This article by Professor Olaf Corry, co-authored with Professor Duncan McLaren (Lancaster University), has been published in Global Policy.
This new Open Access article by Professor Olaf Corry, co-authored with Dr Ruba Salih (SOAS), has been published in Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space.
Dr Victoria Honeyman's article on Britain's Overseas Development Aid Agenda is part of a new publication by the Foreign Policy Centre.
An Open Access article by Dr Owain Williams has been published in Development.
"Why does Africa have so few coronavirus cases compared to Western Europe and North America? What are countries on the African continent doing right, and is the West prepared to learn from them?"
Dr Lata Narayanaswamy joins Imogen Foulkes on the podcast 'Inside Geneva' to discuss these questions and more.
‘When disconnected institutions serve connected publics: subnational legislatures and digital public engagement in Nigeria’, an article co-authored by CDE PhD student Temitayo Odeyemi and Omomayowa Olawale Abati, has been published in The Journal of Legislative Studies.
CGD member Lata Narayanaswamy has been part of a team looking at how (whether) women farmers in Kenya access weather forecasts and climate information. The value of such data for individual farmers is frequently overstated. This research clearly demonstrates the limited value of this data in the absence of wider contextual understandings of agricultural livelihoods....
A blog recently published by UNESCO's International Institute for Educational Planning draws on Prof Caroline Dyer's work on data generated through the People's Action for Learning (PAL) network.