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A current IDS Masters student tells us why it is vital the international development community pays attention to the situation in Hong Kong. More...

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IDS student Ying Yu Chen (MADev12) tells why, for her, in order to be a journalist focusing on global issues you should consider studying development. More...

Image: By UN Women CSW63 Closing Session (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

After experiencing CSW63 IDS student Amy Quinn-Graham (MAGen31) challenges policymakers to include young women in their process, even if that means di… More...

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IDS student Rebecca Webb (MADev12) tells us how studying at IDS has shown her how digital disruption could help reduce inequalities, accelerate sustai… More...

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IDS MA Gender & Development Students Barbara Da Silva Paes and Nana Soares (MAGen32) tell us why women will be leading the opposition to Bolsonaro's m… More...

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Current IDS student Katheryn Margaret Pascoe (MADev12) explains why development practitioners need to work in partnership with social workers if they … More...

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For globalisation to survive and sustain this nationalism wave, it is time to look within and become more inclusive. More...

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Current IDS student Myriam Mhamedi (MAGen32) shares her thoughts on the Yellow Vests; asking if they are an anti-ecology movement. More...

Image: Painted wolves by Nicholas Dyer.

Diane Skinner (MASSD01) tells us about her journey after IDS and her new conservation work with painted wolves. More...

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Titilayo Soremi (MSCCCD04) tells us how CCT is coming to Nigeria, not as a codified policy or policy instrument, but as an idea, an idea that docked i… More...

New site to engage in development discussions in Latin America More...

Small-farmer participant.

IDS seminar from alums Santiago Ripoll and Elise Wach on recent research on food systems with small farmers in Nicaragua, Senegal and UK More...

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Mamunur tell's his story from IDS to his leadership of a social movement to improve women's menstrual health management in Bangladesh More...

Images: At State University of Bangladesh

Mahumda Rahman Khan (MA7) tells us about the Workshops on Gender Equality and Mental Health held in Bangladesh in collaboration with private universit… More...

Jakarta Discussion Jan 22nd 2018

“It is not the torch in Jakarta that would make Indonesia bright, but rather the candles throughout its villages.” Report from Indonesia Alumni Networ… More...

Image: By Desmond Bowles Removal of Statue of Cecil Rhodes CC BY-SA 2.0

Given the decades old decolonial and post-development critiques that the international development project is a deeply colonial enterprise, how is Int… More...

Watch this short video made by Chloe Vaast (MAGen25) for the #MAGen30 Gender Justice week More...

Guest Blog for the Spotlight on #GenderJustice week in celebration of #MAGen30 Zohra Moosa (MA16), Dinah Musindarwezo (MA20) and Lee Webster (MA18) More...

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IDS Alum Charles Lane (DP90) has written a book about the Barabaig, who he lived with as part of his doctoral studies at IDS in the late 1980s More...

Image: Governor Mvurya & Jethro Pettit at IDS Anniversary Conference 2016

Laura Chao (MAPov04) tells us about the re-election of Governor Salim Mgalla Mvurya (MAP05) More...

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