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Alumni Blog: Perspectives, Provocations & Initiatives

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Covid-19 Response in Sudan: Opportunities Amid Crisis

The Covid-19 crisis has added more pressure to Sudan's transitional government and yet a number of opportunities have arisen in response to the socioeconomic impact of the crisis. More...

Why Covid-19 has revealed the need for legal reform on sex work in the UK

Isabelle Tickel (MAGen33) tells us how the Covid-19 pandemic has shown how the current British system detrimentally affe… More...

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Considerations when embarking on a PhD: Lessons learned from my first year

Katheryn-Margaret Pascoe (MADev12) shares some practical information and tips for starting and surviving your first year… More...

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Impact of Covid- 19 on inequalities in the world of work

IDS Student Anjali Dhingra (MADev13) highlights how inequalities are being exacerbated by Covid-19, with marginalised, l… More...

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Which step of the ladder? COVID-19 demands and International Development Reports-2020

IDS alum Ranjani Krishnamurthy (MP13) briefly analyses several key international development reports looking for new tre… More...

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Student Blog: Developing Perspectives

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Developing Perspectives is a platform for students to explore important themes, contemporary challenges, and global events related to international development and poverty reduction through the lens of our evolving perspectives, informed both by our studies and diverse experiences. Our writers and editors are a diverse group of current students pursuing Masters degrees in development studies. Coming from many different backgrounds and from all over the world our writers bring a wealth of different experiences, perspectives, and interests.

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