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Using film to communicate research: Useful guides and blogs

There has been a lot of talk and discussion around the use of film and video throughout the last year and it is becoming an increasingly popular use of media amongst researchers and communication specialists. Research to Action wants to share with yo…

Posted by Michelle Cruickshank, 05 Dec 18

SOLIDARITY, SAFETY AND POWER: YOUNG WOMEN ORGANIZING IN INDONESIA

For a human rights network to emerge in the context of closing civic space, rising religious fundamentalism, and violence is no small feat. How did FAMM, a network of 350 young Indonesian women, representing rural, urban, indigenous, Muslim, Christia…

Posted by Michelle Cruickshank, 19 Oct 18

Uncovering ‘Community’: Challenging an Elusive Concept in Development and Disaster Related Work

The default language in talking about disasters, climate change and development at the local level is 'community'. It is rare for the word 'people' or 'locality' to be used. Instead researchers, donors and other organizations all claim to be working …

Posted by Michelle Cruickshank, 04 Oct 18

Sexual Pleasure - Training Toolkit

This toolkit aims to strengthen health professionals’ skills in providing quality SRH services, using GAB’s triangular approach with sexual pleasure and its links to sexual health and sexual rights at the core.

Posted by Michelle Cruickshank, 02 Oct 18

IDS Bulletin

The IDS Bulletin is an open access, peer-review journal exploring emerging international development challenges. It is published bi-monthly and is the flagship publication of the Institute of Development Studies, a leading global institution for rese…

Posted by Michelle Cruickshank, 28 Sep 18

ELDIS

Eldis supports free and open access to useful and relevant research on global development challenges.

Posted by Michelle Cruickshank, 28 Sep 18

Participatory Methods

Participatory Methods website provides resources to generate ideas and action for inclusive development and social change.

Posted by Michelle Cruickshank, 28 Sep 18

Networked Toolbox

A community of users of participatory tools and processes - a platform where practitioners can share their experiences of applying tools in practice in different contexts.

Posted by Michelle Cruickshank, 28 Sep 18

Epidemic Response Anthropology Platform (ERAP)

The Epidemic Response Anthropology Platform (ERAP) showcases evidence from anthropologists and other social scientists around the world to provide insight, analysis and advice, to inform epidemic response efforts. You can identify resources by clicki…

Posted by Michelle Cruickshank, 28 Sep 18

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Alumni Benefits

The IDS Alumni Network has a range of benefits on offer for alumni and existing students

Posted by Michelle Cruickshank, 28 Sep 18