Sussex Development Lectures
The Sussex Development Lecture series is jointly run by the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) and the University of Sussex and open to students, staff and members of the general public.
The series provides an opportunity to hear leading global thinkers address some of the most pressing development issues such as climate change, what replaces the Millennium Development Goals in 2015, the global financial crisis and much, much more. As well as lectures with eminent speakers we also hold lively panel discussions with leading development thinkers and practitioners.
You can now watch online
To make the series as accessible as possible we will be live streaming all of the lectures, so people can watch live or catch up later on the IDS website. You can post your questions on via Facebook or Twitter by using #sussexdev
Ideas about someone you would like to see speak
We are always open to ideas about possible speakers. If you would like to make a suggestion please contact Hannah Corbett
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Forthcoming lectures for Spring 2014
The Global Development Crisis and the Possibilities of Labour-Centred DevelopmentThursday 13 Mar 2014 Live Streaming
Dr Ben Selwyn examines the concept of labour-centred development as an alternative to the current model of development which seeks to integrate the poor into the global capitalist systemMore details