IDS staff or research student

Johanna Lindstrom - Research Officer/Coordinator

Directorate and Development Office
E: J.Lindstrom@ids.ac.uk

Johanna works as Research Officer/Coordinator to the Director of IDS. She is a social scientist with recent work experience in the areas of monitoring and evaluation; agricultural development, food security and nutrition; pro-poor policy processes, policy influence and the research-policy interface; and public awareness of international development.

Much of her current work is focused on the ALINe (Agriculture Learning and Impact Network) planning grant.

With the world economy in a major downturn, the stakes for developing countries could not be higher. Public support for international development and aid will play a key role. But is there a domestic consensus on the UK's role in international development and what are its contours?

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IDS Working Paper

Public Perceptions of International Development and Support for Aid in the UK: Results of a Qualitative Enquiry

IDS Working Paper 353 (2010)

Aid budgets face immense pressure - despite overseas aid being critical for poverty alleviation in developing countries and the explicit commitments of the world's industrialised countries to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). More details

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Making Science of Influencing: Assessing the Impact of Development Research

IDS Working Paper 335 (2009)

The impact and influence of development research is an agenda that has been gathering momentum over the last few years. This agenda is a coming together of two divergent concerns. More details

IDS In Focus Policy Briefing

Making the Case for Aid: The Challenge of UK Public Perceptions

IDS In Focus Policy Briefing 12 (2009)

Aid budgets face immense pressure – despite overseas aid being critical for poverty alleviation in developing countries and the explicit commitments of the world’s industrialised countries to the Millennium development goals. More details

This is the IDS Bulletin entitled, 'People-centred M&E: Aligning Incentives So Agriculture Does More to Reduce Hunger'

People-centred M&E: Aligning Incentives So Agriculture Does More to Reduce Hunger

IDS Bulletin 41.6 (2010)

This seminal IDS Bulletin provide systematic evidence to lay open the widely shared secret among development practitioners that the cupboard of agricultural monitoring and evaluation (M&E) is bare. More details