IDS Alumni blog
IDS alumni are located all over the world and after studying at IDS go on to a range of careers in development. This makes the Alumni Blog uniquely placed to represent opinions on development from a diverse range of experience and professions, all of whom have IDS in common. The posts on this blog reflect the opinions of each individual, and not necessarily those of IDS.
My War Diary: Gaza My Soul - Part Two20 Nov 2014
This is part two of a 51 day war account of the how daily lives during the third war on Gaza unfolded one day to the next for its devastated and grieving citizens. By Laila Barhoum
My War Diary - Gaza My Soul12 Nov 2014
By Laila Barhoum. Part One: This is a 51 day war account of the how daily lives during the third war on Gaza unfolded one day to the next for its devastated and grieving citizens.
IDS Alumni Dinner in GenevaBy Richard Longhurst, Milasoa Chérel-Robson
05 Nov 2014
A group of Geneva-based alumni met together for dinner on September 26th. Twelve alumni met for drinks and nine had dinner together.
An Open Letter from our First Alumni Scholarship Student29 Oct 2014
By Mir Dosteen Hoth
Why are 1 in 4 South Africans hungry?By Stephen Devereux
21 Oct 2014
On Saturday afternoon, 18 October, more than 300 people, mostly farm women from small towns and farms in the affluent and picturesque wine and fruit growing region of the Western Cape, marched through the streets of Cape Town.
Mother’s Little Helper25 Sep 2014
By Akansha Yadav
IDS Alumni have an evening in Kampala16 Sep 2014
By IDS Alumnus
Preferred candidate for new ICAI Chief Commissioner announced - News stories - GOV.UK05 Aug 2014
Alison Evans (ex-IDS) announced as preferred option to succeed Graham Ward.
The blind spot that is child labour03 Jul 2014
By Akansha Yadav. Children working is a common sight in India - young girls carrying water and/or washing utensils, young boys working in the fields or indulging in activities not compatible with their age - such as gambling.
Connecting India’s Villages with Successful Village Migrants19 Jun 2014
By Jenaan Lilani: A rather common question asked amongst Indians on being acquainted with one another is regarding their “native place”; the village, town, or city that the person originally belongs to.