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.
BLOG: Welcome to the IDS alumni blog31 Oct 2013
By IDS Director Lawrence Haddad
BLOG: A Post-Revolutionary Egyptian Tragedy: Nancy Okail and the Case of NGOs vs. the People of Egypt18 Jun 2013
By Naysan Adlparvar
Free Nancy Okail. Free Egypt's NGOs10 Jun 2013
All Africa republish Lawrence Haddad's Development Horizons blog on the arrest of IDS alumni Nancy Okail, as part of Egypt's crackdown on foreign NGOs in Egypt.
IDS to Hold an Alumni Reunion in Geneva10 Jun 2013
All Africa article highlights the IDS alumni reunion in Geneva on 20 June.
BLOG: Cracking the code behind Egypt’s NGO crackdown05 Jun 2013
By Mariz Tadros
Ideology and friendship24 May 2013
IDS is mentioned in a memoir about life in development
IDS to host Alumni event to mark the launch of a new Scholarship Fund15 May 2013
All Africa story on IDS Alumni Event
To MOOC or not to MOOC? That is the questionBy Lawrence Haddad
14 Mar 2013
MOOC is not yet a verb (surely only a matter of time). Rather it is an acronym for Massive Open Online Courses
Why should you do the MA in Poverty and Development at IDS?By Roger Williamson
23 Nov 2012
Being taught in the multidisciplinary environment of IDS gives you a good grounding and establishes the work habits for a career of acquiring other skills you need “on the job”.
Oil theft and what Nigeria must do11 Oct 2012
Uche Igwe (MA Governance Course) in Punch