IDS in the press
Women’s human security rights in the Arab world: on nobody's agendaTuesday 3 Dec 2013
Article in Open Democracy by IDS's Mariz Tadros.
Why does the world ignore violence against Arab women in public spaces?Tuesday 3 Dec 2013
Article in the Guardian by IDS's Mariz Tadros
Business expertise tapped for smarter disaster aidTuesday 3 Dec 2013
Lawrence Haddad is quoted in a Reuters article on business and aid.
'Aids Has a Women's Face', or Does It? Beyond the Gender and HIV Dyad (Page 1 of 2)Tuesday 3 Dec 2013
All Africa republish Beth Mills' PPSC Team blog to mark World Aids Day.
allAfrica.com: Africa: South-South Cooperation in Aid, Trade and FDI? A Closer Look At the Economic Engagement Footprint of Rising Powers in AfricaMonday 2 Dec 2013
AllAfrica republish Musab Younis' blog on South-South aid and trade
Retail revolutions: the rise and rise of butcheries and informal food selling in ZimThursday 28 Nov 2013
The Zimbabwe Chronicle
Professor Melissa Leach to assume leadership of the Institute of Development Studies, UK05 Dec 2013
The Institute of Development Studies (IDS) has announced today that its Board of Trustees have appointed Professor Melissa Leach as the next Director of the Institute replacing Lawrence Haddad.
New report positions unpaid care work as a major human rights issue01 Oct 2013
On Monday 7 October, ActionAid International, Institute of Development Studies, and Oxfam will host the UK launch of the UN Special Rapporteur’s report on unpaid care and women’s human rights.
Making All Voices Count announces first call for proposals23 Sep 2013
Making All Voices Count, a programme aimed at making governments more responsive, announced its First Call of Proposals today.
UK government must ensure momentum builds to create a new and ambitious set of anti-poverty and environmental targets02 Sep 2013
Leading development experts and the UK's international NGO community have joined forces to urge the UK government to continue to provide leadership in helping to build the international political will required to accelerate progress towards meeting the current MDGs, and to establish a new universal post-2015 development framework that links poverty eradication and environmental sustainability.