IDS in the press
How are the children of Zimbabwe's land reform beneficiaries making a living?07 Apr 2017
SA kids remain 'chronically malnourished'07 Apr 2017
Ghana: Let's Sustain Social Intervention Programmes07 Apr 2017
Keetie Roelen mentioned in press release on National Social Protection Dialogue
Social grants not winning child malnutrition battle in South Africa07 Apr 2017
Stephen Devereux mentioned on Medical Brief website
A student commits suicide every hour in India07 Apr 2017
IndiaSpend.org, a data-driven, non-profit, public interest journalism platform. Devanik Saha is at student at Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex
UN report launched: Human Development for Everyone07 Apr 2017
International Summit Holds Talks on the Future of Work, as Technology Threatens to Make Jobs Obsolete13 Mar 2017
The summit led by IDS will call on businesses and governments globally to urgently look at new ways to create and sustain decent jobs for all.
Sussex ranked first in the world for development studies09 Mar 2017
The QS University Rankings 2017 have ranked the University of Sussex first in the world for development studies.
UK aid and research funding is helping to transform lives in Bangladesh, MPs told27 Feb 2017
The UK’s long standing partnership with Bangladesh’s research and development community has been absolutely critical to the country’s remarkable progress over the last forty years.
South Africa, Malawi and Madagascar lead commitment to combat hunger and undernutrition in Africa26 Jan 2017
With 220 million Africans still estimated to be suffering from chronic hunger and 58 million children under five stunted, new IDS research ranks African countries by their commitment to ending hunger and undernutrition.