IDS in the press
Pastoralism’s economic contributions are significant but overlookedFriday 17 May 2013
Irin News article on pastoralism's economic contributions citing Ian Scoones and Future Agricultures Consortium
Pastoralism’s economic contributions in Africa are significant but overlookedFriday 17 May 2013
Irin News article on pastoralism citing Ian Scoones republished on gantdaily.com
Pastoralism's economic contributions are significant but overlookedFriday 17 May 2013
Irin News article on pastoralism's economic contributions citing Ian Scoones re-published on relief web
The Future of Australian Aid--Broader Lessons for All Bilateral Donors?Wednesday 15 May 2013
All Africa reprints Lawrence Haddad's blog post on bilateral aid
IDS to host Alumni event to mark the launch of a new Scholarship FundWednesday 15 May 2013
All Africa story on IDS Alumni Event
Africa: New IDS Analysis and Policy Recommendations On Ending Undernutrition and On Social ProtectionWednesday 15 May 2013
All Africa features article introducing the IDS Policy Briefing series.
New research shows that some of the poorest developing countries are showing the greatest political commitment to tackling hunger and undernutrition11 Apr 13
According to new research published by the Institute of Development Studies (IDS), low income countries like Malawi and Madagascar and lower middle income Guatemala, are leading the charge against hunger and undernutrition, whilst economic powerhouses such as India and Nigeria are failing some of their most vulnerable citizens.
Leading experts argue that, from Congo to Mali, efforts to restore human security should start at the community level23 Jan 13
At a time of increasing foreign intervention in conflict-affected states in Africa, new research from the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) suggests that efforts to restore human security in these countries must start at the community level rather than at the national level.
Refocusing on youth and agriculture for Africa’s ‘lost generation’07 Nov 12
Agriculture policies in many African countries are failing to recognise the true needs and priorities of their young people, say authors of new research published today by the Institute of Development Studies.
New project to bring the poorest and most marginalised into the post-2015 debate11 Oct 12
IDS and the Beyond 2015 Campaign launch a new research programme to help ensure that the most marginalised communities have an opportunity to shape post-2015 policymaking.