IDS in the press
Change of Her Majesty’s Ambassador Ethiopia and Djibouti20 Nov 2015
Former IDS Deputy Director, Susanna Moorehead, has been appointed Her Majesty's Ambassador to the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia and Her Majesty's Non-Resident Ambassador to the Republic of Djibouti
Reducing Zambia’s 'Fish Deficit' through Sustainable Aquaculture19 Nov 2015
IDS report 'The Role of Fish in the First 1,000 Days in Zambia' is cited in article about sustainable aquaculture
Tracking progress and spending on nutrition19 Nov 2015
HANCI is listed as one of the examples of initiatives to monitor enabling political environments for nutrition in article by 'Can we feed the world: One billion hungry'
World Stock Markets & Stock Index Performance - Businessweek19 Nov 2015
Former Deputy Director of IDS, Susanna Moorehead has been appointed Her Majesty's Ambassador to the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia and Her Majesty's Non-Resident Ambassador to the Republic of Djibouti
GM Crops And The Developing World19 Nov 2015
Research findings by Dominic Glover referenced in blog about GM crops in developing countries
GM Crops and the Developing World19 Nov 2015
Research findings by Dominic Glover on whether GM crops benefit poor farmers, is referred to in blog posted on News Ghana
World leaders at COP21 must tackling climate change in a sustainable way26 Nov 2015
As world leaders come together to agree a legally binding treaty at COP21, IDS argues that the commitments made must tackle climate change in a truly sustainable way that prioritises the rights and interests of the most vulnerable and marginalised.
IDS response to new UK aid strategy25 Nov 2015
Professor Melissa Leach responds to the publication of the UK Government’s new aid strategy ‘UK aid: tackling global challenges in the national interest’
Is India at risk of another microfinance crisis?29 Oct 2015
Five years after the tragic events leading to Andhra Pradesh’s microfinance meltdown, a new book argues that, far from empowering the poor, microloans create new forms of social control and extract substantial resources from the poor, producing crises and new forms of dispossession.