Development frontiers in an insecure world: International security and implications for development
International development policy and practice is increasingly being shaped by security concerns and priorities as donors target larger proportions of their aid budgets on fragile and conflict-affected states in a bid to contain the potential spread of instability.
This shift raises a number of questions around how the security and development sectors can work more effectively together to design and deliver effective interventions.
In order to address some of these crucial questions, the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) is convening a high level consultation event which will bring together leaders from across the security and development communities.
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