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Events

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Event

Ending Global Poverty: Four Women’s Noble Conspiracy – Book launch

Ending Global Poverty: Four Women's Noble Conspiracy tells the story of Eveline Herfkens from the Netherlands, Hilde F. Johnson from Norway, Clare Short from the United Kingdom, and Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul from Germany who twenty years ago joined forces to promote global policies to end...

5 June 2020

Event Series

Event series

Conflict, Violence and Development Seminar Series

The IDS Conflict, Violence and Development seminar series focuses on mass violent conflicts as well as every day forms of insecurity, looking at their relationship with poverty and development. It provides a forum to discuss the Institute's work in this area, as well as some exciting work on...

Past Events

Past Event

Covid-19 and the informal economy: Responses, relief, and research

As the world grapples with the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, vulnerable workers in the informal sector in the global south have been hit hard. As vendors working in close quarters and or as frontline care-workers in households, many are particularly vulnerable to contracting the...

16 April 2020

Past Event

Between the Lines Podcast

Podcast S02 Ep.07: The Social Dynamics of Pandemics

The global pandemic Covid-19 is impacting people in many and varied ways. The effects on all our lives are immense and diverse, from rural and urban communities, young and old, from different geographic and economic groups, we are each living with different realities of a global crisis. In this...

From 1 April 2020 until 30 April 2020