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8th PhD Conference on International Development

The 8th PhD Conference on International Development is a student-led event organised by PhD students from the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) and the School of Global Studies at the University of Sussex (UK). This conference represents a collaboration with a number of institutions in...

From 19 September 2019 until 20 September 2019

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From Politics to Power? Rethinking the Politics of Development

IDS Research Staff are presenting at this major international conference convened by the Effective States and Inclusive Development Research Centre (ESID), at the Global Development Institute, The University of Manchester. This conference will take stock of what work on the politics of...

From 10 September 2019 until 11 September 2019

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–between the lines– podcast series

Podcast Ep 12: Special Anniversary Episode

We're celebrating one year of --between the lines-- with a special episode that brings together clips from all the episodes across the series. This special episode showcases the range of speakers and wealth of ideas from the series, drawing out some of the key elements needed for progressive...

From 4 September 2019 until 1 October 2019

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Participatory and Inclusive Tools to build capacities in Leaving No One Behind

SDGs Learning, Training and Practice Workshops during HLPF 2019 Bringing the voices and experiences of those who have been left behind – through empowerment and participation – goes beyond enabling agency and towards developing a more inclusive and democratic society. Come to listen to and...

11 July 2019

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The Politics of Uncertainty – Practical Challenges for Transformative Action

This international academic symposium, held at the Institute of Development Studies, will explore the theme of uncertainty – the STEPS Centre’s theme for 2019. About the symposium Thinking across diverse domains – from finance, to climate, to migration, to disease, to innovation, to...

From 3 July 2019 until 5 July 2019