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Decolonising development, imagining otherwise

To mark Black History Month 2021 IDS is convening a seminar, along with the British Library for Development Studies (BLDS), that looks to explore the ways in which development can be viewed as a project that supports coloniality, while also aiding the reproduction of Western colonialist and...

20 October 2021

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Food Equity

Agroecology: Science and Movement

Agroecology is both the science that allows us to design agroecosystems that are more sustainable and socially just, largely based on small-scale producers of food, and also represents a global movement to transform to current globalized food system that is dominated by a handful of...

19 October 2021

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Pakistan Hub webinar series

Bureaucracy, state capacity, and development

This talk examines the question of whether and how bureaucratic effectiveness contributes to development, what makes for an effective bureaucracy and what are the building blocks of state capacity. The panel will review contemporary research, especially in economics, and connect this to...

18 October 2021

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Are livestock always bad for the planet? Report launch and panel discussion

The global debate on climate change is focusing attention on reducing emissions from livestock production, particularly ruminants. As a result, advocates of a ‘protein transition’ emphasise the need for a major shift to plant-based diets. Others call for more space devoted to nature...

27 September 2021