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Gender in child and youth rights

Join the Rejuvenate project for a dialogue on gender and child/youth rights, where we will be asking: How does gender intersect with child/youth rights and participation? What kind of gender equality work is being done by/with children and young people? What are the challenges and...

19 July 2022

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Engaging men and boys on gender issues in India

Global progress on gender equality is under attack. Engaging men and boys on gender issues is a key way we can counter gender backlash. Register to attend Watch online Join Countering Backlash, Men Against Violence and Abuse, and Men end FGM for an interactive discussion about methods,...

14 July 2022

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The impact of evidence in a pandemic in low and middle income countries

The Institute of Development Studies (IDS) and the UKCDR COVID CIRCLE Researcher Community, invite you to join them for a Fireside Chat on 'The Impact of Evidence in a Pandemic: How has Covid-19 shaped the engagement of research with policy and practice in Low- and Middle-Income...

27 June 2022

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Ghana’s E-Levy: two months in, what do we know?

The Ghana E-Levy, implemented on 1 May 2022, is a hot and highly contentious topic in the country. As a research programme, DIGITAX seeks to better understand how the E-Levy came about, how it has been implemented, and what its impacts may be. The aim of this webinar is to begin a well-informed...

24 June 2022

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The Architecture of Displacement – Twinning İzmir and London

This innovative exhibition, running simultaneously in the UK and Turkey, will help to promote understanding of global displacement challenges, and forge new solidarities between exhibition visitors in London and İzmir. This exhibit engages with two of the defining global challenges of our...

From 17 June 2022 until 18 June 2022

Past Event

Inclusive trade

Trade links: New rules for a new world

In this seminar, James Bacchus explained how to bring the World Trade Organization (WTO) into the twenty-first century, exploring the ways it can be utilized to combat future pandemics and climate change and advance sustainable development, all while continuing to foster free trade. Watch...

16 June 2022