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Intersecting inequalities and accountable relationships: Why so much hype?

From late 2016 to early 2018, researchers from the IDS Participation, Inclusion and Social Change team worked with five partners in (Egypt, Ghana, India, South Africa and Uganda) carrying out participatory research to understand how intersecting inequalities are shaping the daily lives of...

12 December 2018

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University of Sussex Masters and PhD Open Evenings

The University of Sussex Master and PhD Open Evening takes place on Wednesday 21 November and provides an excellent opportunity to meet academics and current students and find out more about our Masters courses and research opportunities. Book your place online Wednesday 21 November...

21 November 2018

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Sussex Development Lectures

Leave no-one behind: Building sustainable inclusion

This lecture is part of the Sussex Development Lecture series: Achieving the SDGs: Synergies and Tensions. Since 2012 researchers from the Participation, Inclusion and Social Change team at IDS, have been working with members of the Participate network to bring perspectives and knowledge...

15 November 2018

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Picturing change: Oil development in rural northern Kenya

This photographic exhibition tells the story of changing lives and livelihoods in Lokichar, a small town in Turkana County, and surrounding villages that are at the centre of northern Kenya’s oil frontier. This exhibition will be opened by the Labour MP for Kemptown and member of the...

9 November 2018

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–between the lines– podcast series

Podcast Ep. 02: Food Riots Food Rights and the Politics of Provisions – Naomi Hossain & Patta Scott-Villiers

Thousands of people in dozens of countries took to the streets when world food prices spiked in 2008 and 2011. What does the persistence of popular mobilization around food tell us about the politics of subsistence in an era of integrated food markets and universal human rights? In this episode...

From 7 November 2018 until 4 December 2018