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Nutrition leaders receive World Food Prize 2018

09 Jul 2018
Former IDS Director Lawrence Haddad, wins World Food Prize 2018

Child nutrition leaders to share World Food Prize

09 Jul 2018
Former IDS Director Lawrence Haddad, wins World Food Prize 2018

Former IDS Director wins prestigious World Food Prize 2018

09 Jul 2018
Former IDS director Lawrence Haddad wins World Food Prize 2018

African press review 29 June 2018 - Africa - RFI

09 Jul 2018
Luka Biong Deng, the alumni ambassador for South Sudan

The lessons from Zimbabwe’s land reform for its neighbors

09 Jul 2018
Ian Scoones work on subsides in Zimbabwe discussed in this article
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Press Releases

IDS response to Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2018

19 Jun 2018
Response from Professor Melissa Leach to the Development Initiatives Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2018 showing a stagnation in humanitarian spending and a reliance on few government donors.


IDS response to Labour policy paper ‘A World for the Many, Not the Few’,

26 Mar 2018
Statement from IDS Director, Melissa Leach, in response to the new UK Labour Party policy paper.

Research sheds light on question of child marriage always being wrong

19 Mar 2018
Legislating 18 as a minimum age for marriage ignores the reality of why many young girls marry. Ahead of the 62nd Commission for the Status of Women (CSW62) meeting in New York, research from a leading UK university indicates that marriage practices, conditions of poverty and limited prospects need to be addressed by NGOs, governments and international agencies if women’s futures are to improve.