IDS Annual Review

IDS Annual Review 2022

Published on 20 September 2022

It has been a year marked by conflict, climate change, and Covid-19 – intersecting crises that intensify and entrench longer-term vulnerabilities.

In Kuttanad in Kerala, India, a man is standing on a boat holding a green hose and is filling drinking water into water tanks to transport them by boat to different locations in the region. He is wearing a red shirt and shorts and there is a river behind him. A bride croses the river on the left of the photo.
Photo: Demathlal PM

As we highlight in the IDS 2021–22 Annual Review, these uncertain times demand that development research be done differently, with new approaches to learning and knowledge exchange that engage policy actors and diverse communities. Our work in the past year has centred on navigating uncertainties and crises, and despite the ongoing effects of Covid-19 and the challenge of major cuts to UK Government aid funding, IDS has made exciting progress.

Read the 2021–22 Annual Review to find out more.

Cite this publication

Institute of Development Studies (2022) IDS Annual Review 2021–22, Brighton: Institute of Development Studies, DOI: 10.19088/IDS.2022.054

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