LIDC runs a variety of events: academic workshops that aim to explore issues in depth and generate research proposals; conferences, seminars and lectures. Below you can find out more about our upcoming events and other development-related events organised by Bloomsbury Colleges.
Venue: SOAS College Buildings, rooms B111 and L67, Russel Square, London.
In the early 1990s, approximately 100,000 ethnic Nepalis left their homes in southern Bhutan and migrated to UNHCR-administered refugee camps in Nepal. 20 years later, none had been...
LIDC is inviting all its members - staff, students and alumni from Bloomsbury Colleges, as well as non-members interested in international development, to the first LIDC Bi-Annual Conference on 23 May 2013, to celebrate five years of successful interdisciplinary research in international...
Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy, Annual Lecture
Speaker: John Ashton CBE
Venue: Brunei GalleryRoom: Brunei Gellery Lecture Theatre, SOAS
The 2013 Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy (CISD) Annual Lecture will be...
Venue: John Snow Lecture Theatre, LSHTM, Keppel Street WC1E London
Independence is one of the key principles of humanitarian aid – for those providing as well as for those receiving the aid. The third in the series of Bloomsbury Humanitarian Debates will...
Venue: Bennett Room, LG80, LSHTM, Keppel Street.
The aim of the one-day meeting is to bring together researchers to present and discuss current research on the spatial epidemiology of NTDs and how this work is supporting country NTD programmes. The meeting also aims to...