LIDC is currently running series of lectures, debates and seminars.
The 3ie-LIDC seminar series ‘What works in international development’ explores key issues in impact evaluation of development interventions.The seminar is usually held monthly on Wednesday evenings (with some exceptions), between 5.30 and 7 pm and is hosted by one of LIDC’s member colleges in central London (Bloomsbury).
The London International Development Centre (LIDC) has the pleasure to invite students of the Bloomsbury Doctoral Training Centre (DTC) to its series of seminars on key development issues ‘Understanding International Development’. This year the focus of the series will be on research questions and methods, as well as impact and funding. It is also open other students of Bloomsbury Colleges and a limited number students from other institutions.
Organized by the London International Development Centre and The Guardian this debate series launched in October 2016 and explores key issues in development, taking an interdisciplinary approach to discussing global issues.