On Monday 27th February 2017 the third debate of the LIDC & The Guardian Development Debate Series will take place discussing the theme of public private partnerships and asking 'How effective are
Join us on Thursday 27th April for the third LIDC Biennal Conference. The theme of this year's conference will be 'Interdisciplinary Approaches to Inequality' and the keynote speakers are Bina Agarwal (
How effective are public private partnerships in international development? On Monday 27th February the third debate of the LIDC & The Guardian Debate Series will discuss!
On Tuesday 31st January 2017 the second debate of the LIDC & The Guardian new Development Debate Series took place asking- are slum free cities achievable? Recording now online!
On Tuesday 31st January the second debate of the LIDC & The Guardian Debate Series will take place. The theme of the debate is urbanisation and will discuss 'Are Slum Free Cities Achievable?'
Speakers for the LIDC-SOAS Careers in International Development Networking Event on January 30th announced
IIED Researcher Anna Walnycki to join the Panel for the LIDC & The Guardian Debate on Slums on Tuesday 31st January 2017.
The conference on evidence based research for policy development in global education, organised by the Development Education Research Centre within UCL-IOE and Global Education Network Europe.
This DSA and Centre for Global Development (CGD) workshop is being co-organised by Birkbeck's Jasmine Gideon, Senior Lecturer in Development Studies.
Join us on Thursday 27th April for the third LIDC Biennal Conference. The theme of the conference will be 'Interdisciplinary Approaches to Inequality'.