Blog: What’s Wrong with Wealth?22 January 2018Don’t be fooled. What has become increasingly clear over the years, is that there’s no way we’re going to end poverty unless we tackle extreme wealth too.
Blog: #TimesUp: No more silence. No more waiting. No more abuse.19 January 2018Last year women around the world spoke out and shared their stories of violence. How can we ensure that the next generation of women and girls will never[…]
Our flagship publication, the IDS Bulletin has reached 50 years’ continuous publication. The journal enjoys a reputation as one of the world’s leading open access development research publications and brings together the latest thinking and research from work shaped by[…]
As the world faces unprecended global challenges, what priorities should development researchers, practitioners and policy makers be looking at in 2018?
With the world currently facing so many pressing global challenges, we asked researchers and students at IDS to share what they think the Secretary of State’s priorities for development should be in 2018.
Blog: Latin America remains the most unequal region in the world18 December 2017Although income inequality has fallen in recent years, Latin America remains the most unequal region in the world. Our team of experts there reviews how to tackle such[…]
Over ten years ago John Gaventa and the Power, Participation and Social Change team at IDS, developed the power cube. We want to hear from people who have used the tool to understand what can we can learn from it.
Blog: We must not fail the Rohingya people again18 December 2017It took the tug of a shirt.
The Universal Health Coverage Forum 2017 (12 – 15 December) in Tokyo sees leaders, donors, civil society, health providers and academics, including researchers from IDS, come together to agree the best way forward to achieving the Sustainable Development Goal of[…]
Blog: Why addressing power is key to ending violence against women8 December 2017The current wave of interest in sexual harassment at work highlights just one consequence of gender inequality, but if things are really going to change, we need to[…]
IDS research component of Making All Voices Count (MAVC) programme wins Market Research Society's President's Medal
Blog: "We just want a life" - Protecting the rights of refugees in Greece1 December 2017Meryem* is 13, legally a child, but she has exp
Blog: What role do you play in normalizing violence against women?30 November 2017Society has a long list of absurd reasons and excuses for the rape of womxn and gender-non-binary people. Silence is complicity. Here are some tips on how, instead,[…]
The grand challenges set out in the UK government’s new industrial strategy are global in scope and closely align with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) framework. IDS researchers set out how progress on both can be achieved.
In this rapidly changing world, development professionals now face a context in which political authority is fragmented, private (non-state) actors[…]
The Humanitarian Learning Centre (HLC) is a joint initiative of the Institute of Development Studies, the International Rescue Committee and[…]
Action for Empowerment and Accountability is an international research programme which explores how social and political action can contribute to[…]
With expertise in citizenship and participation, politics and economics, financial inclusion, employment and agriculture, IDS uses an interdisciplinary, critical development[…]
Healthcare inequality in Vietnam: the price of a kidneyOanh is a 27-year-old kidney dialysis patient who lives in Hanoi with[…]
Research on how IDS is engaging with Habitat III and The New Urban, Agenda together with key resources on urbanisation.
Teddy, Quechua leader from Peru: “We need formal land titles to protect our territory”For 40 years, the Quechua communities in[…]
IDS's rich history and current research projects on humanitarian relief and development.
Around 15 per cent the world’s population have some form of disability, at least 80 per cent of whom are[…]
Reward work, not wealth22 January 2018Dangerous, poorly paid work for the many is supporting extreme wealth for the few. Women[…]
Innovation, accompanied by structural change, is at the heart of economic growth and development. Yet there is limited evidence to[…]
The semi-arid district of Kachchh in Gujarat, India is known for its erratic rainfall, water scarcity, and droughts. Climate change[…]
The future of Central African Republic is still at risk8 January 2018More than half of Central African Republic’s population is[…]
The article shows that as a complex socio-political challenge, water quality decline is centrally shaped by the intensifying linkages between[…]
Missiles and Food: Yemen’s man-made food security crisis20 December 2017The current high levels of food insecurity in Yemen and the[…]
‘I still don’t feel safe to go home’: voices of Rohingya refugees18 December 2017Since 25 August, more than 626,000 Rohingya[…]
Transitioning to a government-run refugee and migrant response in Greece13 December 2017Two years on from the peak of the “refugee[…]
This paper examines the drivers of inequality and social exclusion, especially discrimination, with a focus on how they intersect at[…]
In today’s world, drug resistant infections travel and spread as quickly as planes do. Therefore it is in the UK’s[…]
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