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Public Media Alliance turns 70

The Public Media Alliance (PMA), is the largest global organisation of public service broadcasters and it turns 70 this week. Its members include the BBC, ABC Australia, CBC-Radio Canada and...

International Development invited to deliver introductory course in Tokyo

Students in Japan have the opportunity to develop a thorough understanding of contemporary issues in international development as part of a 5 day introductory course. The School of...

UN Mali Mission comment by Yvan Guichaoua

Dr Yvan Guichaoua was interviewed by Reuters on the UN Mission to Mali. Full details can be found here: http://uk.reuters.com/article/2015/02/04/uk-mali-un-idUKKBN0L81HN20150204

Book review published by DEV Postgraduate Researcher Ines Ferreira

DEV Postgraduate Researcher Ines Ferreira had a book review published in the European Journal of Development Research. The review of the book "Evaluation Methodologies for Aid...

Pouring good water after bad: China’s water stress set to worsen with transfer initiatives

New research paints a grim picture for the future of China's water supply, as its booming economy continues to heap pressure on its natural resources, according to scientists at the University of...

DEV associate recognised with OBE in New Year's Honours List

Former DEV student Alan Whiteside has been awarded an OBE in the New Year's honours list. The School were thrilled to hear that Alan Whiteside has been recognised with an Order of the British...

Dr Pieter Serneels makes contribution to the World Development Report 2015

DEV’s Pieter Serneels contributed to the World Development Report 2015: Mind, Society and Behavior.   Dr Pieter Serneels was key author of a background paper which was drawn upon for...

DEV awarded for world leading research

The School of International Development has come 4th out of 25 Development Studies and Anthropology Departments in the UK for its research quality, according to a major Government analysis released...

WorldView and WaterAid Film Competition

Public Media Alliance's WorldView, situated here in DEV, have teamed up with WaterAid to launch a global short film competition called sH20rts. As a friend of WorldView we thought that...

UEA Social Sciences PhD Studentships

The Social Sciences Graduate School will be awarding up to 15 University funded PhD studentships available to students for 2015/6 entry.  Studentships are available across all SSF...

International Gender Conference in DEV

DEV organisers are seeking contributions to panels at the International Conference on Gender Relations and Rising Inequalities. The increasing evidence for rising inequalities across...

An Urban Politics of Climate Change: Dr Gareth Edwards' book published

DEV’s Gareth Edwards has had a book published by Routledge. The book— An Urban Politics of Climate Change —is co-written with Harriet Bulkeley (Durham University) and Vanesa Castán Broto...

Article published on World Development

An article authored by Bereket Kebede (DEV) and Daniel John Zizzo (Newcastle University) has just been published online on World Development.  The article is open access and so can...

Rethinking impact evaluation for development

The UEA School of International Development has made a large contribution to the newly released Institute of Development Studies (IDS) Bulletin, outlining how researchers should rethink...

Environmental struggles in North and South: Plurality and politics of justice - Call for papers

UEA’s Global Environmental Justice Group and Lancaster Environment Centre will jointly organize a conference on the plurality and politics of environmental justice on 26-27 June 2015 in Norwich, UK

Systematic review co-authored by Dr Maren Duvendack is published

DEV's Maren Duvendack co-authored a systematic review that has just been published as a Campbell Systematic Review The effect of microcredit on women’s control over household spending in...

An Introduction to Key Issues in Development Studies

This intensive five-day introductory international development course taught at SIUK Education Council in Tokyo will cover the key issues which are affecting and will affect our lives in the...

Seb Taylor features on the BBC World Service's West Africa Ebola update

DEV's DR Sebastian Taylor spoke during the BBC World Service's West Africa Ebola update programme, talking about the extent to which the unprecedented scale of the current ebolavirus...

Postgraduate Open Day at the UEA School of International Development

Study for your Master’s degree at the University of East Anglia. UEA are holding a Postgraduate Open Day on Friday 14 November to showcase the range of courses offered by our Faculty of...

Ebola: Behind the headines - Roundtable discussion

Ebola: behind the headlines Medical, social and policy issues Roundtable discussion with presentations from practitioners and academics Thursday 9 th October 17:00 – 19:00 ...