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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 ...

DEV PhD graduate has two articles published

Having been awarded a PhD from the School of International Development in July 2014, Aidy Halimanjaya has now seen two of her articles published. Aidy had a peer-reviewed...

Peter Lloyd-Sherlock presents at the University of Tsukuba, Japan

DEV's Peter Lloyd-Sherlock presented at the International Symposium of Challenges and Opportunities for Global Ageing Across Borders, which took place on Saturday 27th September at the University...

Special 40th anniversary issue of JPS features article by Catherine Locke

DEV's Catherine Locke has had an article published in the 40th anniversary special of the Journal of Peasant Studies. The article was produced by Catherine and ex-postgraduate research...

Maren Duvendack presents paper at the Meta-Analysis Colloquium in Greece

DEV's Maren Duvendack presented a paper at the Meta-Analysis Colloquium in Greece last week. The systematic review was funded by DFID and co-authored with Edward Anderson, Lucio Esposito and...

Student book review published in the Journal of International Development

DEV Postgraduate Researcher Ines Ferreira had a book review published in the Journal of International Development. The review of the book, "The Role of Elites in Economic...

Bereket Kebede presents paper at the Economic Science Association (ESA) European Meeting

DEV's Bereket Kebede presented a paper at the Economic Science Association (ESA) European Meeting held between the 3rd and 6th September 2014 in Prague, Czech Republic

Four postgraduate students have articles published on research methods

Postgraduate research students Rodd Myers, Mark Tebboth, Carole White and Will Monteith have had articles about research methods published in SAGE Research Cases. Rodd Myers shows...

Book review by DEV Postgraduate Researcher published

A DEV Postgraduate Researcher's book review has been published online in the Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences

Husband and wife celebrate PhD success in DEV

Married couple Juliet and Tony Colman both received their PhD from DEV at the same time - an unusual scenario, but one they believe helped with their achievements.

The role of celebrities in mediating distant suffering: Research by Dr Martin Scott covered in the Independent

Dr Martin Scott's research into the effect of celebrities in cultivating a cosmopolitan engagement with distant suffering was covered in an article by The Independent.

Dr Vasudha Chhotray convenes research panel in Zurich

Vasudha Chhotray convened a panel on "Certifications of citizenship- the history, politics and materiality of identity documents" at the biennial conference of the European Association for South...