The Oxford Department of International Development (ODID) is the focus at Oxford for teaching and research on international development: the understanding of change and inequality in developing countries, and the interaction of these countries with the rest of the world.
We are known for a critical and multi-disciplinary approach, translating social science theory into empirical understanding and providing rigorous evidence for change that can benefit ordinary people in a global context.
December 2015 Issue of Oxford Development Studies Now Online
Posted: 2 October, 2015
ODID Alumna Heidi Williams Wins 2015 MacArthur 'Genius Grant'
Posted: 29 September, 2015
Alexander Betts Argues for Humanitarian Visas for Refugees in NYT Article
Posted: 25 September, 2015
Introduction to OPHI
Seminar: 12 October - 13:00
Annual Oxford Global Justice Lecture: State Immunity and Human Rights
Lecture: 12 October - 17:30
Africa after neo-abolition: asylum politicization, expert testimony, and the legacy of anti-trafficking advocacy
Seminar: 13 October - 13:00