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17 Oct, 2014
IMI Wins Funding from EC FP7, Norface for Two New Projects
The International Migration Institute at ODID has won funding from Norface and the EC FP7 Marie Curie Initial Training Network to undertake two new research projects that will be led by Hein de Haas European Welfare States in Times of Mobility is a Norface-funded project that will be led by NIDI (Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute) Netherlands in partnership with IMI, University of Warsaw and University of Lisbon

16 Oct, 2014
On World Food Day, Andreas Georgiadis Writes Blog on Undernutrition for Guardian
Young Lives Senior Research Officer Andreas Georgiadis has written a blog for the Guardian's Development Professionals Network to mark World Food Day

15 Oct, 2014
Latest Issue of Oxford Development Studies Now Online
The latest issue of Oxford Development Studies, ODS 42

13 Oct, 2014
Xiaolan Fu Writes in Economist on Open Innovation in Asia
Professor Xiaolan Fu has written a chapter in a report by the Economist Intelligence Unit, Under the Radar: Innovation Evolves in Asia titled "What Potential Does Open Innovation Hold for Asia?" The chapter takes on the argument that Asia’s top-down approach to economic planning cannot possibly be capable of innovation, showing how the region’s innovation ecosystems are in fact surprisingly enthusiastic about open, collaborative innovation Xiaolan is director of the Technology and Management Centre for Development (TMCD) at ODID

13 Oct, 2014
Nikita Sud Interviewed on Award of Nobel Peace Prize to Indian, Pakistani Activists
Nikita Sud, Associate Professor of Development Studies at ODID, was interviewed by Bloomberg about the award of the Nobel Peace Prize to Indian child rights activist Kailash Satyarthi and Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai

6 Oct, 2014
Young Lives Produces Key Stage 2 Maths Teaching Resources with Oxfam
Young Lives has produced a set of Maths teaching resources for Key Stage 2 in association with Oxfam based on data from children who are part of the Young Lives study

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