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1 Feb, 2016
ESRC Features Young Lives as Case Study on Ethics of Research with Children
The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) has featured a case study on Young Lives and the way that it carries out research with children as part of its guidance on good research conduct
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29 Jan, 2016
New Book: The Human Rights of Migrants and Refugees in European Law by Cathryn Costello
A new book by Associate Professor Cathryn Costello, The Human Rights of Migrants and Refugees in European Law, has just been published by Oxford University Press
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29 Jan, 2016
Alexander Betts Interviewed on CNN's Amanpour on Refugee Crisis
Professor Alexander Betts, Director of the Refugee Studies Centre, appeared on Amanpour, CNN International's flagship global affairs programme, this week, in an interview that spanned issues from child detention in Nauru to refugee economies
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25 Jan, 2016
Thinking Migration: New Report Celebrates 10 Years of the International Migration Institute
The International Migration Institute (IMI) at ODID has published a new report, Thinking Migration, to celebrate its 10th anniversary
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25 Jan, 2016
Valpy FitzGerald Appointed to Independent Commission for Reform of International Corporate Taxation
Valpy FitzGerald, Emeritus Professor of International Development Finance at ODID, has recently been appointed as a member of the Independent Commission for the Reform of International Corporate Taxation The Commission is chaired by Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz, and includes José Antonio Ocampo (former finance minister of Colombia), Eva Joly (France, MEP), and Govinda Rao (India, Finance Commission) among other 'leaders of government, academia and civil society' The Commission is tasked with working for 'an international tax system that works for all people'
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15 Jan, 2016
Young Lives Produce New Teaching Resource with Oxfam Aimed at Secondary School Children
Young Lives at ODID have produced a new teaching resource in association with Oxfam Education for children aged 11 to 16
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