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23 Nov, 2015
New CRISE Working Paper Develops Index of Social Cohesion for 19 African Countries
A new working paper in the CRISE series develops an index of social cohesion based on survey data from 19 African countries, and investigates the relationship between the index and the likelihood of conflict Social cohesion is a key concept in development studies
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20 Nov, 2015
ODID to Host Radio 4's The World Tonight for Panel Discussion on Migration and Social Cohesion
We are looking forward to welcoming Radio 4’s The World Tonight Programme to the department later today for a panel discussion on migration, social cohesion and national identity
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20 Nov, 2015
New Young Lives Research Shows Hitting Children in School Linked with Poorer Test Scores Later On
A new study by Young Lives at ODID shows that corporal punishment is still common in countries where it is outlawed, and for the first time using data from low- and middle-income countries researchers have shown a link between schoolchildren experiencing corporal punishment and later test scores
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17 Nov, 2015
IMI Announces Programme for 10-Year Anniversary Conference
The International Migration Institute (IMI) at ODID has announced the provisional programme for a three-day conference to celebrate its 10-year anniversary, featuring 56 presentations by migration scholars from around the world
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17 Nov, 2015
New ODID Working Paper Compares International Responses to 2003 SARS and 2014 Ebola Epidemics
The latest working paper in the ODID series compares international efforts to contain the 2003 SARS and 2014 Ebola epidemics
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12 Nov, 2015
TMCD Conference Highlights Findings of Project on Innovation in Low-Income Countries
The Technology and Management Centre for Development (TMCD) at ODID held a conference to mark the end of its Diffusion of Innovation in Low-Income Countries (DILIC) project earlier this month
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