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19 Mar, 2015
Amitav Ghosh to Give Olof Palme Lecture on 'The Earth as Literary Critic'
We are very much looking forward to welcoming Booker Prize-shortlisted novelist Amitav Ghosh to Oxford tomorrow, 20 March, for the Olof Palme Lecture

9 Mar, 2015
Nikita Sud Writes about India's National Land Acquisition Law in
ODID Associate Professor Nikita Sud examines the National Land Acquisition Law being debated in the Indian parliament in an article for popular Indian news site scroll

9 Mar, 2015
Kirsten McConnachie Joint Winner of 2015 Socio-Legal Studies Association Early Career Book Prize
Congratulations to Dr Kirsten McConnachie, who has been jointly awarded the Socio-Legal Studies Association Early Career Book Prize for her book Governing Refugees: Justice, Order and Legal Pluralism

4 Mar, 2015
OPHI and Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network Host Side Event at UN
OPHI and the Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network – a group of senior representatives from over 40 governments and international institutions – hosted a special side-event on multidimensional poverty measurement at the 46th session of the UN Statistical Commission on 2 March

25 Feb, 2015
New ODID Working Paper: Olly Owen and Zainab Usman Explore Advantages of Incumbency in Nigerian Elections
A new ODID working paper by Junior Research Fellow Olly Owen and DPhil student Zainab Usman applies research on the advantages conferred by incumbency in elections in consolidating democracies to Nigeria’s Presidential and Governorship polls of March and April 2015

24 Feb, 2015
Call for Papers: Humanitarian Innovation Conference 2015
The Humanitarian Innovation Project at ODID is delighted to announce the 2015 Humanitarian Innovation Conference, in partnership with the World Humanitarian Summit

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