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24 Feb, 2016
ODID Alumni Create New Open Access 'Beyond Trafficking and Slavery' E-Syllabus
Two ODID alumni, Neil Howard and Cameron Thibos, have created the world's first free, open access e-syllabus on forced labour, trafficking and slavery as a resource for activists, academics, trade unions, governments and NGOs at a time when efforts to understand and address these issues are intensifying

17 Feb, 2016
Xiaolan Fu Gives Keynote on Innovation Collaboration at Inaugural Huawei European Academic Salon
ODID’s Professor Xiaolan Fu gave the keynote speech to 50 academics, policymakers and industry leaders from across Europe at the inaugural 'European Academic Salon' organised by global ICT company Huawei at the Royal Academy of Engineering in London this week

9 Feb, 2016
ODID to Host 2016 DSA Conference on 'Politics in Development'
ODID is delighted to be hosting this year's Development Studies Association Conference, which will take place 12-14 September

5 Feb, 2016
New Graduate Scholarships Available for Students from Africa
The University has announced that 12 new scholarships are now available for students from Africa who wish to study either development studies or public policy at postgraduate level at Oxford

3 Feb, 2016
Call for Papers: Young Lives Conference on Adolescence, Youth and Gender
Young Lives at ODID is hosting a conference this September to promote dialogue and critical reflection on the latest evidence, current paradigms, concepts and approaches to adolescence, youth and gender in international development, and to consider the implications for policy and programming

2 Feb, 2016
New York Times Highlights New Proposal for 'Refugee Matching' from Will Jones of RSC and Alexander Teytelboym
A new proposal for a centralised 'matching system' for refugees put forward by Will Jones of the Refugee Studies Centre and Alex Teytelboym of the Institute for New Economic Thinking at Oxford has been highlighted in an article in the New York Times

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