In the Media

ODID academics are frequently called on by the media for comment and analysis on topical issues, drawing on their specialist knowledge to bring depth and objectivity to current debates.

01 Aug, 2017
'Empowering refugees in times of crisis'. Alexander Betts interviewed by the Council on Foreign Relations
27 Jul, 2017
'Lessons for the Universalization of Health Care in Emerging Economies'. Indrajit Roy participates in UNRISD-organised webinar
26 Jul, 2017
'The economist who wants to put refugees to work'. Bloomberg Businessweek features RSC Director Alexander Betts.
16 Jul, 2017
'African-American art exhibition "Soul of a Nation" opens in London'. Robtel Neajai Pailey discusses new Tate exhibition on BBC World Service
06 Jul, 2017
'G20 summit: who will take the US’s place as a global leader?'. Tristen Naylor writes for The Conversation
04 Jul, 2017
'Nearly half of the world’s poor are now children – that’s 689m young people'. DPhil Felip Roa-Clavijo writes for The Conversation
27 Jun, 2017
'Indian Princely States'. Nikita Sud takes part in 'The Forum' from the BBC World Service as part of India's 70th anniversary celebrations
09 Jun, 2017
'From Russia with likes: embassy tweets prove a hit for Moscow'. Ilan Manor cited in Financial Times
09 Jun, 2017
Child Marriages Rising in Urban India, Declining in Rural. The Wire highlights study by Young Lives India and India's National Commission for Protection of Child Rights
23 May, 2017
'Legal invisibility was the best thing to happen to me'. Robtel Neajai Pailey writes for Al Jazeera