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.

22 Apr, 2018
'If the "Sufi saint" supports a particular electoral candidate he's got thousands of votes in his pocket already'. Adeel Malik interviewed on BBC Radio 4's ‘Sunday’ programme about elections in Pakistan and the role of 'pirs', holy men claiming descent from Sufi saints.
20 Apr, 2018
'In India the female body is a territorial and political battleground'. Nikita Sud writes for The Wire on the Kathua rape and murder case
16 Apr, 2018
'Are rape cases being politicised in India?'. Nikita Sud takes part in Al Jazeera panel discussion
10 Apr, 2018
'Votes for Women: the Global Story'. Nikita Sud takes part in The Forum on BBC World Service
09 Apr, 2018
'Diplomacy has been "weaponized" with memes, trolling, online polls'. Corneliu Bjola cited in NBC news article 9 April
23 Mar, 2018
‘‘Cambridge Analytica’: surveillance is the DNA of the Platform Economy’. Ivan Maokha writes for openDemocracy
08 Mar, 2018
'Chinese company files more European patent applications than any other'. Xiaolan Fu comments for China Daily
22 Feb, 2018
'Don’t Make African Nations Borrow Money to Support Refugees'. Alexander Betts writes for Foreign Policy
21 Feb, 2018
'Understand the lives of youth in low-income countries'. Young Lives Director Jo Boyden co-authors comment piece as part of Nature collection on Adolescence
20 Feb, 2018
'A man of the people: Morgan Tsvangirai'. Obituary of Zimbabwe opposition leader by Dan Hodgkinson published on Africa is a Country

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