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.

11 Dec, 2017
'Women are half of society, so focusing on them is critical'. Nikita Sud quoted in Bloomberg article on attempts by Indian leader Narendra Modi to target women voters
04 Dec, 2017
'Can the broken Saudi economic model be reformed?'. Adeel Malik writes for TRT world
23 Nov, 2017
'There is huge amount of skill and talent in the young, particularly in the diaspora in the region'. Christopher Adam interviewed on BBC Radio 4's Today programme about Zimbabwe's economic potential post-Mugabe
22 Nov, 2017
Zimbabwe's public health crisis. Simukai Chigudu interviewed on BBC World
22 Nov, 2017
'Damming or damning the Amazon: Assessing Ecuador / China cooperation'. MPhil Max Nathanson writes for mongabay
05 Nov, 2017
'Digital diplomacy 2.0 pushes the boundary'. Corneliu Bjola writes for Global Times
28 Oct, 2017
'Rising Discontent Among Dalit-OBC-Patidar Combine Poses a Serious Challenge for BJP in Gujarat'. Nikita Sud writes for the Wire
11 Oct, 2017
'India's top court rules sex with an underage wife is rape'. Reuters cites Young Lives report analysing census data on child marriage
09 Oct, 2017
'Refugees good for the economy'. Alexander Betts interviewed on ABC Radio National
07 Sep, 2017
'Surviving without thriving – but all is not lost for the world's "stunted" children'. Young Lives research on stunting featured in the Guardian

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