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Understanding industrial parks
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The Global Governed? Refugees as Providers of Protection and Assistance
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Trade unions and collective bargaining in urban labour markets: the case of West Bengal
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Electoral integrity: sub-national India
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Monitoring Marange: human rights surveillance, the Kimberley Process, and Zimbabwe’s blood diamond...
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Politics of citizenship and settlement in Ahmedabad in the aftermath of the 2002 Gujarat riots in...
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Negotiating time use: an inter-generational mixed methods approach to household decision-making on...
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Architectures of Displacement
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The glocalization of wellbeing and sustainability: a biosocial educational prototype for Peru, Bra...
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Jamelia Harris
Research Student
Barbara Harriss-White
Professor Emeritus of Development Studies
Dan Hodgkinson
Leverhulme Early Career Fellow
Marc Howard
Research Student
Jessie Barton Hronešová
ESRC Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Santiago Izquierdo Tort
Research Student
David Jackman
Departmental Lecturer in Development Studies
Garima Jaju
Research Student
Hayley Jones
Research Student

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10 Mar, 2020
Young Lives awarded £9.4 million to continue research into children and youth
Moctar Kane headshot
20 Feb, 2020
Moctar Kane chosen as one of five new African Union Youth Ambassadors for Peace
18 Feb, 2020
New book by Prof Simukai Chigudu explores the political life of cholera in Zimbabwe
17 Feb, 2020
New book by Masooda Bano explores revival of Islamic rationalism
Four indigenous activists in front of a brick building in Oxford
12 Feb, 2020
Brazilian activists, intellectuals and policy actors visit Oxford to debate attacks on indigenous rights
30 Jan, 2020
New book co-edited by Raufu Mustapha offers fresh insights into Islamic radicalisation in Nigeria
Covers of two books on South African liberation movements
28 Jan, 2020
Two new books co-edited by Jocelyn Alexander examine liberation movements in Southern Africa
17 Jan, 2020
Article co-authored by Xiaolan Fu wins best paper award
11 Dec, 2019
New book by Arndt Emmerich explores Islamic movements in India

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07 Apr, 2020
'South Africa’s army of informal workers face destitution'. DPhil Rocco Zizzamia talks to Financial Times about the pandemic's impact on South Africa's economy and the importance of a package of support to informal workers
06 Apr, 2020
'The impact of COVID-19 pandemic on global value chain and policy choices for China'. Prof Xiaolan Fu wrote for the Financial Times about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on global value chain and policy choices for Chinese companies and government
06 Apr, 2020
'The Murky Underbelly of Sanitation During the Pandemic'. DPhil Aparna Agarwal writes about the plight of Delhi’s already marginalised sanitation workers and rag-pickers, who have no option but to continue working during the coronavirus pandemic.
03 Apr, 2020
'Access to digital learning during COVID-19 closures: compounding educational inequality?'. Rhiannon Moore and Lyida Marshall of Young Lives write on them implications of school closures across the world
03 Apr, 2020
'Access to digital learning during COVID-19 closures: compounding educational inequality?'. Rhiannon Moore and Lyida Marshall of Young Lives write on them implications of school closures across the world
03 Apr, 2020
'Access to digital learning during COVID-19 closures: compounding educational inequality?'. Rhiannon Moore and Lyida Marshall of Young Lives write on them implications of school closures across the world
03 Apr, 2020
'Access to digital learning during COVID-19 closures: compounding educational inequality?'. Rhiannon Moore and Lyida Marshall of Young Lives write on them implications of school closures across the world
01 Apr, 2020
'South Africa can - and should - top up child support grants to avoid a humanitarian crisis'. DPhil Rocco Zizzamia co-authored an article for the Conversation on the implications of the pandemic for precarious families in South Africa
31 Mar, 2020
'"Unprecedented" pandemic and the crisis of mobility in India'. DPhil candidate Vyoma Dhar Sharma writes on the crisis of mobility in India in light of the COVID19 pandemic

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