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When states disarm societies: consolidating violence in Bangladesh
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Formalisation within the mining sector in Peru
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Ebolarchive: Listening to the unheard voices of the DRC 10th Ebola outbreak
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Experiences of an Ebola vaccine trial in Goma, DRC
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Instrumentalising Identity: Médecins Sans Frontières and Humanitarian Negotiations for Access in t...
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Informing policy on early childhood education in Ethiopia
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'USMCA: Mexico’s integrationist development strategy 25 years on'
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'USMCA: Mexico’s integrationist development strategy 25 years on'
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Gendered violence and urban transformation in India and South Africa
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Christopher Adam
Professor of Development Economics
Aisha Ahmad
Research Student
Rakib Akhtar
Research Student
Jocelyn Alexander
Professor of Commonwealth Studies
Ruben Andersson
Professor of Social Anthropology
Ludovic Arnaud
Research Student
Hailemariam Ayalew Tiruneh
Departmental Lecturer in Development Economics
Masooda Bano
Professor of Development Studies
Jai Bhatia
Departmental Lecturer in Global Governance

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25 Oct, 2021
David Jackman awarded Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship
06 Oct, 2021
Francesca Lessa highly commended in O2RB Excellence in Impact Awards
04 Oct, 2021
The Bodley Head buys rights to literary memoir by Simukai Chigudu
28 Sep, 2021
New book edited by Masooda Bano examines Salafi social and political movements
11 Aug, 2021
New article by Hanno Brankamp explores methodological import of emotions in refugee research
30 Jul, 2021
New article by Joerg Friedrichs explores majority-Muslim hate crimes in England
30 May, 2021
New article co-authored by Loren Landau examines informal migration and Johannesburg’s socio-spatial transformation
30 May, 2021
New article co-authored by Xiaolan Fu examines what determines firms' international collaboration
20 May, 2021
New article from RSC explores international agencies' blindness to refugee cross-border activity

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04 Oct, 2021
'Conversations'. In an interview with Shamel Azmeh for his podcast series, Professor Diego Sánchez-Ancochea discussed COVID-19 and inequality, trends in inequality, and his latest book on the costs of inequality in Latin America
13 Sep, 2021
'In the Master’s Office black people step into the past'. Columnist Jonny Steinberg writes for Business Day about the findings of a recent article by Maxim Bolt
28 Jul, 2021
'Crony globalization: How political cronies captured trade liberalization in Morocco'. Adeel Malik writes for the Brookings Institute
24 Jun, 2021
'The United States Can Afford More Refugees'. Alexander Betts draws on the experience of three African countries to suggest lessons for the US
10 May, 2021
'"Each burning pyre is an unspeakable, screeching horror" – one researcher on the frontline of India’s COVID crisis'. DPhil Vyoma Dhar Sharma writes for the Conversation
10 May, 2021
'He let his beard grow and ignored the warnings. Now the Indians are gasping for oxygen, and a new danger threatens'. Nikita Sud quoted in Denmark's Berlingske (in Danish)
30 Apr, 2021
'Global populism: Big promises, poor pandemic results'. Nikita Sud quoted by Christian Science Monitor
25 Apr, 2021
'World's Biggest Covid Crisis Threatens Modi's Grip on India'. Nikita Sud quoted in Bloomberg article
13 Apr, 2021
'Sex and race discrimination are pervasive features of British immigration law'. Catherine Briddick quoted in inews article about the impact of the UK's Domestic Abuse Bill on migrant women

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