ODID Events

Due to COVID-19, no public events are currently taking place at ODID itself. Many of our events will take place online so please check the details below!

We send out a weekly bulletin during term that lists ODID events as well as development studies-related events organised across the University. If you are a member of staff or student at ODID and you are organising an event, please send details to events@qeh.ox.ac.uk and it will be included in the bulletin. If you are not part of the department but your are organising an event you think might be of interest to ODID staff and students, please upload it to Oxford Talks and then send the link to events@qeh.ox.ac.uk. In either case, the information must reach us before 9am on the Friday of the week before the event to be included.

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10 May
A Multi-Country Analysis of Multidimensional Poverty in Contexts of Forced Displacement
Time:
15:00
Speaker:
Dr. Yeshwas Admasu Bogale (The World Bank)
Series:
OPHI Seminar Series
Location:
Department Event
11 May
COVID-19 and longitudinal research: opportunities and challenges
Time:
14:00
Speaker:
Sarah Baird (Gender and Adolescence Global Evidence), Marta Favara (University of Oxford), Talip Kilik (World Bank), Sarah Ssewanyana (Economic Policy Research Centre)
Series:
Learning from longitudinal studies in LMIC countries: pre & post COVID
Location:
Department Event
12 May
Innovation in longitudinal research
Time:
14:00
Speaker:
Yyannu Cruz (Inter-American Development Bank, IDB), Paul Glewwe (University of Minnesota), Claire Zanuso (French Development Agency, AFD), Juan León (GRADE)
Series:
Learning from longitudinal studies in LMIC countries: pre & post COVID
Location:
Department Event
12 May
The Afterlives of Return and the Limits of Refugee Protection | Annual Elizabeth Colson Lecture
Time:
15:00
Speaker:
Professor Heath Cabot (Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of Pittsburgh)
Series:
Refugee Studies Centre Special Seminars & Lectures
Location:
Department Event
13 May
Doing and Adapting Longitudinal Research: What have we learned?
Time:
14:00
Speaker:
Jo Boyden (Young Lives), Rebecca Hardy (UCL, CLOSER), Caroline Moreau (Johns Hopkins University, Global Early Adolescent Study), Virginia Morrow (Young Lives), Sabina Faiz Rashid (Brac University, Gender and Adolescence: Global Evidence), Alan Sánchez (GRADE, Young Lives)
Series:
Learning from longitudinal studies in LMIC countries: pre & post COVID
Location:
Department Event
14 May
Special session: Longitudinal evidence on skills inequality in Peru
Time:
14:00
Speaker:
Jorge Agüero (University of Connecticut), Alan Sánchez (GRADE)
Series:
Learning from longitudinal studies in LMIC countries: pre & post COVID
Location:
Department Event
18 May
Time to Care: The intersection between social norms, unpaid care work and gender-based violence
Time:
10:30
Speaker:
Amitabh Behar (CEO, Oxfam India), Diya Dutta (independent consultant, Oxfam GB & Oxfam US), Amita Pitre (Lead Specialist Gender Justice, Oxfam India)
Series:
ODID Special Lectures & Seminars
Location:
Queen Elizabeth House, Online, 3 Mansfield Road OX1 3TB
Department Event
19 May
With, for, or by refugees? Practical and ethical challenges of participatory research
Time:
13:00
Speaker:
Dr Kate Pincock (Overseas Development Institute)
Series:
Refugee Studies Centre Public Seminar Series
Location:
Department Event
26 May
Critical Localism: Reflections on the Localisation of Humanitarian Action in Theory and (Research) Practice
Time:
17:00
Speaker:
Dr Kristina Roepstorff (IFHV, Bochum university)
Series:
Refugee Studies Centre Public Seminar Series
Location:
Department Event
02 Jun
Digital methodologies in forced migration and refugee research: rethinking voices, representation and power
Time:
17:00
Speaker:
Professor Giorgia Donà (Centre for Migration, Refugees and Belonging, University of East London)
Series:
Refugee Studies Centre Public Seminar Series
Location:
Department Event
09 Jun
Syrian Refugees and Local Assistance in Berlin
Time:
17:00
Speaker:
Yahya Alaous (Founder, Zusammenwachsen NGO; Journalist, Die Suddeutsche Zeitung)
Series:
Refugee Studies Centre Public Seminar Series
Location:
Department Event