The high level panel discussion on making extractive industries’ wealth work for the poor was taken place at the world bank annual meetings.
FRONTIERS IN DEVELOPMENT 2014: Ending Extreme Poverty has started at USAID, hosted by Dr. Raj Shah.
A recent research argues that the pleasant macro economic environment little help the poor get out of poverty in Nigeria.
Stephen Devereux presented “Food security and social protection: Two sides of the same coin?”
On May 7, Institute of Development Studies staff and students joined the global campaign to #bringbackourgirls in Brighton.
UNRISD held an interesting panel discussion at UNOG Library in April 2014.
What will Africa look like in 2050? To realise the pleasant future, what do we need to do today?
Ashley Kuchanny, IDS alumni ambassador for the UK, reports on the IDS Impact Evaluation Design course.
It has been four years since Dambisa Moyo published a sensational book, “Dead Aid”.
Here are open data websites that I think useful for poverty analysis.