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Research InSightS LIVE 3 recap [Event]Did you ever think about how interwoven COVID-19 and the climate crisis are? Watch our recap of ‘The Unseen Faces of COVID-19’ to gather insights from the new book ‘COVID-19 and International Development’.
Watch our recap >
|Call for papers [Conference]The deadline has been extended to submit your paper for this autumn’s 18th Development Dialogue (DD18) centred on this year’s theme, ‘Doing Development Differently’.
Submit by 2 May >
The possibilities of regenerative agriculture [Dialogue]After graduating in 2006, ISS alumni Jesse Peterson and Jasper van den Munckhof went on to apply their knowledge in agriculture. They recently hosted a talk with MA students to explore possibilities in food and regeneration.
More on the conversation >
|The Ukraine war and global interconnectedness [File]The war in Ukraine has brought Europe’s granary under fire.If the war is not stopped, grain prices will rise. What effects will this have on vulnerable countries? See more like this in our Ukraine file >
Successful PhD defence [Promotion]We are thrilled to announce that Dr Seohee Kwak defended her dissertation that demonstrated a wide-ranging account of public action in Vietnam.
More on this defence >
|25 Apr17:30 Book launch – giving insights into feminist methodologies in theory and practice [Book launch]
|12 May16:00 PhD defence by Rukumbuzi Delphin Ntanyoma [Defence]
|24 May16:00 Prince Claus Chair inaugural lecture by Khayaat Fakier [Lecture]