25 May 2018 Watch highlights of a recent in conversation event with Pablo Yanguas, author of Why We Lie About Aid and Daniel Honig, author of Navigating by Judgement. 1. Pablo Yanguas on what’s really transformative 2. Daniel Honig on autonomy 3. Pablo Yanguas on calculability
21 May 2018 What limits the impact of foreign aid programmes? If frontline workers had freedom to experiment, could aid effectiveness be improved? What in the aid bureaucracy and political environment constrains flexibility? David Hulme and Nicola Banks lead this exciting discussion w
On 9 February, ODI are holding an event on the politics of growth, featuring our researchers and discussing our recent publication. Deals and Development. Register to attend or watch online here. Contributing chair: Tim Kelsall, @TimKelsall1 – Senior Research Fellow, Overseas De
12 December 2017 Today, the ESID team, including Tom Lavers, Sohela Nazneen and Sam Hickey, are at UNRISD in Geneva, presenting at two seminars: 9.15 – 16.00 – The political drivers of transformative and inclusive development: Examples from social policy and gender-egalita
28 November 2017 This year’s Adrian Leftwich Lecture is by Prof William Ferguson on Collective action for greater equality. Join us on Wednesday 29th November, 5.00 – 6.30 pm, Roscoe Building, Theatre A.
2nd October 2017 Last month, Marion Ouma of the University of South Africa presented her excellent paper to the DSA Conference. Drawing from the nexus of policy transfer and Foucauldian perspective on power, the paper investigates the extent to which power relations determined the upt