University of Sheffield does ‘Question Time’

On November 6th, the Sheffield Institute for International Development, together with the Department of Journalism Studies, hosted a debate panel in the style of BBC’s ‘Question Time’ on the subject of the UK’s responsibility to the rest of the world.


SIID to co-host panel at the DSA Conference

The Development Studies Association (DSA) are hosting their annual conference on 1st November 2014.  This year, the theme for the conference is the post-2015 development agenda. Following SIID’s collaboration with BOND on the ID100 project, we are co-hosting a panel at the conference on “The role of development practitioners in identifying priorities for international development research” […]


Lorenza Fontana to present at conference on challenges for Bolivia

Dr.Lorenza Fontana will be presenting to the Latin American Centre at Oxford University on extractive development and social movements in Bolivia


Registration for ‘Getting Published in International Development’ now open!

This workshop is the first in a series of training workshops for doctoral students, ran by our Graduate School


Resources from ‘Urban Violence in Africa’ now available

The podcast and presentation slides from the joint event with the Africa Research Institute are now available


‘Treating symptoms, not causes’- Simon Rushton writes about the response to the Ebola crisis

Nine months into the Ebola crisis it’s sad we’re taking more notice because of ‘threat’ to the West