A journey through the archives: documenting World Cup tensions
With the World Cup kicking off in Brazil today, we take a look through the blog archives at what SIID researchers have had to say about the ongoing tensions surrounding Brazil 2014 and Qatar 2022: “Kicking Off in Brazil” In one of the first blogs for SIID, Dr.Maite Conde and Dr.Tariq Jazeel documented the first […]
Jonathan Glennie writes for the Guardian on ID100
What are the most important questions for global development? In a recent blog for the Guardian Global Development Professionals Network, Jonathan Glennie talks of his involvement in the ID100 project and its place in the Post 2015 agenda.
ID100 Student Workshop
Tuesday 20th May 2-4.30pm Alfred Denny Conference Room, University of Sheffield SIID has joined forces with SIIDshare to host an ID100 workshop for University of Sheffield’s student societies, which will bring together representatives from various development-related societies to formulate questions to submit to the ID100 project. Societies attending include the United Nations Association, Friends of MSF, […]
Q&A with Johan Oldekop on ID100
ID100 is a new collaborative project, facilitated by SIID, to identify the 100 most important questions in international development. Following the launch in February, we caught up with one of the project leaders, Dr Johan Oldekop, to find out more about the exciting project and how you can get involved.
SIID researchers work with WUN in South Africa
In March 2014, SIID researchers Paula Meth and Lorenza Fontana visited the University of Cape Town to establish and cultivate research links, under the Worldwide Universities Network Research (WUN) Mobility Programme.
Johan Oldekop joins IFRI as Marie Curie Research Fellow
Dr. Johan Oldekop has joined the International Forestry Resources and Institutions (IFRI) network at the University of Michigan for a two year fellowship under the Marie Curie International Outgoing Fellowships Programme.