Oxfam Sex Scandal: (In)human(e)itarianism and the hypersexualised “adultification” of black girls
The recent revelations of sexual exploitation by representatives of British humanitarian aid organisations in Haiti and South Sudan.
Measuring and Measurement: A new volume of Environment and Society
Exploring different practical, theoretical and conceptual problems associated with measuring and measurement across diverse environmental issues.
Sturgeon: Unlikely Geopolitical Subjects
Hannah Dickinson writes about how geopolitics are enacted around – and through – sturgeon, inspired by the 8th International Symposium on Sturgeon (ISS8).
Can Britain make an ivory ban work? Only if it learns from America’s experience
What should be learned from America’s experience?
LSE/Birkbeck research on donor-NGO: What is it about “broken” that we don’t understand?
New research highlights major issues with the ‘broken’ contract between donor and INGO
How Change Happens – A book review
Dan Brockington, SIID Director, reviews new book by Duncan Green, Oxfam GB, ‘How Change Happens’.