18.03.16

Part One: Are we there yet? Has our definition of poverty reached its sell-by date?

In a series of blogs, Mark Waddington, CEO of the NGO, Hope and Homes for Children, challenges some of the widely held views on poverty, childhood & the role of aid in addressing child poverty. In this re-blog, the first in the series, he asks if our definition of poverty reached its sell-by date.

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08.03.16

The politics of toilet building in the Indian Himalayas

SIID Research Affiliate Richard Axelby discusses the challenges to ending open defecation in Himachal Pradesh, part of the National Government’s ‘Clean India’ campaign.

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24.02.16

Property taxes, public services and wealth: Placing property taxation, redistribution and social justice in an ethical context

Tom Goodfellow discusses social justice and the ethics of property taxation in developing countries.

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19.02.16

World Day of Social Justice 2016

As we mark the World Day of Social Justice on the 20th February 2016, members of SIID have been exploring this expansive topic. Join us on our tour via this interactive blog.

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25.01.16

African data can bring fresh insights to management and social entrepreneurship studies

Originally posted on the LSE Business Review, SIID fellow David Littlewood with Diane Holt, Ans Kolk and Miguel Rivera-Santos, argue that ethnic identification shapes managerial practice.

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07.01.16

Combining social photography and the SDGs in Huanchaco, Peru

A collaborative project between the Otra Cosa Network and FairMail, the ‘Nuestra Voz’ exhibition has given a voice to marginalised young people in the global South.

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