New Development Data – the Limits to Monitoring and Need for Counterfactuals
Following on from Dan Brockington’s previous blog
Animals are victims of human conflict, so can conservation help build peace in warzones?
More than 70% of Africa’s national parks have been affected by war in recent decades, and wildlife has suffered as a result.
New Development Data – Excitements and Limitations
There is much excitement, for good reason, about development data.
Why businesses fail to detect modern slavery at work
Businesses have little hope of detecting modern slavery practices unless they adopt a new approach that focuses specifically on their labour supply chains.
Aid scepticism isn’t damaging donations to international charities – but it might in future
This blog post is about the possible future effects of aid scepticism on donations to international charities and was originally written on The Conversation by Nicola Banks.
Zimbabwe after Mugabe: three reasons for hope
This blog post about the recent resignation of Robert Mugabe in Zimbabwe was originally written on ODI by Fortunate Machingura.