12.06.19

Are Female Teachers Better for Girls’ Education?

Written by Alexis Le Nestour and David Evans, originally published via the Centre for Global Development. Girls’ success in school is critical to their personal futures and is an international development imperative. But what’s the best way to achieve that? In different times and in different places, people have tested many different types of interventions. […]

05.06.19

It’s time to break out your ‘Save the Rainforest’ T-Shirt – and reflect on your consumption and voting habits while you’re at it

Escalating environmental and social destruction in Brazil needs to be stopped urgently to protect vital biomes and their inhabitants in order to halt further deforestation, extinction and global warming. Why should we care and what can we do?

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29.05.19

100 years of Save the Children UK: what have we learned?

Mike Aaronson reflects on a recent conference examining the interplay between politics, humanitarianism, and children’s rights through the lens of the 100 year history of Save the Children UK (SCUK).

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01.05.19

Exploring the UK’s NGO sector

Find out about the launch of NGO Explorer tool,

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24.04.19

Data Science Africa

This article reports a conversation that took place between SIID Fellow Dr Mike Smith, and Tẹjúmádé Àfọ̀njá. Data Science Africa is a workshop and summer school that takes place each year in both East and West Africa. It began as a Gaussian Process summer school organised by the team in the AI Lab at Makerere, Uganda […]

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17.04.19

Plan S and the Global South – What do countries in the Global South stand to gain from signing up to Europe’s open access strategy?

Plan S raises challenging questions for the Global South.

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