The British crisis and the ‘end of neoliberalism’: Lessons from Latin America

There are many useful lessons to be learnt from the Latin American debate about ‘post-neoliberal’ political economy, argue Jean Grugel & Pia Riggirozzi

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The adaptation language: implications for working at the boundaries of research, policy and practice

Guest post by Jami Dixon as part of the Interdisciplinary Exchanges Series

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Student Insights: The boredom and joys of fieldwork in Ghana

Emmanuel Adu-Ampong offers insight into the fieldwork experience as a doctoral student, based on his recent trip to Ghana.

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Claiming democracy in Hong Kong : Youth in Revolt

Jean Grugel, SIID Director and Professor of International Development at the University of Sheffield

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Equality is not Enough

Emily Wilson-Smith argues for equity over equality when it comes to women’s rights, health and wellbeing

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World Conference on Indigenous Peoples: Q&A with delegate Lorena Terrazas

Lorena Terrazas, a young Bolivian activist of Quechua origins, shares her experience as a conference delegate in an interview with SIID researcher Lorenza Fontana.

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