17.03.14

What recent episodes of protest and violence in Venezuela tells the region

Guest post by Pía Riggirozzi, Senior Lecturer in Global Politics at the University of Southampton

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13.02.14

Young People and Overseas Aid

Mo Ali, Amy Barnes, Sam Ramsden & Simon Rushton

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16.12.13

What future for a post-Mandela South Africa?

Mandela was commonly revered as a father of the post-apartheid South African nation and his death on 5th December was felt across the world. Dan Hammett asks ‘What might the future hold for a post-Mandela nation?’

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02.12.13

From ‘civil’ to ‘civic’ conflict? Violence & the city in fragile states

Tom Goodfellow, Lecturer in the Development and Urban Studies at the University of Sheffield

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01.11.13

Internationalism is about justice

The International Development agenda needs to be reclaimed as a struggle for global justice, argues SIID Director Jean Grugel

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08.10.13

Why are Bolivian indigenous people statistically disappearing?

SIID Research Associate Lorenza Fontana maps the hypotheses and debates on the 20% ‘decrease’ of the population self-identifying as indigenous in the latest census.

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