From Pyramid to ‘Pointed Egg’?: Preliminary Observations on Longterm Rural Livelihoods & Wealth Segmentation in Morogoro, Tanzania
Fourth blog from a series on Dan Brockington’s ESRC/DfID project: Exploring long-term livelihood change in Tanzania.
The Land of Potatoes, Tea and Trees: ‘Roots’ Out of Poverty?
Third blog from a series on Dan Brockington’s ESRC/DfID project: Exploring long-term livelihood change in Tanzania.
An Uncomfortable Cosiness: The Oslo REDD+ Exchange
Rob Hardie looks at structural failures and potential solutions following the 2016 REDD+ Oslo Exchange.
Building Civil Society in Post-Genocide Rwanda
Dan Hammett is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Geography. In April 2016, he was awarded SIID seedcorn funding to support a project exploring nascent civil society in post-genocide Rwanda.
SIID & GDI at Small Charities International Development Debate
As part of Small Charities Week, the SIID/GDI project team presented the latest findings from a research project examining the UK development NGO sector.
Perceptions of food insecurity among Ghanaians living in Greater Manchester
Public Health Nutritionist and doctoral student, Hibbah A. Saeed, discusses factors impacting food insecurity amongst migrant populations in Greater Manchester.