What’s in a name? The decline of ‘overseas development / famine relief’ charities in the UK
What do changing patterns in charities’ declared purpose and geography of activity tell us about the health of charities working on international development?
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.
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.
Building constructive engagements between social science and conservation
The Anthropology of Conservation NGOs: rethinking the boundaries
Charity begins at home in the UK, new research finds
New research from SIID & Global Development Institute
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.