SIID Celebrates World Social Justice Day

Today, February 20th 2015, is the World Day of Social Justice. The General Assembly of the United Nations has pledged to promote the equitable distribution of income and greater access to resources through equity and equality and opportunity for all. As an institute, SIID promotes a vision of international development as a struggle for social justice […]


Kathryn Green publishes new paper on Participatory Forestry

SIID Research Associate Dr. Kathryn Green has just published a new paper on the politics of ‘participatory forestry’ in Tanzania


Jojo Nem Singh to convene workshop on the role of states in East Asia

Call for papers for upcoming workshop on Developmental States Beyond East Asia


PhD Studentships available as part of new network on climate change

Three fully funded studentships are available for Autumn 2015, researching collective action on climate change


Kathryn Green blogs for The Conversation on Climate Summit

The world’s poorest people are the worst affected by climate change and these groups were certainly represented in New York, but will they be listened to?


Will the UN Climate Summit be a costly affair?

As heads of government, business, and finance gather in New York for the annual United Nations Climate Summit, SIID research backs the economic benefits of global action on climate change.