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IDD is pleased to announce a new suite of on-campus programmes for 2018-19. These are designed to develop skills and capacity in international development, post-conflict reconstruction, politics, public sector management and environmental governance in developing and transitional economies. Studying in IDD is truly an international experience and our curriculum is informed by our research and policy advice. Programmes offer flexibility and include either a study tour or individual fieldwork.
Our range of taught on-campus Masters degrees offers highly flexible programmes with a wide choice of specialisms.
Study from anywhere in the world with practitioners in government, civil society and the private sector as well as with people new to development.
Posted 28 November 2017
Director of International Development Fiona Nunan in The Conversation: Social ties between Lake Victoria's fisherfolk are critical for gaining access to credit, employment, maintaining reliable and skilled labour and access to markets.
Posted 27 November 2017
Fiona Nunan has an article in Society and Natural Resources, with an associated piece in The Conversation Africa, examining how social and economic ties secure livelihoods and support fisheries management
Posted 01 November 2017
In this article in the Journal of International Peacekeeping, DLP researcher Suda Perera critically evaluates crowdsourcing's uses and abuses, and warns against an over-reliance on remotely gathered conflict data.
Posted 12 October 2017
Nic Cheeseman, who joined the University of Birmingham in January as Professor of Democracy and International Development, was appointed a trustee of Oxfam GB on 6 October.
A close up look at the social networks of Lake Victoria’s fisherfolk
Sustaining community-based Payments for Ecosystem Services: Lessons from fieldwork on Mikoko Pamoja in Kenya
IDD Hosts Researching Africa Day 2017
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