Daniele Albertazzi introduces an EA Worldview series which focuses on the strategies adopted by populist parties within certain countries either to challenge their governments' responses to the pandemic or support them.
By Professor David Hudson, Director, Developmental Leadership Program, International Development Department.
The Covid-19 crisis is exposing the shape of authoritarianism across the globe, including in some of the world's most longstanding democracies. It is critical for us to rethink how we see now authoritarianism.
In a special seminar, experts from POLSIS/School of Government provided analysis of the state of the race for the Democratic nomination after Super Tuesday.
Comonwealth Distance Learning Scholarships available for the MSc International Development (Conflict, Security and Development) 2020.
Secrets and Spies: UK Intelligence Accountability After Iraq and Snowden is the first detailed analysis of how intelligence professionals view their role and how accountability is understood inside.
Apply now for a ESRC funded PhD in IDD at the University of Birmingham. Deadline 2 March 2020.
The award is in recognition of the School's continuing commitment towards the advancement of gender equality including representation, progression, and success for all.
The Handbook will bring together insights and critical analysis from diverse approaches and experiences, learning from research and practice over the last twenty years.
Professor David Cutts and Dr Tim Haughton in The Washington Post: These four things could determine this week's U.K. election.
IDD 2018-19 Annual Report now available.
Significant funding of over £1.4 million has been awarded to the International Development Department at University of Birmingham for research on migration decision-making and development in West Africa.