BEYOND SCALING UP WORKSHOP

By Julia Day We have a packed room here at the Institute of Development Studies for the first day of the Beyond Scaling Up workshop organised by the STEPS Centre and our affiliate partner Future Health Systems. And very surprisingly, for the UK, summer appears to have arrived on time to welcome our 50 or…

MANIFESTO ROUNDTABLES INTERACTIVE MAP

Here’s an interactive world map showing all the roundtables, with links to video and reports. (Courtesy of Google Maps)

CARACAS TO KATHMANDU: ALL THE MANIFESTO ROUNDTABLES

Picture: Manifesto Roundtables world map (Google maps) We’ve put together a list of all the Roundtables for the Manifesto project, with links to multimedia and reports from each one. Final count: 21 roundtables, across 4 continents, over 11 months. Roundtables have been held in: Kathmandu, Nepal Brighton, UK x5 The Hague, Netherlands Abuja, Nigeria Nairobi,…

MANIFESTO LAUNCH: 15 JUNE, LONDON

“Innovation, Sustainability, Development: A New Manifesto” is being launched on 15 June with an all-day event at the Royal Society. Space at the launch is limited, but you can email us to register for a place. This New Manifesto recommends a new politics of innovation, forty years after the “Sussex Manifesto” helped shape modern thinking…

NEW UK GOVERNMENT, NEW DEVELOPMENT POLICY?

Following the appointment of Andrew Mitchell MP as Secretary of State for International Development, IDS Director Professor Lawrence Haddad shares his views on what the future holds for DFID and what the new Conservative-Liberal Democrat agreement means for international development. Professor Haddad has been closely following the work of Andrew Mitchell MP for the past…