Listen to Victor Galaz, co-lead of the Drivers of Disease political economy of knowledge and policy theme, and Assistant Professor at the Stockholm Resilience Centre, talking about disease scenarios and the launch of   A short video, A Wider Wellbeing, explains what the Drivers of Disease consortium is researching, how…

The Multimedia Manifesto

The multimedia version of Innovation, Sustainability, Development: A New Manifesto, is exactly the same text as the printed  version but helps bring the issues raised to life with video, audio and other materials.

Padmashree Gehl Sampath on knowledge through IP

16 June 2009 – Dr Padmashree Gehl Sampath of the United Nations University gave a seminar entitled ‘Promoting Knowledge Generation through Intellectual property in Late Development’

Joanna Chataway on below the radar innovation

5 March 2009 – Joanna Chataway, Co-Director of the ESRC Innogen Research Centre, Development Policy and Practice, Open University gave a seminar entitled ‘Below the Radar’: A user and market driven account of disruptive (and constructive) innovation for low income users.

John Harris asks what science is for?

25 February 2009 – Professor John Harris, Director of the Institute for Science, Ethics and Innovation (iSEI), The University of Manchester, gave a STEPS Manifesto Seminar on What is Science For?

Arie Rip on knowledge, research and innovation systems

19 February 2009 – Arie Rip, Professor of Philosophy of Science and Technology in the School of Management and Governance of the University of Twente, gave a Manifesto seminar entitled, Putting the K  back in:  Knowledge, Research and Innovation Systems

Andrew Barnett on agricultural research innovation

16  January 2009 – Dr Andrew Barnett, Director, Policy Practice Ltd gave a STEPS Manifesto seminar entitled Innovation – re-labelling research or a shift in paradigm: the current debate in agricultural research for development.

Raphael Kaplinksy on innovation, poverty and inequality

11 July 2008 – Raphael Kaplinksy, Professor of International Development at The Open University gave a STEPS Manifesto seminar on innovation, poverty and inequality.