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Digital Transparency: Who can I trust in an age of digital fundraising?

In an age where digital fundraising is the norm, it can be overwhelming knowing where to begin. What can be even more overwhelming is knowing who to trust. With the ...
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IIED Researcher Anna Walnycki to join the Panel for the LIDC & The Guardian Debate on Slums

On Tuesday 31st January 2017 the second debate of the LIDC & The Guardian upcoming Development Debate Series will take place discussing the theme of slums and asking 'are slum free cities achievable?' We ...
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Call for Papers: Evidence Based Research for Policy Development in Global Education

The conference on evidence based research for policy development in global education, organised by the Development Education Research Centre within UCL-IOE and Global Education Network Europe, will be on 10th ...
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Human Trafficking in the Wake of Natural Disaster: Exploring a Clandestine Phenomenon

Human Trafficking in the Wake of Natural Disaster Fears about human trafficking following natural disasters form a regularly-heard refrain, with politicians, aid workers or the media warning that affected populations ...
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Workshop on Research and Practice in Gender and Development: Call for Papers

"Interrogating the Nexus of Alternative Knowledges, Evidence and Impact in GAD Research and Practice"This DSA and Centre for Global Development (CGD) workshop is being co-organised by Birkbeck's Jasmine Gideon, Senior ...
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Save the Date! LIDC Biennial Conference 2017

Save the date! The LIDC Biennial Conference is coming up! Join us on Thursday 27th April for the third LIDC Biennal Conference, to celebrate our work to date and to ...
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LIDC Partner 3ie Seeks an Editorial Assistant

LIDC partner organization 3ie, and the International Development Coordinating Group (IDCG) of the Campbell Collaboration, which is hosted at 3ie’s London Office, is looking for an Editorial Assistant. The assistant ...
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Sex Trafficking from Nigeria to Italy: A Complex and Vicious Cycle

In two years, over 12,000 young girls and women reached Italy from Nigeria. These women were victims of modern day slavery. The history of trafficking between these two countries is ...
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