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LIDC member colleges: Bringing Black history to the forefront

History is not neutral. Black Brits experience that their history  is often overlooked, forgotten or ignored. The contributions of Britain’s black population often do not attract the attention and credit ...
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How can rural Pakistani communities’ electricity needs be met?

Have you ever been without electricity for a day? For a week? For a month? How did you cope? 840 million people are still without access to electricity, with plenty ...
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Growth Beyond GDP: Why Inclusive Growth Matters

The past few decades have been marked by rapid economic growth across countries globally. Living standards have improved remarkably and poverty has declined. Yet, if you ask the average person ...
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Anyone Can Be A Superhero: Creating a Comic book on Antimicrobial Resistance with Students in India

A superhero comic book which educates students about antimicrobial resistance (AMR)? Researchers Sara Dada and Kiron Jones reflect on their project and the challenges of field research in India.   ...
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Building Human Capital in Latin America

The dynamics of education in Latin America The dynamics of education in Latin America represent a critical link in the intergenerational transfer of poverty. It is no coincidence that two ...
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Terminology and the challenges of categorisation: The Emerging Economies

What defines an Emerging Economy? The use of the term ‘emerging economies’ might lead to various implications: -Economies are considered emerging on account of their recent fast economic growth such ...
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International Day of Peace: The role of teachers in peacebuilding in post-conflict societies

The Centre for Education and International Development (CEID), UCL Institute of Education in collaboration with Centre for International Education (CIE) University of Sussex recently organised a public symposium to discuss ...
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In the Clutches of a Long-Standing Genocide: Pakistan's Hazara Community

In the early Sunday morning of 1996, my tiny excited-self sprang out of bed. Minutes later: “Ready?” My dad glanced to check whether I had layered up adequately in the ...
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The Yellow Movement: Challenging Gender Inequality

“Gender matters everywhere in the world … we should begin to dream about and plan for a different world. A fairer world. A world of happier men and happier women ...
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