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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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Tackling Global Inequality: Interdisciplinary Perspectives

At the The LIDC Biennial Conference on 'Interdisciplinary Approaches to Inequality' in April we had an afternoon of parallel sessions on a range of issues including Health and Nutrition, Education, Corruption, Linguistics ...
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Can We Solve Planetary Hunger?: An Anthropology of Dietary Science

"Agricultural output per worker in developing countries doubled between 1991 and 2013, largely due to increases in agricultural efficiency." "The share of people at risk from hunger worldwide is projected ...
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Can Tanzania Reverse the Curse?

  "This is a new opportunity for Tanzania to benefit from natural resources if managed well, or it can turn into another story of losses like it experienced with gold." ...
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"Point of contact"

In 2016 LIDC held a photography competition called 'Lens on Development' . Photovoice, a participatory photography charity, judged the competition and announced the winner as Stephanie VandenBerg. Stephanie has written a blog ...
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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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How Can I Get My First Job in International Development?

On Monday 30th January 2017 we held an  International Development careers and networking event with SOAS University. The event had a peer to peer focus with all speakers having graduated within the past ...
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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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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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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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