This launch of the new IDS Bulletin – Pandemic Perspectives: Why Different Voices and Views Matter – features the issue editors and article contributors speaking about the issue. They will discuss how this […]
Pandemic policy responses and the wellbeing of the poor and vulnerable
The Chronic Poverty Advisory Network (CPAN) has been working with its partners to understand poverty dynamics (escaping poverty, impoverishment, chronic poverty) in low and lower middle income countries since 2011, […]
The impact of evidence in a pandemic: How has Covid-19 shaped the engagement of research with policy and practice in Low- and Middle-Income Countries?
The Institute of Development Studies (IDS) and the UKCDR Covid Circle Researcher Community, invite you to join them for a Fireside Chat on ‘The Impact of Evidence in a Pandemic: […]
What we know about People with Disabilities under the COVID-19 Pandemic in South Africa: How can we improve our response in times of crisis?
The recent coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the accompanying countrywide lockdowns in South Africa (SA) have had a tremendous impact on the lives of people with disabilities, in particular women with […]
Disability and Covid-19: 6th International Conference on Disability and Development
The International Centre for Evidence in Disability (ICED) is a research group based at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM). Our mission is to provide evidence to […]
Forgotten Agenda – People with Disabilities, Research Ethics and Processes under the Covid-19 Pandemic: How do we conduct inclusive disability research during times of crisis?
This event is hosted by the Forgotten Agenda project, based at South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC) and will feature a range of research focusing on disability and Covid-19. The […]
Online Covid-19 & poverty: Informing economic and social policy in Malawi
Event on the emerging evidence on the impact of Covid-19 on people living in poverty in Malawi and the policies needed to mitigate them. This is a livestream of an […]
Webinar: Forgotten Agenda: Including young women with disabilities and their SRHR needs under the Covid epidemic in South Africa: What do we know and where are the gaps?
Webinar tackles the challenges of sexual reproductive health and rights of young women with disabilities The South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC) recently hosted the first Forgotten Agenda Webinar which focused […]
Webinar: Expanding Prospects of IT in India and Abroad
Dr. Devanjan Bhattacharya will give a talk to LN-TECHINFO on Expanding Prospects of IT in India and Abroad. Devanjan is a [email protected] Postdoctoral Fellow with the Political Settlements Research Programme, […]
Webinar: Covid, Emergencies and Transitions: The Impact of Emergency Law Responses to Covid-19 in Fragile Settings
Part of the Stockholm Forum on Peace and Development 2021, organised by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). The coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic has reinforced or compounded conflict, human rights […]
Webinar: Channelling Local Realities – Civil Society and Power Structures in Syria, Yemen and Libya
How can civil society best contribute to conflict management in the world’s most fragile and conflict-affected settings, despite (or thanks to) an ongoing pandemic? Whilst already active in Yemen and […]
Webinar: Paradox of Korail slum during COVID-19: Ethnography of Governance
Urban slums are one of the most vulnerable communities during the COVID-19 pandemic; overcrowding and resource constraints make physical distancing and self-quarantine nearly impossible, creating a risk of a rapid […]