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SOAS co-launches course on evaluating impact of development programmes

Scholars from SOAS, University of London have co-designed a new course, run by London International Development Centre (LIDC), to help international development professionals evaluate the impact of their programmes and projects.

2nd July 2014

Interdisciplinary research requires joint problem framing, argues SOAS scholar at LIDC’s inaugural lecture

Peter Mollinga, Professor of Development Studies at SOAS, University of London inaugurated a new lecture series at LIDC on Interdisciplinarity and International Development last month.

19th February 2014

New LIDC lecture series launches with SOAS scholar

Peter Mollinga, Professor of Development Studies at SOAS, University of London is kick-starting the new lecture series on ‘Interdisciplinarity and International Development’ at the London International Development Centre (LIDC).

18th December 2013

Andrew Dorward CeDEP Professor in Oman for the 78th Nestle Nutrition Institute Workshop
Andrew Dorward, SOAS Professor of Development Economics presented an invited paper on 'How can agricultural interventions contribute in improving nutrition health and achieving the MDGs in least developed countries?' to the 78th Nestle Nutrition Institute Workshop Paediatric Program.

22nd March 2013

Mother and Child After the Millennium Development Goals: Lessons Learned and Future Goal Setting Examined in New Commission Co-Written by SOAS Staff

A new blueprint for international development has been published in The Lancet, a week ahead of the UN’s major summit about the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). SOAS staff Professor Andrew Dorward and Colin Poulton contributed to the report, particularly the sections relating to agriculture, economics and the definition of development.

13th September 2010

£90,000 Awarded to the Bloomsbury Colleges to Share International Development Digital Resources Online

The latest thinking on international development from leading academics will be shared online via podcasts and videos as part of a new initiative. The 15-month project, called the Bloomsbury Media Cloud, is led by The Bloomsbury Colleges - a consortium of six internationally-renowned institutions within the University of London.

22nd March 2010

The "Appalling" Reality of Health in Fragile States

The urgency and political complexity of improving health in fragile states was discussed at LIDC during the launch of a new online resource exploring the topic

26th June 2009