The IDS Bulletin – 50 years of development research
Our flagship publication, the IDS Bulletin has reached 50 years’ continuous publication. The journal enjoys a reputation as one of the world’s leading open access development research publications and brings together the latest thinking and research from work shaped by IDS and its partners, in uniqu
Technology fostering greater accountability but also aiding repression and surveillance
As the world faces unprecended global challenges, what priorities should development researchers, practitioners and policy makers be looking at in 2018?
What should the priorities be for UK aid in 2018?
With the world currently facing so many pressing global challenges, we asked researchers and students at IDS to share what they think the Secretary of State’s priorities for development should be in 2018.
What have we learned from the powercube?
Over ten years ago John Gaventa and the Power, Participation and Social Change team at IDS, developed the power cube. We want to hear from people who have used the tool to understand what can we can learn from it.
Leaders meet in Japan to achieve health for all by 2030
The Universal Health Coverage Forum 2017 (12 – 15 December) in Tokyo sees leaders, donors, civil society, health providers and academics, including researchers from IDS, come together to agree the best way forward to achieving the Sustainable Development Goal of health for all by 2030.
MAVC awarded 2017 Market Research Society President’s Medal
IDS research component of Making All Voices Count (MAVC) programme wins Market Research Society's President's Medal
Why new industrial strategy can help UK’s progress on Sustainable Development Goals
The grand challenges set out in the UK government’s new industrial strategy are global in scope and closely align with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) framework. IDS researchers set out how progress on both can be achieved.
What next for Zimbabwe?
Two issues could be central to Zimbabwe's political and economic future - land reforms and the role of China.
Winner of Civil Service Innovation Award inspired by IDS research
The Frontier Technologies Livestreaming team, which is composed of DFID, IMC International and IDS staff members, won the award for their three-year programme designed to help the Department for International Development (DFID) apply frontier technologies to real challenges in development.