At the crossroads: making Nairobi safer and more efficient
This public event discusses the road safety challenges and opportunities in Nairobi, based on new ODI research.
Changing gender norms to empower rural women and girls
Discussing opportunities for policy and practice to change gender norms and empower rural women and girls.
How 'smart' trade policy can help Africa industrialise
Much of Africa is struggling to develop a strong industrial sector. Developing 'smart' trade policy is crucial to help the continent realise its potential.
Creating hope in conflict: a Humanitarian Grand Challenge
Amb. Mark Green, USAID, and Penny Mordaunt, UK Secretary of State for International Development, join ODI in conversation.
Conference report: innovations and challenges in protecting children in armed conflict
At a roundtable in November 2017, practitioners discussed new approaches to psychosocial support and education for children affected by armed conflict.
More aid. More advisors. Better tax systems?
This event discusses what it takes to create better tax systems in developing countries.
Policy, change and paradox in Indonesia: implications for the use of knowledge
This paper explores the specific factors and actors that shape policy processes in Indonesia.
Experimentalism in international support to rule of law and justice
This report reflects discussions at a recent workshop exploring what ‘effective experimentalism’ looks like, and how to work in this way.
The paradox of aid: lessons from Afghanistan
This event explores whether aid supports or hinders state-building, using Afghanistan as a case study.
The politics of growth: transformative ideas in economics
Why do some countries enjoy steady and sustained growth, others, periods of boom and bust, while others hardly experience growth at all?