We take a look back at our top five most-read blogs of 2017.
The ‘PhD Gang’ remember their friend, and former GDI student, Purnima Purohit who sadly passed away earlier this year.
Chris Jordan looks at how researchers can most effectively contribute to changing the world for the better.
We chatted from our alumni, Justice Bawole, about how his degree from The University of Manchester led to two promotions when he returned to Ghana.
Rory Horner and David Hulme argue that the macro-scale map of development has shifted from “divergence, big time” to “converging divergence”, which consequently requires a shift from thinking of international development to global development.
Rory Horner examines Oxfam’s annual report of global inequalities which found that the combined wealth of the wealthiest 8 people (all men) on the planet is equivalent to that of the bottom 50% of the global population.
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