Latest news from the Global Development Institute
Johan Oldekop co-authored a paper in PNAS, with colleagues Karl Evans and Cecilie Dyngeland at the Grantham Centre for Sustainability at the University of Sheffield, which looked at Social Protection programs and the trade-offs they can have on disparate SDGs. You can read their blog post here.
What will India’s role be in the Covid-19 vaccine race? Read Rory Horner’s latest piece in The Conversation.
Seth Schindler, Nicholas Jepson and Wenxing Cui argue that China is becoming an increasingly appealing alternative to the US-led development paradigm for developing countries, particularly in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Tanja Müller explores the issue of ‘civilian mandates’ within UN peacekeeping Missions, using Darfur as an example in her recently published open access article in International Peacekeeping.
The previous GDI webinar on Global Value Chains is now available to watch, with guest speakers including Raphael Kaplinsky and Dev Nathan, and Stephanie Barrientos and Rory Horner from the GDI.