GDI News – November
David Hulme and Rory Horner contributed to the DSAI’s open access book Covid-19 in the Global South. Download your free copy here.
David Hulme’s book Should Rich Nations Help the Poor, has been translated into Mandarin and was launched in China on 28th October 2020.
Diana Mitlin and Jaideep Gupte released an open access paper “Covid-19: what is not being addressed” in the journal Environment and Urbanization.
Dale Whittington and colleagues authored an open access paper in Nature Communications highlighting the importance of drought planning and conducting a risk analysis on filling in the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam and its potential impact on Egypt.
The latest working paper from the Centre for Digital Development (CDD), The Urban Data Justice Case Study Collection, presents ten cases studies – covering Latin America, Africa and Asia – analysing from a data justice/rights perspective the growing availability and use of data in urban areas in the Global South. It also outlines a futures research agenda on the subject.
Rory Horner has written an open access article “Beyond rebranding from international to global? Lessons from geographies of global health for global development”.
Dr Nikhila Menon is running a talk to discuss her new book Mobility as Capability: Women in the Indian Informal Economy. She will be joined by Prof. Stephanie Barrientos as discussant. If you wish to attend the online event, please email [email protected]
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