Interdisciplinary Global Development Centre (IGDC) News Pubs & Events – November
The gender impacts of Covid-19 – An analysis of public-private partnerships in developing countries: María Belén Villegas shares her thoughts on our webinar on gender inequality and describes how Covid-19 is impacting gender equality in developing countries.
Development funds in Sub-Saharan Africa are being cut and reallocated—but locals’ needs must come first: Jessica Omukuti and Matt Barlow discuss how NGOs need to draw on local expertise before making cuts and changing programmes
Celebrating Black voices and celebrating Black history: IGDC staff share some reading and art that has had an impact on their research and teaching.
Fuelling the tuberculosis epidemic: The role of tobacco control in ending the TB emergency by Helen Elsey, with Kamran Siddiqi in the Indian Journal of Tuberculosis
The impact of COVID-19 on smoking patterns in Pakistan: findings from a longitudinal survey of smokers in Nicotine & Tobacco Research, by Faraz Siddiqui, with Kamran Siddiqi, Mona Kanaan, Masuma Pervin Mishu and Mariam Ahmad Khokharin
A process for developing a sustainable and scalable approach to community engagement: community dialogue approach for addressing the drivers of antibiotic resistance in Bangladesh in BMC Public Health by Helen Elsey, with Rebecca King and Joseph Hicks.
Reflections on public health system responses during Covid-19 in low-and middle-income countries
Papiya Mazumdar, Achin Chakraborty, Weeam Hammoudeh and Daniel Maceira.
4 November, 1pm – 2.30pm
Migrants and refugees facing Covid-19: UK and global concerns
Sara De Jong, Emily Arnold-Fernandez, Niamh Ni Bhriain, John Grayson, Adriana Marcela Velasquez Morales and Pia Riggirozzi.
11 November, 4pm – 5.30pm