Latest News from GDI – June 2022
- Barnaby Dye has a new open access paper in African Affairs, exploring India’s infrastructure building in Africa.
- FutureDAMS have published two new working papers, focussing on electricity generation in Ghana, and Ghana’s Volta River Authority respectively.
- Rose Pritchard co-authored a paper on livelihoods, vulnerability and coping with Covid-19 in rural Mozambique.
- African Cities Research Consortium (ACRC) published the first Covid Collective working paper: ‘Understanding the politics of Covid-19 in Kampala, Nairobi and Mogadishu: A political settlements approach’. Authored by Badru Bukenya, Tim Kelsall, Jacqueline Klopp, Paul Mukwaya, Tonny Oyana, Eliud Wekesa and Abdhalah Ziraba, the paper analyses the politics of the response to the Covid-19 pandemic in three East African capital cities.
Mini conference – Migration and inequalities in the Global South: Neglected intersections of oppression and privilege (in person at Manchester University)
This conference brings together participants from within The University of Manchester and externally around three intersectional concerns that have thus far been underexplored in the migration literature: disability, sexuality and the gendered experiences of skilled and highly educated migrants in the Global South.
21st June 2022, 9.30am – 4.30pm.
More details and registration: http://blog.gdi.manchester.ac.uk/mini-conference-migration-and-inequalities-in-the-global-south-neglected-intersections-of-oppression-and-privilege/
Development Economics & Public Policy event series
A new series hosted by Development Economics & Public Policy welcomes back previous graduates to speak to current GDI students.
Multiple dates and times throughout June.
To book onto any of the events, please email [email protected]. For more details visit: http://blog.gdi.manchester.ac.uk/development-economics-public-policy-event-series/