DPU-UCL, March news
- On the ‘Reasons to be Cheerful’ podcast, DPU’s Alessio Kolioulis speaks with Geoff Lloyd & Ed Miliband about the history of the night-time economy: everything that happens between 6pm and 6am!
- Coproduced pathways toward service provision equality: the case of simplified sewerage in Mji Mpya, Dar es Salaam
- In this paper, DPU’s Francisco García González aims to explore the relationship between resilience and justice, focusing on how grassroots movements can contribute to more resilient food systems, while simultaneously building pathways towards socio environmental justice.
- A DPU Dialogues in Development online webinar event co-hosted with the UCL’s Critical Childhood Studies Research Group (CCSRG).
- In this audio recording, the DPU’s Dr Emmanuel Osuteye is joined in dialogue by Nuradin Dire (Somali politician, humanitarian and diplomat) to reflect on the impacts of Climate change and conflict-related risks in the Horn of Africa and potential pathways for addressing this challenge.