IIED short seminars for a post-Covid world
IIED researchers have produced a series of presentations based on their work that challenges established thinking on sustainable development. IIED short seminars are delivered by IIED researchers in half the time of a lunchtime lecture, challenging established thinking on sustainable development. This series sees researchers introduce their work by making connections to sectors and ideas that might surprise.
Running at about 20 minutes each, these narrated presentations use case studies and other data to challenge established thinking on sustainable development.
- The cost of camps: the impacts of a temporary fix for a protracted problem
- Climate change, migration and vulnerability to modern slavery
- Flexible, agile, digital working: towards a ‘new normal’
- Poor governance is worse than drought
- Strengthening women’s voices in public and private governance
- Debt for climate and nature swaps