ODID, Oxford, February 2024
News and media
A new podcast series from Young Lives unpacks the latest research on how girls and boys develop skills throughout childhood and adolescence; how poverty, gender and global crises shape their experiences; and in what ways policies can empower equitable futures. Listen here.
ODID recently held a roundtable discussion exploring the relationships between sustainability, equality and economic growth in a rich debate that yielded many perspectives on addressing the climate crisis. Read the post.
Fifteen books authored, co-authored and edited by Emeritus Professor Robin Cohen over the course of his more than 50-year career, which made major contributions to the study of migration, are being republished by Routledge as part of its Revivals series. Read more.
Professor Catherine Briddick of the Refugee Studies Centre gave written evidence to the House of Lords International Agreements Committee on the UK-Rwanda Agreement, arguing that “The use of an international treaty does not mean that Rwanda is a safe country.” Read more.
Corneliu Bjola and Ilan Manor (2024) ‘Digital diplomacy in the age of technological acceleration: three impact scenarios of generative artificial intelligence’, Place Branding and Public Diplomacy.
Kath Ford and Sophie von Russdorf (2023) ‘Weathering the storm: Climate shocks threaten children’s skills and learning but social protection can mitigate impact‘, Young Lives Policy Brief No 61
Cleophas Karooma,Neema Murembe, Eria Serwajja, Veronica Nakijoba, Sophie Withaeckx and Gily Coene (2024) ‘Sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) among protracted refugees in Nakivale refugee settlement, Uganda: Addressing gaps in knowledge and responses‘ RSC Working Paper No 40