IGDC has been awarded Bronze at the 2020 Awards for Green Impact, a national environmental accreditation programme.
IGDC Postdoctoral Research Associate, Dr Jessica Omukuti, has been awarded a Fellowship to conduct research on scaling climate finance in the run up to COP26 in Glasgow in 2021.
Henrice Altink discusses the complexities of global challenges and describes how problem-based learning can help in the teaching of these global challenges, in increasingly culturally-diverse classrooms.
Jean Grugel shares her overview of the way Covid-19 is exacerbating failures in the protection of migrants’ right to health in Central and South America.
Rodrigo Campos explores and discusses the political, economic, and social dynamics of recent events in Brazilian politics in response to our seminar 'Political Crisis, Populism, and the Challenges of Progressivism in Brazil'.
Reflecting on a recent IGDC paper lead-authored by Sarah Masefield, Alice Megaw, Matt Barlow and Jean Grugel discuss the potential of NGO data for better research in global health, how they can be used to systematically inform research, and also play an important role in improving health and reducing health inequalities.
IGDC reflect upon our working-from-home experiences and discuss how the changes to working-from-home have impacted on how we work and interpersonal interactions.
Henrice Altink discusses the recent Black Lives Matter protests and the uncomfortable truths it has raised in Jamaica.
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