Henrice Altink outlines the Caribbean Foodscapes Research Project and its focus on the historical and epidemiological transitions in urban Caribbean foodscapes.
Matt Barlow considers how the new administration is responding to the crisis
Sumit Mazumdar explains how the WHO decides where to spend its funds, and how it allocates money between different global health programmes and regions.
Indrajit Roy discusses the problems of the pandemic lockdown and highlights the disjunctions between mobility and citizenship in India.
There is an urgent need for rights-based health policies to protect the health and well-being of this exceptionally vulnerable group.
The studentships are based in the Leverhulme Centre for Anthropocene Biodiversity and will contribute to the Centre's research aims, which examine how the relationship between humanity and the natural world is changing, and how we might develop and maintain a sustainable Earth.
Professor Henrice Altink has won a British Academy/Global Challenges Research Fund grant to run a writing workshop for early career researchers and final-year PhD students at the University of Ghana.
On Monday 10 February, students and staff were invited to hear from five panelists, of different disciplines and at different career stages, discussing the practicalities of carrying out global development research in a sustainable, carbon-neutral way.
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