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How to Use the Library: A beginner's guide

This session is a beginner's guide to the library resources, services and facilities. This is a recording of a live session on 20 September 2022 for students in School of Social and Political…

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Emissions and Development

Som Narayan explains the interaction and interdependencies between climate change and development.

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Week 7 Lecture 1, Part 1: Leapfrogging out of poverty? The digital economy in international development

Week 7 Lecture 1: Leapfrogging out of poverty? The digital economy in international development

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Week 3 Lecture 2 Part 3: Refugee regimes and refugee economies (im)mobility and opportunity among the forcibly displaced

Week 3 Lecture 2 Part 3: Refugee regimes and refugee economies (im)mobility and opportunity among the forcibly displaced

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Week 3 Lecture 2 Part 2: Refugee regimes and refugee economies (im)mobility and opportunity among the forcibly displaced

Week 3 Lecture 2 Part 2: Refugee regimes and refugee economies (im)mobility and opportunity among the forcibly displaced

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Week3 Lecture 2 Part 1: Refugee regimes and refugee economies (im)mobility and opportunity among the forcibly displaced

Week3 Lecture 2 Part 1: Refugee regimes and refugee economies (im)mobility and opportunity among the forcibly displaced

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Dilip Ratha: The hidden force in global economics: sending money home

In 2013, international migrants sent $413 billion home to families and friends — three times more than the total of global foreign aid (about $135 billion). This money, known as remittances,…

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Week 3 Lecture 1 Part 3: Bounded Mobility_Migration regimes and the transnational search for opportunities

IDAH Week 3 Lecture 1 Part 3: Bounded Mobility_Migration regimes and the transnational search for opportunities

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Week 3 Lecture 1 Part 2: Bounded Mobility_Migration regimes and the transnational search for opportunity

Week 3 Lecture 2 Part 2: Bounded Mobility_Migration regimes and the transnational search for opportunity

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Week 3 Lecture 1 Part1: Bounded Mobility_migration regimes and the transnational search for opportunities

Week 3 Lecture 1 Part1: Bounded Mobility_migration regimes and the transnational search for opportunities

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Dr. Samer Abdelnour: Engineering Humanitarian Technology Interventions for Gender Equality

Dr. Samer Abdelnour from the University of Edinburgh, UK, explains how humanitarian technology interventions can benefit from contextualising gender in their design and testing.

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Making a Splash with Data, Part 3 - Plastic pollution

Part 3 of the Data Education in Schools webinar on how to teach the SDGs on water using data and numeracy Looks at how to teach about the problem of plastics in the ocean, doing a beach clean-up…

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Interview with Richard Dixon about COP26 for RSC

Dr Rachel Howell interviews Dr Richard Dixon, Director of Friends of the Earth Scotland, about the UN climate summit (COP26) in Glasgow in November 2021. They discuss what these COP (Conference of…

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Can the Taliban be trusted with Afghanistan aid? | Inside Story Al Jazeera

The world is facing a stark choice with Afghanistan: accept the Taliban as the country's new leaders, or continue shutting them out. The group's been barred from accessing the Afghan…

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IDAH Week 1 Lecture 2: International development and humanitarianism: part 2

IDAH Week 1 Lecture 2: International development and humanitarianism: part 2

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Dr. Sarah Ssali: Why Gender Sensitive Research is Important: Engineering and Infrastructure Examples

Dr. Sarah Ssali, Dean of the School of Women and Gender Studies at Makerere University, Uganda, explains why it is important to do gender sensitive research.

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