We engage with students, researchers, government, policy makers and the public through our talks, seminars, workshops and conferences. Our events are open to students, staff and the general public.
The Global Development Institute Lecture Series brings together scholars involved in cutting edge research on international development.
Are clinicians the forgotten people of digital health inequities?
The University of Manchester's Christabel Pankhurst Institute, supported by ARC-GM, is running a programme of work around digital health inequities. As part of this, we are hosting a seminar series about the topic with speakers from different disciplines who have done exemplary research on understanding, identifying or addressing digital healt..
Development as Transformation: Theory and Practice for a revival of development thinking
Post Second World War, certainly in the 1950s, and 1960s, Development Economics as a topic was prominent in economics. There was much interest in trying to understand why some countries had done better than others, as newly independent countries across the world tried to ‘catch up’. A few influential works stand out: for instance, Walt Ro..
Emerging priorities for future research - Towards more equitable transport and mobilities for low-income communities across the global south.
The 6th and final session in INTALInC's webinar series showcasing outputs and impacts of research activity over the last 6 years P?rofessor Karen Lucas (INTALInC) will chair a panel made up of contributors from across the seminar series to consider the ways in which work showcased by INTALInC partners can inform and develop future research. T..
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