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Global Development Institute

Global Development Institute Lecture Series

In a fast moving world, the Global Development Institute Lecture Series provides space for leading development thinkers to discuss their latest research and ideas. Lectures are free and open to all.

The Global Development Institute Lecture Series is open to staff, students and the general public, no booking required - just turn up.

We share a video and podcast of each lecture shortly after.

Due to the recently announced UCU strike action, the last two lectures of this term have been postponed. We will update the below once new dates have been confirmed.

5-6.30pm

29 January 

Nick Jepson  In China's Wake: How the commodity boom transformed development strategies in the global south

Theatre B

Roscoe Building

 5-6.30pm

12 February

Jelmer Kamstra

Civil society aid as balancing act - Navigating between managerial and social transformative principles

Theatre B

Roscoe Building

POSTPONED

Lyla Mehta

The politics of climate change, uncertainty and transformation in marginal environments

Theatre B

Roscoe Building

 POSTPONED

Lauchlan Munro

What can we learn when we compare neoliberalism with other things that don’t exist?

Theatre B

Roscoe Building

 

2019-20

2018-19

2017-18

2016-17

Watch the videos or listen to the podcasts for the 2016-17 lecture series below.