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This blog is written by Dr Md Shajedur Rahman from the OU. He outlines his research and shares his exciting news, having just been awarded a £118,000 ESRC Fellowship.
After gaining his MSc in Development Management with the OU, Craig Walker went on to became a full-time researcher in Development Policy and Practice.
This event focused on gender and social policy postgraduate research from three disciplines across the School of Social Sciences and Global Studies.
Leaders of the AgroEcos project in Brazil describe how the COVID-19 pandemic led them to adjust their research methodology through innovative measures, alongside the agri-food groups.
Nadine Nigibira explores the link between political conflicts in Burundi and the emergence of the Burundian diaspora.
Celestin Mvutsebanka addresses key entanglements between politics and football in Burundi in the latest Idjwi Series blog.
What impact do Burundian norms have on teenagers’ sex education?
Like many cities in the DRC, a walk through Goma’s streets reveals children employing various coping strategies for survival.
Forced child marriages are often a lifeline for struggling low-income families in the DRC, but they have serious consequences for young girls.
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