Jean Grugel draws on child labour debates from Latin America to explore the impact of international standard setting for what 'development' means.
Theo Papaioannou, Dinar Kale, Andrew Watkins and Julius Mugwagwa use South Africa and India as case studies to unpack the potential of industry associations.
Les Levidow investigates the alliances around approaches to natural capital and how these link environment and development issues.
Elizabeth Erling, Lore Gallastegi and Leigh-Anne Perryman (OU) discuss their latest research, including the impact of the TESS-India project.
Visiting Professor Smita Srinivas and IKD Deputy Director Theo Papaioannou are interviewed about their inclusive innovation and development research.
Professor Helen Sharp and Dr Nicole Lotz discuss what the insights gained from their study might mean for design pedagogy for novices in different cultures.
Amongst others, Julius Mugwagwa and Dinar Kale introduce their work on the provision of affordable healthcare in developing countries.
Professor Steve Tombs assesses the claims around responsibility for the Bhopal disaster, and the failure both to provide justice and to apply it.
As Aid donors introduce ever stricter requirements, Henrietta Blackmore focuses on Save the Children's work to consider the impact and possible responses.
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