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Humanitarian aid or development projects?

Boasting full moon parties, sandy beaches and gleaming temples, Thailand is renowned as a popular and safe holiday destination. The growing tourism industry in...

Decolonising the child: a perspective on the extant colonialism in global early childhood education and reflexivity in research and action

Published by Sabilah Eboo Alwani, & artwork by Ryan Ward Nelson Mandela said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change...

The Politics of Imperialism: How the legacy of colonialism drove the depoliticization of international development

Published by Francesca Farrington and artwork by Ryan Ward International development is haunted by the spectre of colonialism. In the critical scholarship on international development...

Foreign aid: a humanitarian development initiative or a geopolitical tool?

Published: Louise Chatterton, and artwork by Ryan Ward Foreign aid is undoubtedly a divisive topic in international development. If handled effectively, foreign aid has the...

Changing the Way Student Volunteering is Done: Lessons from Dar es Salaam

By Tads Ciecierski-Holmes and George Holmes, artwork by Ryan Ward. Many of us students experienced a stressful week in mid-March as the flood of COVID-19...

Considering Geopolitics in a Post-Oil Economy

Published: Florence Conway and artwork by Ryan Ward Energy – and the power and riches that come with it – is the driving force in...

Effect of female political enfranchisement on development

By Alice Kinsella, artwork by Ryan Ward Many people’s first introduction to ‘development’ was the Millennium Development Goals: in 2000, the UN pledged to reach...

Reconciling Worldviews: Religion and International Development

Published: Katie Veitch and artwork by Ryan Ward It is easy to assume that the world is becoming inevitably less religious, to see religion as...

Students Behind Picket Lines: Fighting for Climate Justice

Artwork by Ryan Ward.Published: Cambridge University International Development. The street is filled, from six year olds with their parents to seventeen year old sixth...

The Wood for the Trees: Seeing the Value in Vulnerable Indigenous Knowledge

By Sam Brown, and artwork by Ryan Ward The Shipibo-Conibo are an indigenous people situated along the Ucayali River in the Amazon rainforest. Coupling a...

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