Monday 4th April 2016
DLP researcher Tait Brimacombe and researchers from the University of the South Pacific are exploring how feminists and women's rights activists in Fiji are using digital technologies.
Tuesday 28th July 2015
Suda Perera's new book chapter explains how chaos theory can help us understand identity-formation in protracted refugee situations.
Monday 18th May 2015
Dr Heather Marquette leads a team of DLP researchers who will present their work at the OECD this week. They will share findings with two INCAF Task Teams at discussions of the Peacebuilding and Statebuilding Goals on legitimate politics and on revenues and services.
Friday 15th May 2015
DLP research fellow Dr Niheer Dasandi was among the speakers at the New Directions in International Political Economy conference in Warwick this week. He and DLP's Dr David Hudson will be editing Edward Elgar's forthcoming 'Handbook of the International Political Economy of Development'.
Thursday 12th March 2015
We are delighted to welcome Tait Brimacombe and Gillian Fletcher to the DLP team at La Trobe University in Melbourne. Their research will explore issues including women's involvement in political processes, and strengthening capacity for development through communication.
Thursday 11th September 2014
DLP-commissioned research is being fed into the continuing debate on the post-2015 agenda to establish development priorities beyond the Millennium Development Goals.
Thursday 28th August 2014
Two exciting opportunities have arisen for an accomplished research fellow and senior research fellow to work with DLP at La Trobe University's Institute for Human Security and Social Change. VACANCIES NOW CLOSED.
Tuesday 10th June 2014
DLP consolidates its partnership with La Trobe University, Australia, this week. On 13 June, DLP's directors, Dr Heather Marquette and Dr David Hudson, will meet with members of La Trobe's Institute for Human Security and Social Change to share research findings and plan future collaboration.
Tuesday 8th April 2014
DLP has begun a new phase of work led by the University of Birmingham, with funding in place until 2017. The new research grant marks a first step towards the consolidation of DLP as a global partnership.
Tuesday 31st January 2012
The DLP has completed the first phase of its research program and we are now commencing a second wave of research. New research projects include: continuing research on Higher Education and Development; African Leadership and the 'emerging' African 'success' stories; the politics of social sector reform in the Philippines; an exploration of anti-corruption successes; political analysis for development practitioners; disability coalitions; leaders, coalitions and reform in violence affected communities: local reform coalitions in Medell?n, Columbia; action research exploring AusAID's Coalitions for Change (CfC) programme in the Philippines; Political settlements in Somaliland; leadership and development in very small states; and 'Thinking politically, working politically, what does it mean?'
Friday 29th July 2011
DLP's Director of Research, Adrian Leftwich, presented at one of the panels at the Triennial World Congress of the Society for International Development (SID), in Washington DC between the 29th-31st July 2011. The panel was entitled "Looking Forward: Pathways toward Inclusion through Political Change" and his presentation was on 'Beyond and below Institutions: organizations, politics and leadership'. The theme of this year's congress was "Our Common Challenge: A World Moving toward a Sustainable Future" and the event brought together professionals from diverse sectors and constituencies to debate critical ideas, policies and practices and to shape future development thinking and policy.
Monday 12th April 2010
In April 2010, Mr Alan Morris (Chair of the Steering Committee, DLP), Steve Hogg (Program Director), and Adrian Leftwich (Research Director) visited and gave presentations on the work of the DLP to the DAC (OECD), GTZ (Germany), ADF (France), Transparency International (Berlin), and GAVI (Geneva), and they discussed ways of cooperation and partnership.