News & Events
How does politics foster or reduce inequalities? We welcome proposals for papers for the 2015 DLP conference.
What role does the international system play in producing poverty around the world? In an article in 'New Political Economy', DLP research fellow Niheer Dasandi draws on network analysis to examine this surprisingly neglected question.
DLP Senior Research Fellow Alina Rocha Menocal has co-authored a new Development Progress case study from ODI.
‘If the herd of cows splits up, the tiger can eat them’: civil society and social justice in Myanmar
On 10 July DLP Research Fellow Gillian Fletcher brought together a panel of civil society actors from across Myanmar for the Australian Myanmar Institute conference. They discussed how to use a diversity and values framework to promote equality and social justice.
This Concept Brief asks: How can we usefully define gender and sexuality in work that seeks to address inequality? Where are the intersections between gender and sexuality? What do we gain in our efforts to address inequality if we see gender and sexuality as linked? It makes the case for a focus on the processes and value judgements that underpin all inequalities, rather than on categories of people.
How can political systems promote inclusive development and become more open and representative? This paper examines lessons that emerge from the experiences of Asian countries.
This paper explores the role of public service provision in undermining state legitimacy. It analyses why higher education aggravated a dual crisis of the legitimacy of the Sri Lankan state during the critical juncture of 1956-1974.