Institute of Development Studies UK (IDS)
The Institute of Development Studies (IDS) is a leading global institution for development research, teaching and learning, and impact and communications, based at the University of Sussex.
IDS work towards transformations that reduce inequalities, accelerate sustainability and build more inclusive and secure societies.
Since 1966 IDS has been working with partners to tackle complex development challenges and contribute the evidence, analysis, theory and facilitated learning that can help communities, practitioners and decision-makers at all levels work together for practical, positive change. Their partnership with the University of Sussex supports and accredits their teaching and learning programmes, where they aim to produce a new generation of development thought, policy and practice leaders.
The Institute is home to approximately 100 researchers affiliated to thematic research clusters, 70 knowledge professionals, 65 professional staff and about 200 students at any one time.
Latest documents from Institute of Development Studies UK
- DocumentG. Melloni / Institute of Development Studies UK, 2022Document
Comprehensive social protection programming: What is the potential for improving sanitation outcomes?K. Roelen, K. Rodriguez / Institute of Development Studies UK, 2022Document
Accessible sanitation in the workplace – Important considerations for disability-inclusive employment in Nigeria and BangladeshS. Thompson, R. Adekoya, U. Mallick, O. Adaji, A. Rakib, M. Carew / Institute of Development Studies UK, 2022Document
Exploring the intersection of sanitation, hygiene, water, and health in pastoralist communities in Northern TanzaniaL Waldman, V. Barasa / Institute of Development Studies UK, 2022DocumentK. Barnes, C. Anderson, S. de Chassy, A Ahmed, M. Ali, M. M. Aung, E. Chaimite, A. Joshi, D. Khan, M. Loureiro, L. Posse, J. Rowlands, A. Shankland, R. Wazir / Institute of Development Studies UK, 2022