BY RORY O’CONNOR
Rory O’Connor, the winner of the 2018 SAIS Perspectives photo contest, tells the story of his first-place photo, taken while deployed to Afghanistan.
BY ANGELA MAZIMBA
TRANSITIONING TOWARD A MORE RENEWABLE ENERGY MIX CAN BE CHALLENGING IN A DEVELOPING CONTEXT. ANGELA SHARES LESSONS FROM HER INTERNSHIP IN LUSAKA, ZAMBIA.
BY YIFAN POWERS
Brian Levy, author of the newly released The Politics and Governance of Basic Education: A Tale of Two South African Provinces and professor at SAIS, spoke at the IDEV Roundtable series on how to apply a governance-focused lens to educational system development.
BY SAKSHAM KHOSLA
DR. FRANCIS FUKUYAMA DISCUSSED THE RISE OF IDENTITY-BASED POLITICAL MOVEMENTS AT A DEVELOPMENT ROUNDTABLE TALK ABOUT HIS NEW BOOK, IDENTITY: THE DEMAND FOR DIGNITY AND THE POLITICS OF RESENTMENT.
BY KHAMAL CLAYTON
By spending a summer with the South African Reserve Bank, Khamal Clayton saw firsthand how political legacy can affect economic realities.
BY WILL BURCHELL
At a small private investing firm, Will Burchell saw firsthand the impact a hands-on approach can have for social impact investing.
BY MILENA CASABELLA
With Rise Against Hunger, Milena Casabella was able to work directly on food security issues in South Africa’s township areas.
BY SAVANNAH NEWMAN
Savannah Newman shares stories of female entrepreneurs that she worked with during her summer interning with the Mann Deshi Foundation in India.
BY DEBOLEENA RAKSHIT
HOW HAVE REFUGEE AND MIGRATION POLICIES EVOLVED OVER THE PAST 20 YEARS? NOTES FROM THE FIELD AND HISTORICAL BACKGROUND HELP CONTEXTUALIZE THE CURRENT CRISIS THAT CONTINUES TO AFFECT THE LIVES OF 65.6 MILLION PEOPLE.
BY SHREYA DAS, ALICE SHAUS, PHILIP LOPEZ AND AYUSHI TRIVEDI
IDEV STUDENTS TRAVELED TO VIETNAM TO ASSIST THEIR CLIENT, IDE, IN UNDERSTANDING THE MARKET DEMAND FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSEHOLD FILTRATION SYSTEMS IN THE COUNTRY.
BY MAYA GAINER
IN A DEVELOPMENT ROUNDTABLE TALK ABOUT HIS NEW BOOK NAVIGATION BY JUDGMENT, IDEV ASSISTANT PROFESSOR DAN HONIG EXAMINES WHEN AND WHY GIVING LOCAL ACTORS A BIGGER SAY IN HOW DEVELOPMENT AID IS DELIVERED CAN LEAD TO BETTER RESULTS.
BY AMMAR KHALID, HELENA MOLINA, SUSANNAH HORTON, AND PATTEERA MAE CHALADMANAKUL
IDEV STUDENTS TRAVELED TO THE PHILIPPINES TO FIND POSSIBLE MODELS TO BETTER FINANCE YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP.
IDEV PRACTICUM BLOG PART IV: SO THAT ALL MAY SEE: INVESTIGATING QUALITY OF LIFE AMONG EYE CARE PATIENTS IN INDIA