Posts tagged as: inclusion


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    Matter of Pride: Engendering LGBTQ+ inclusivity in thought and research

    This post has been updated recently on 1 June 2022. As countries around the world celebrate Pride in June and reflect on the challenges faced by LGBTQ+ communities, this blog presents ways in which research can be more inclusive and arguments as to why it’s important. Since 1970, the month of June has been dedicated to celebrating and commemorating members of the LGBTQ+...

    23 Jun 2021 | Julia Liborio, Nikita Sharma


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    Urbanisation in fragile societies: Thinking about Kabul

    As part of the Blavatnik School of Government’s “Challenges of Government” Conference, the International Growth Centre’s Cities that Work team put together a panel on identity and legitimacy in Kabul. The discussion highlighted the importance of building legitimacy in fragile contexts, particularly given the emergence of fragmented identities and new networks of...

    13 Feb 2020 | Oliver Harman, Shoaib Rahim, Shahrukh Wani