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This is a conversation podcast by Duncan Green, strategic adviser for Oxfam GB, author of ‘How Change Happens’ and Professor in Practice at the London School of Economics. This personal reflection is not intended as a comprehensive statement of the agreed policies of either Oxfam or the LSE. https://oxfamblogs.org/fp2p/

Latest Episodes

audio summary (13m) of FP2P posts on aid and development, w/b 11th November

I summarize this week's 5 posts on the From Poverty to Power blog: feminist research and climate change; how counter-terrorism laws are undermining humanitarian response; the politics of the digital revolution in poor countries and a podcast with inequality guru Branko Milanovic + a review of his latest book. Enjoy

13 MIN3 d ago
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audio summary (13m) of FP2P posts on aid and development, w/b 11th November

Inequality and the future of Capitalism: in Conversation with Branko Milanovic

Branko Milanovic describes his life's work highlighting the issue of global inequality and his latest book 'Capitalism, Alone'.

25 MIN5 d ago
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Inequality and the future of Capitalism: in Conversation with Branko Milanovic

How to talk about Corruption or defend Civic Space: Audio summary (11m) of recent FP2P posts

I talk you through the last two weeks of posts on From Poverty to Power, including how to talk about corruption; giving away my blogging secrets; paying the research piper; Obama v call-out culture; and what do grassroots movements need from their international allies. All in 11 minutes. What's stopping you?

11 MIN1 w ago
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How to talk about Corruption or defend Civic Space: Audio summary (11m) of recent FP2P posts

audio summary of FP2P posts w/b 21st October

I talk you through this week's FP2P posts, including Links I Liked, a (very critical) discussion on 'experts' on the importance of Open Access, especially for books

7 MIN3 w ago
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audio summary of FP2P posts w/b 21st October

Randomistas, Bad Presentations: Audio Summary (10m) of FP2P posts, w/b 14th October

A round up of posts on the From Poverty to Power blog on aid and development. This week we covered how to improve awful academic presentations at conferences; critiques of randomized controlled trials; public v private education in poor countries, and home grown economies in Africa. Enjoy.

9 MINOCT 19
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Randomistas, Bad Presentations: Audio Summary (10m) of FP2P posts, w/b 14th October

Rise of low fee private schools in poor countries

Education specialist Prachi Srivastava on the rise of low fee private schools in developing countries

21 MINOCT 16
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Rise of low fee private schools in poor countries

Summary of the last 3 weeks' aid and development posts on From Poverty to Power

Talking you through recent posts on aid, development and other stuff on the From Poverty to Power blog, including Southern views and voices on the climate crisis, how to build effective states and podcasts with prominent women's leaders from Kenya and India

14 MINOCT 12
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Summary of the last 3 weeks' aid and development posts on From Poverty to Power

Ingrid Srinath: What’s going on with civil society and philanthropy in India?

Interview with Ingrid Srinath of the Centre for Social Impact and Philanthropy in Delhi, a globally respected expert on civil society.

22 MINOCT 9
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Ingrid Srinath: What’s going on with civil society and philanthropy in India?

Njoki Njehu: Inequality and African Feminism

Njoki Njehu is a feminist activist and Pan African coordinator of the global Fight Inequality Alliance

23 MINOCT 4
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Njoki Njehu: Inequality and African Feminism

Sam Hickey: research findings on effective states and inclusive development

Sam Hickey, who managed an 8 year long research programme on Effective States and Inclusive Development, summarizes its headline findings

24 MINSEP 24
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Sam Hickey: research findings on effective states and inclusive development

Latest Episodes

audio summary (13m) of FP2P posts on aid and development, w/b 11th November

I summarize this week's 5 posts on the From Poverty to Power blog: feminist research and climate change; how counter-terrorism laws are undermining humanitarian response; the politics of the digital revolution in poor countries and a podcast with inequality guru Branko Milanovic + a review of his latest book. Enjoy

13 MIN3 d ago
Comments
audio summary (13m) of FP2P posts on aid and development, w/b 11th November

Inequality and the future of Capitalism: in Conversation with Branko Milanovic

Branko Milanovic describes his life's work highlighting the issue of global inequality and his latest book 'Capitalism, Alone'.

25 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Inequality and the future of Capitalism: in Conversation with Branko Milanovic

How to talk about Corruption or defend Civic Space: Audio summary (11m) of recent FP2P posts

I talk you through the last two weeks of posts on From Poverty to Power, including how to talk about corruption; giving away my blogging secrets; paying the research piper; Obama v call-out culture; and what do grassroots movements need from their international allies. All in 11 minutes. What's stopping you?

11 MIN1 w ago
Comments
How to talk about Corruption or defend Civic Space: Audio summary (11m) of recent FP2P posts

audio summary of FP2P posts w/b 21st October

I talk you through this week's FP2P posts, including Links I Liked, a (very critical) discussion on 'experts' on the importance of Open Access, especially for books

7 MIN3 w ago
Comments
audio summary of FP2P posts w/b 21st October

Randomistas, Bad Presentations: Audio Summary (10m) of FP2P posts, w/b 14th October

A round up of posts on the From Poverty to Power blog on aid and development. This week we covered how to improve awful academic presentations at conferences; critiques of randomized controlled trials; public v private education in poor countries, and home grown economies in Africa. Enjoy.

9 MINOCT 19
Comments
Randomistas, Bad Presentations: Audio Summary (10m) of FP2P posts, w/b 14th October

Rise of low fee private schools in poor countries

Education specialist Prachi Srivastava on the rise of low fee private schools in developing countries

21 MINOCT 16
Comments
Rise of low fee private schools in poor countries

Summary of the last 3 weeks' aid and development posts on From Poverty to Power

Talking you through recent posts on aid, development and other stuff on the From Poverty to Power blog, including Southern views and voices on the climate crisis, how to build effective states and podcasts with prominent women's leaders from Kenya and India

14 MINOCT 12
Comments
Summary of the last 3 weeks' aid and development posts on From Poverty to Power

Ingrid Srinath: What’s going on with civil society and philanthropy in India?

Interview with Ingrid Srinath of the Centre for Social Impact and Philanthropy in Delhi, a globally respected expert on civil society.

22 MINOCT 9
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Ingrid Srinath: What’s going on with civil society and philanthropy in India?

Njoki Njehu: Inequality and African Feminism

Njoki Njehu is a feminist activist and Pan African coordinator of the global Fight Inequality Alliance

23 MINOCT 4
Comments
Njoki Njehu: Inequality and African Feminism

Sam Hickey: research findings on effective states and inclusive development

Sam Hickey, who managed an 8 year long research programme on Effective States and Inclusive Development, summarizes its headline findings

24 MINSEP 24
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Sam Hickey: research findings on effective states and inclusive development
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