Links I Liked

March 18, 2019

     By Duncan Green     

Everyday Sexism Bingo, ht Matthew Sherrington 

Two posts on decolonising academia: African and Development Studies: Excellent from Laura Mann. And How Diverse is your Reading List? (Probably not very…) by Tin Hinane El Kadi

‘The Elders, a group of independent global leaders, is calling on the international community to agree on a rigorous governance framework for geoengineering’ by Ban Ki Moon

How to integrate gender in research planning. By Anam Parvez Butt and Irene Guijt

But if you’re a Brit, there’s really only one story: Brexit is car crash mesmerizing right now. A few links

Some top gallows humour, including ‘European reaction to the no-deal vote was largely one of incredulity, with one senior EU negotiator describing it as “the Titanic voting for the iceberg to get out of the way”.

What could be the impact of Brexit on UK aid, trade and remittance flows? Some numbers from ODI

I’m also looking for good pieces by developing country authors/thinkers on the wider meaning and implications of Brexit – suggestions please!

Still M.A.Y. (featuring Snoop Mogg) – Theresa May’s Chronic Brexit

March 18, 2019
Duncan Green