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Misleading narratives distort antisemitism discourses

Jeff Handmaker
July 2, 2020
Bigotry, in all its forms, is steadily rising. Clearly, being non-racist is not enough; we need to be anti-racist to be able to combat race-related bigotry once and for all. This principle should indeed apply to all forms of bigotry, including antisemitism. However, as this article explains, mislead...
July 2, 2020
Student with Laptop

COVID-19 | How COVID-19 exacerbates inequalities in academia

María Gabriela Palacio
July 1, 2020
The COVID-19 crisis has brought to the fore gendered and racialised aspects of precarity that were steeping in academia long before the virus emerged. The increased burden of unpaid care work, still mostly borne by female academics, has skewed research output. Casualised staff, many of them early-ca...
July 1, 2020
Colourful Hands

‘I cannot understand your question’: challenges and opportunities of including persons with disabilities in participatory evaluation

Gersán Vásquez Gutiérrez
June 29, 2020
Participatory evaluation has been praised for engaging vulnerable groups such as persons with disabilities (PwD). However, the inclusion of this group can be challenging and even self-defeating if carried out incorrectly. Despite the challenges, evaluators and researchers can follow some strategies...
June 29, 2020

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Eastern Asia
Europe
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Middle East and North Africa
Northern America
South and South-eastern Asia
Sub-Saharan Africa
Western and Central Asia
Themes
Conflict & Peace
Development Economics
Development Philosophy & Practice
Gender, Sexuality & Diversity
Governance, Politics & Justice
Humanitarian Aid & Development Assistance
Livelihoods, Human & Labour Rights
Migration
Natural Resources, Environment & Climate
Resistance, Activism & Decolonisation
Social Protection & Social Policy
Series
COVID-19
Creative Development
Deglobalisation
Development Dialogue 2018
EADI/ISS
Epistemic Diversity
IHSA Conference 2018
Women's Month 2019
Ferguson is Palestine

Misleading narratives distort antisemitism discourses

Jeff Handmaker
July 2, 2020
Bigotry, in all its forms, is steadily rising. Clearly, being non-racist is not enough; we need to be anti-racist to be able to combat race-related bigotry once and for all. This principle should indeed apply to all forms of bigotry, including antisemitism. However, as this article explains, mislead...
July 2, 2020
Student with Laptop

COVID-19 | How COVID-19 exacerbates inequalities in academia

María Gabriela Palacio
July 1, 2020
The COVID-19 crisis has brought to the fore gendered and racialised aspects of precarity that were steeping in academia long before the virus emerged. The increased burden of unpaid care work, still mostly borne by female academics, has skewed research output. Casualised staff, many of them early-ca...
July 1, 2020
Colourful Hands

‘I cannot understand your question’: challenges and opportunities of including persons with disabilities in participatory evaluation

Gersán Vásquez Gutiérrez
June 29, 2020
Participatory evaluation has been praised for engaging vulnerable groups such as persons with disabilities (PwD). However, the inclusion of this group can be challenging and even self-defeating if carried out incorrectly. Despite the challenges, evaluators and researchers can follow some strategies...
June 29, 2020