The Institute for Development Studies (IDS), University of Nairobi, has extended the deadline for call for conference papers in preparation to celebrate 50 years since its establishment in 1965.
The new deadline for the submission of Papers is 31st August 2015. Apart from the deadline extension, other details remain the same.
Prof Winnie Mitullah has contributed a chapter in a book on urban policy entitled, Cities and Partnerships for Sustainable Urban Development.
Prof. Winnie Mitullah
University of Nairobi, Press Board Room, Main Campus.
Dr Paul Kamau addresses former IDS students during the first Alumni Consultative Meeting on 16th July 2015.
The Institute for Development Studies (IDS) hosted the first Alumni Consultative Meeting to lay strategies on establishing an alumni association.
Dr. Paul Kamau
UN headquarters at Gigiri
The Institute for Development Studies (IDS) and Volvo Research and Educational Foundations (VREF) held an exploratory workshop for the new initiative entitled “Mobility and Access in African Cities.”
Prof Dorothy McCormick or Prof Winnie Mitullah
Forum on : Security Architecture and Institutional Reforms for the 2013 General Elections and their implications for development in Kenya. Hosted by :The Institute for Development Studies (IDS). Date: 24th June 2015 Venue: ED 213 Time: 2.00 - 4.30pm
The University of Nairobi, Yesterday, 17 June, 2015 led the country in celebrating the World Refugee Day.
The event held in collaboration with the UNHCR and the Kenya Red Cross drew participants from across the country and refugees living in Kenya. The theme for this year’s event was “Get to know refugees-Their Role in the country.”
Nairobi Safari Club - Lilian Towers
On 11 March 2015 the Afrobarometer team in Kenya, led by Institute for Development Studies at the University of Nairobi, released findings on Devolution and Security. These findings were based on a survey of 2,397 adult Kenyans in November/December 2014. Previous surveys have been conducted in Kenya in 2003, 2005, 2008, and 2011.
The Afrobarometer Network wish to conduct a survey of a nationally representative sample of the adult population of the Republic of Seychelles. The purpose of the survey is to measure public attitudes and behavior on political and governance issues in order to inform the public debate about democracy, governance, and other policy and development issues.
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