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March 12, 2018
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At least 94 million kids have stopped working since the year 2000. The International Labour Organization says that “we are moving in the right direction”, however there is still a lot to do. In 2016 there were still 152 million children aged 5-17 working, with 71% of them doing so in the agricultural sector. What conditions can determine the future panorama of child labour around the world?

Alberto Posso, Associate Professor of Economics at the International...

February 13, 2018
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In conmemoration of World Radio Day, NCID's Resident Fellow Joseph Gomes speaks about radio's importance in demobilizing combatants and ending conflict in Central Africa. With one hour of radio a day, fatalities reduced by 7% in the areas where the signal reached. Joseph explains the impact on the terrorist group LRA and the implications for literature on conflict resolution.

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June 28, 2017
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Stefan Dercon, professor at the Blavatnick School of Government, Director of the Centre for the Study of African Economics, both at the University of Oxford, and Chief Economist of the Department for International Development of the UK Government, spoke about Biased Civil Servants at the 6th NCID Research Workshop.

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