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Food security is deteriorating rapidly around the world. What will the impact be on the Central African Republic?
We live in a globalised system of stark imbalances in wealth and power – both within and between countries. Can dependency theory provide alternatives?
To save development economics from itself, it is essential that we completely reimagine both the idea of development and the sewage system.
Felix founded the SOAS Disabled Students Society and served as Disabled Students and Carers Officer, advocating for students and campaigning for accessibility.
“As an almost graduate, I can say that SOAS has played a crucial role in my academic and personal growth.”
The indispensable contribution women make to society continues to be unseen. Are pension systems the answer?