Tag: development

Pakistan Rangers (wearing black uniforms) perform during a parade on the Pakistan's 72nd Independence Day at the Pakistan-India joint check post at Wagah border, near Lahore, Pakistan
Refugee Week
Mariana Curado

Partitioning: Bonds and Borders

In August 1947, a new border was drawn to create an independent India and Pakistan, however, like all borders, it’s a dynamic and ongoing social process.

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Life at SOAS
Imogen Ashfield

Write for the SOAS Blog!

The SOAS blog is a place for students, alumni and academics to share their SOAS experiences and weigh in on some of the most important issues in the world today.

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Summer School 2018

Throughout your three weeks at SOAS you will be asked to stretch, challenge and develop your skills of critical analysis. The intensive academic format will enable you to deepen your subject knowledge and/or regional area of choice.

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Climate change and development © Morag Dempsey
Development Studies
Andrew Osmond

Climate Change and Development

Climate change is the foremost challenge, which faces humanity in the 21st century, and it is being prioritised as such by (most!) governments around the world.

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Development Studies
Agnes Zabo

Stories on our Plate – SOOP

SOOP is a newly founded, SOAS student and alumni-led social enterprise which uses food to challenge the marginalisation of refugees living in the UK

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Languages and Cultures
Andrew Osmond

South Asian Studies

The South Asia Institute (SSAI) at SOAS University of London represents the largest multi-disciplinary community of scholars working on South Asia of any university in

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Development Studies
Andrew Osmond

World Humanitarian Day

The United Nations’ World Humanitarian Day recognises those who face danger and adversity in order to help others; honouring both those who have lost their

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