From Poverty to Power: Events and media


Perth, Australia

2 September - 'What's Hot and What's Not in International Development' Seminar, Open to the public.
Venue: Room LL1.004, Learning Link, School of Management and Governance Building 512, Murdoch University
Time: 12.00-1.00pm
To book a place contact Linda Rossi, by Thursday 29 August

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6 September - Oxfam Western Australia public meeting
Venue: Room 3.22-3.23, Level 3,140 William Street, Perth
Time: 5.00-6.30pm 

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Melbourne, Australia

10 September - DETalks (Development Effectiveness Talks) What’s Hot & What’s Not: How is Thinking in International Development Changing?
Venue: Theatre 108, The University of Melbourne Law School, Carlton
Time: 1.15-2.15pm

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10 September - Active Citizenship and development talk and book launch
Venue: Village Roadshow Theatrette, State Library of Victoria, 179 La Trobe Street, Melbourne
Time: 5.30–7.30pm  

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Canberra, Australia

12 September - How do we plan, campaign and work in development? The reality of doing development in complex systems.
Venue: Molonglo Theatre, Level 2, JG Crawford Building 132, Lennox Crossing, ANU
Time: 6.00-7.00pm

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Wellington, New Zealand

16 September - Insights on Models of Change: a global and Pacific perspective
The seminar will be presented by Duncan Green and Barry Coates, Executive Director of Oxfam New Zealand.
Hosted by: Institute of Governance and Policy Studies (IGPS) and Oxfam New Zealand
Venue: Government Building, Lecture Theatre 1, Institute of Governance and Policy Studies (IGPS), Victoria University of Wellington, GB LT1, Stout St, Thorndon
Time: 5:45-7:15pm

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Auckland, New Zealand

18 September - Insights on Models of Change: a global and Pacific perspective
The seminar will be presented by Duncan Green and Barry Coates, Executive Director of Oxfam New Zealand.
Venue: Auckland University, Engineering Lecture Theatre 403-403, 20 Symonds Street, City Campus
Time: 6.00-7.30pm

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Past events

10 May - University of Ottawa
9 May - GW University, Elliott School for International Affairs, Washington DC
9 May - Johns Hopkins University, Washington DC
9 May - USAID, Washington DC
8 May - World Bank, Washington DC
8 May - Centre for Global Development, Washington DC
7 May - World Affairs Council, University of California – Washington DC
7 May - Oxfam America, Washington DC
7 May - Society for International Development, Washington DC Chapter
6 May - SIT Grad Institute, Washington DC
3 May - The Rockefeller Foundation, NYC
3 May - UNDP, NYC
2 May - UN Women, NYC
2 May - Columbia University, NYC
29 April - Harvard University, Boston
29 April - The Heller School, Brandeis University, Boston
19 April - 11.11.11 Think Global Day, Brussels, Belgium
20 March - University of Western Cape, Cape Town, South Africa
18 March - The Sustainability Institute, Lynedoch, South Africa
14 March - Coastlands on the Ridge, Durban, South Africa
12 March - University of Witwatersrand, Jo'burg, South Africa
7 March - University of Sheffield, UK
6 March- Institute of Development Studies, Brighton, UK
5 March - SOAS, Department of Devlopment Studies, UK
4 March - Bath University, UK
28 February - Manchester University, Manchester Leadership Programme, UK
27 February - University of East Anglia, School of International Development, UK
4 February - UCL, Geography Department, UK
2 February - Warwick International Aid Forum, UK
31 January - University of Leeds (POLIS), UK
29 January - University of Chester, International Development Studies Department, UK
15 January - Birmingham University, International Development Department, UK


11 December - Development Studies Seminar, University of Bradford, Uk
1 December- Cambridge International Development Conference, UK
17 November - Introduction to International Development Conference, Oxford, UK
3 November - Launch reception, Development Studies Association Annual Conference, London, UK
1 November - Cambridge University International Development Society, Clare College, UK
20-26 October - India tour, including book launch and panel discussion, New Delhi, India International Centre
16 - 19 October - OECD Conference, New Delhi, India
4 October- Book launch, Blackwell Bookshop, Oxford, UK
2 October - Ecumenical World Development Conference, Derbyshire, UK
26 September - Book launch and panel discussion, Bangkok, Thailand
17- 21 September - Philippines Tour
5 September - Irish DSA, Dublin

Media coverage

Zhang Qi reviews From Poverty to Power II for the Bangkok Post

World Bank announce the publication of From Poverty to Power 2nd edition

Malia Politzer reviews the book for the Indian news website Live Mint

Narendar Pani reviews the book for The Hindu

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