International Development Centre - Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford (QEH)
1954, UK, as Queen Elizabeth House, subsequently receiving the sub-title of International Development Centre in 1987, and Department of International Development (ODID) in 2006. Currently listed under title: Oxford Department of International Development, a department within Oxford University.
Carry out teaching and research in development studies in order to advance understanding of complex economic, social and political processes of change in countries in poorer parts of the world; educate students to understand these processes in a multi-disciplinary perspective.
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Includes: International Migration Institute; Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative; G-XG0382 - Refugee Studies Centre, Oxford (RSC); Technology and Management Centre for Development; Young Lives.
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