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15 April 2016
The House of Lords report 'Sexual Violence in Conflict: A War Crime' references and features submissions from SLRC’s work in Uganda and DRC
31 March 2016
Launched for International Women’s Day on 8 March are a triumvirate of reports highlighting aspects of gender, sexuality and sexual violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo
19 January 2016
The House of Commons International Development Committee has just published the report from their inquiry into responses to the Ebola crisis, which references and features submissions from SLRC
18 November 2015
Despite significant investment in aid by the government and NGOs, malnutrition continues to threaten the future of Sierra Leone’s next generation. What is needed is a smarter approach to capacity building, according to fresh SLRC research
23 September 2015
As Ebola still continues to claim lives in Sierra Leone, SLRC examines the contribution that a smarter model of capacity building could offer to the health crisis debate
22 September 2015
Paul Harvey, SLRC CEO, and Priyanthi Fernando, SLRC Research Uptake Director, are to participate in the IDS conference, Challenges for reducing armed violence: towards effective development responses
22 July 2015
SLRC Research Director Rachel Slater presented as part of the Governing by Crisis panel at the sixth European Conference on African Studies in July
09 April 2015
The Ebola outbreak that has ravaged West Africa has likely had huge impacts on the countries affected. Lisa Denney asks whether we really know what these are yet?
18 December 2014
In Nepal, the Old Age Allowance is an essential lifeline for the elderly, but a series of constraints in its design and implementation are limiting its effectiveness in practice. This research looks at what should be done to further improve the effectiveness of the programme.
12 November 2014
Richard Mallett offers his reflections on the recently published Independent Commission for Aid Impact report and explains why shifting the focus from the macro-level to how people live on a day-to-day basis can help us understand how livelihoods actually work.

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