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Duncan is Senior Strategic Adviser at Oxfam GB and author of From Poverty to Power: How Active Citizens and Effective States can Change the World. He also authors the From Poverty to Power blog.
Duncan was previously Senior Policy Adviser on trade and development at DFID (UK Department for International Development) and a Policy Analyst on trade and globalisation at CAFOD (Catholic Agency for Overseas Development). He is also currently a visiting fellow at the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex.
Duncan is the author of several books on Latin America including Silent Revolution: The Rise and Crisis of Market Economics in Latin America, Faces of Latin America and Hidden Lives: Voices of Children in Latin America and the Caribbean.
So is ‘Doing Development Differently’ a movement now? And if so, where’s it going? Today's @fp2p frm Graham Teskey… https://t.co/etRQer0Wwm
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Ahead of the official release date, we introduce Duncan Green's new book, How change Happens.
Active Global Citizens
Oxfam's active citizenship case studies employ a 'theory of change approach' to explore how change happens in different contexts. They cover a wide range of programmes, both in terms...
At the dawn of 2014 time is running out for the 2015 Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). How is the world doing? In the spirit of new year optimism we asked nine Oxfam experts what...
Al-hassan Adam, Ben Phillips, Catherine Meredith, Duncan Green, Emily Brown, Ines Smyth, Mohga Kamal Yanni, Shenard Mazengera, Leslie Morris Iveson
HIV and AIDS,
First posted on From Poverty to Power, Duncan Green on how we cannot afford to ignore the extreme inequality produced by extreme wealth.
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Poverty in the UK
The new edition of From Poverty to Power, Oxfam's flagship publication on global development publishes today, we ask the author Duncan Green to reflect on what's changed since...
On a trip to Kenya, Duncan Green has met with some remarkable women working for Oxfam in the country. Here, he relates just a few of their stories.
While the global south has experienced some uplifting changes, the north is enveloped by a Euro-gloom of crisis and decline, says Duncan Green.
Oxfam is holding a panel on the GROW campaign at the Development Studies Association conference next week. Duncan Green drums up trade here.
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