Location: IDS Convening Space and online

The world has been reeling in shock at the devastation being caused by the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Beyond the grave and urgent humanitarian needs for the people of Ukraine, and the millions now displaced, the impacts of the war will potentially be wide reaching and have long-term consequences for global governance, security, economies and development.

So, what are the wider international development and economic implications of the conflict? Join our panel of speakers for analysis and discussion on the potential implications for critical areas such as global food security, international taxation and financial flows, social protection and global trade and poverty reduction.

Chair: Professor Mick Moore, Founding CEO and Senior Fellow, ICTD


Register to attend in person at the IDS Convening Space here.
Register to watch online here.

Covid-19 Protocol
Anyone attending this event in person will be required to wear a face mask (unless medically exempt) during the event, and is encouraged to take a lateral flow test prior to coming in to the IDS Building. If your test is positive, or if you are feeling unwell or have any Covid-19 symptoms, please do not come in.

Event Details
Past Event
16 March 2022
University of Sussex, Library Road, Falmer, Brighton, UK