A very quick heads-up to a series that the BBC will be running over the next three weeks, and which looks very valuable for those studying Growth and Development topics. It kicks off tonight with Four Born Every Second, which looks at the life chances of newly born babies in the rich world and the poor world - BBC1 at 10.35.

There are some related links on their Debate page here

A hat tip to Ruth Tarrant for finding and sending through a link to a related resource for A2 macro on development/poverty etc: http://www.open.edu/openlearn/society/international-development/ou-on-the-bbc-why-poverty  This ties in with the "Why Poverty?" series on BBC, but packed full of great resources to explore


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