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    I have opted to do an EPQ at my school and I really want to do one, but I'm stuck creating a question. I want to study international development at university and to begin with, I wanted to look at if foreign aid helps or harms countries that receive it. After doing some research, that topic is too much as an EPQ. However, I still want it to relate to international development so I was considering looking at women in the developing world. Could anyone give me some ideas to move towards a question and specific topic?
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    Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you've posted in the right place? Here's a link to our subject forum which should help get you more responses if you post there.
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    (Original post by gwrren)
    I have opted to do an EPQ at my school and I really want to do one, but I'm stuck creating a question. I want to study international development at university and to begin with, I wanted to look at if foreign aid helps or harms countries that receive it. After doing some research, that topic is too much as an EPQ. However, I still want it to relate to international development so I was considering looking at women in the developing world. Could anyone give me some ideas to move towards a question and specific topic?
    Hiya:hi: Sorry that nobody has got back to you on this.

    Women in the developing world is still very broad.

    Maybe look at UN policies/documents available and look at anything that might be a good topic to explore?:dontknow:

    P.S. I've requested that this goes into the EPQ forum so that you'll hopefully get the replies you're after.
 
 
 
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