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Welcome to the Development Studies Association. We are the UK based membership organisation for all those studying, researching and teaching in the field of global development.
We’ve been together for over 40 years. We are proud of our strong membership base, our diverse networks, our lively annual conference, and our collaborative publications.
DSA responds to the recent suspension of the UKRI’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion group.Read Now
DSA rounds up responses to the new FCDO White Paper on International Development.Read Now
The latest jobs and fellowships from DSA member institutions and partners.Read Now
The latest events from out members. October 2023 see events on China in South America, collaborative projects, plus sign up for the next DSA webinar on climate and development finance.Read Now
British Council highlights new insights for those working on culture and the climate crisis at COP28.Read Now
The African Cities Research Consortium is commencing pilot action research projects in Nairobi, Harare; Maiduguri, Nigeria and Mogadishu.Read Now
A range of new agriculture titles, plus titles in Arabic, Spanish and moreRead Now
Where critical thinking meets social justice, is the central tenet around which 70 global development researchers coalesce at GDI.Read Now
The University of Melbourne are seeking a Lecturer in Development Studies.Read Now
Includes two new titles in the DSA OUP book series. Titles on urban east Africa, mining in the Congo and food systems.Read Now
New series of papers at CDS Bath. The first looks at assessing the progress of the SDGs, locally in Bath and NE Somerset.Read Now
Open and online event series for the DSA’s Land, Politics and Sustainability Study Group for the 2023-202 academic year.Read Now
The School of Global Development at the University of East Anglia will organise a workshop on epistemological issues in international development for PhD candidatesRead Now
Ahead of the DSA webinar on climate and development finance check out the resources, research and news from our panel.Read Now
DSA works on behalf of the development studies community in the UK. We build connections between DSA members, represent their views in relevant consultations and share their work with a wide audience of prospective students, partners and donors.