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We are the UK association for all those who research, study and teach global development issues

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We have around 1,000 members, made up of individuals and around 40 institutions

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The DSA Conference is an annual event which brings together the development studies community

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DSA2021

Our conference this year is themed "Unsettling Development"

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Students and early career researchers are an important part of our community

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North-South Research

A series of workshops exploring North-South interdisciplinary research with key messages and reports

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IDD, University of Birmingham: Event, Publications & News – September

Publications

Fiona Nunan published a paper in African Identities: ‘A gendered analysis of fisherfolk migration on Lake Victoria, East Africa’, 2021..

Niheer Dasandi published an article (with Nicola Chelotti and Slava Jankin Mikhaylov) in International Studies Quarterly: ‘Do Intergovernmental Organizations Have a Socialization effect on Member State Preferences? Evidence from the UN General Debate’, 2021.

Sian Herbert, Zenobia Ismail, Rebecca Gordon, Pearl Boteng, and Will Avis produced a GSDRC literature review, looking at evidence on effective interventions in relation to British Council programming areas and UK government priorities. It particularly looked at teachers’ and school leaders’ knowledge and skills gaps.

Sanne Weber published a book (in Spanish) about the experiences of female ex-combatants before, during and after the internal armed conflict in Guatemala.

Sanne Weber published the chapter entitled ‘Gender and Transitional Justice’ in the recently published text book Transitional Justice: Theories, Mechanisms and Debates.

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