Interdisciplinary Global Development Centre, York, January news
Indrajit Roy has a new Open Access paper which explores Southern Multilateralism as a reimagining of global governance, in the journal Global Perspectives. Southern multilateralism: Complementary competition vis-à-vis the Liberal International Order
Applications are open till 6 January for two visiting fellows of the IGDC starting 1 March 2023 and running until August 2023. The fellowships are intended to encourage outstanding early career researchers in global development to advance their career. Find out more.
Business and peace:
IGDC have a new blog series looking at ‘Business for Peace’. The first blog, new developments in business for peace and the role of companies in war zones, looks at the growing but highly debated role business can play in peace. The blog also covers leadership in organisations in and after violent conflict and how to deliver measurable social impact through the Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) movement.
The research theme is also covered on the IGDC Youtube channel with a number of videos exploring themes around business and peace including business as defenders of democracy, a specific focus on the Congo, management during conflict and peace positive investment.
- IGDC ended the year by launching their new vision recognising the changing face of development. Find out more about their new inter-disciplinary approach and focus.