Interdisciplinary Global Development Centre, York, April news
- Business – When Crisis Hits the latest blog in the Business for Peace series looks at business in crisis contexts, in particular the example of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. By: John E Katsos (Associate Professor of Business Law and Ethics, AUS Research Affiliate, Queen’s University Belfast)
- Celebrating the páramo’s environmental and cultural diversity: IGDC co-organised the 4th Festival Campesino de Memoria Paramuna: art and agroecology festival in defence of the Colombian páramos region.
- Life as an IGDC Visiting Fellow: Dr Gale TC Rigobert present a video blog looking at her experience as an IGDC visiting fellow. Dr Rigobert is a international Relations expert, author, lecturer, former Government Minister, TV host and Climate Change Champion.
- Ordering hope: Reimagining the future of citizenship: In a world facing a multitude of challenges it is easy to lose sight of the possibilities offered by hope, however this Working Paper by Indrajit Roy looks at the relational and institutional understanding of hope. The paper goes on to explore the concept of ‘realist hope’ which, whilst recognising the fragility of social structures also offers opportunities for reimagining order.
- (Un)sustainable Lives: The IGDC Working Paper ‘(Un)sustainable lives’ explores the politics behind the decisions that ultimately render certain communities and nations worthy of sustaining and those that are not, who pay the ultimate price for climate change.