Our Aims and Objectives

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

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What is Development Studies

What is development studies and decolonising development.

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Our Members

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

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Governance

Find out about our constitution, how we are run and meet our Council

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People

Meet our Council members and other staff who support the running of DSA

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About

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

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DSA2024

Our conference this year is themed "Social justice and development in a polarising world"

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Past Conferences

Find out about our previous conferences

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Study Groups

Our Study Groups offer a chance to connect with others who share your areas of interest

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Students and ECRs

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

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Publications

Our book series with OUP and our relationship with other publishers

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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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Membership Directory

Find out who our members are, where they are based and the issues they work on

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Registration

26–28 June 2024, Hybrid at SOAS University of London

Social justice and development in a polarising world

rights and representation; redistribution and restoration; reproduction and production

Provisional registration fees

#DSA2024 conference takes place over 3 days: 26–28 June.  The conference will take place as a hybrid conference organised and hosted by SOAS University of London.

Everyone attending the conference, whatever your role, whether a presenter, convenor, chair, discussant, general attendee, needs to register. Even if someone else or an institution is paying for you, you will need to register. Registration covers entry to the conference, the welcome reception and tea breaks and lunches as indicated in the timetable.

The conference social event is always a great place to network with other delegates and more details will be shared before registration opens,

You can pay when completing the registration process, but it is not obligatory as you are sent an invoice with 30 days to make your payment.

Registration opens on 15th March. Note the fees listed at the moment are provisional and are subject to change. Please read through the following information and then choose an appropriate registration category.

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Provisional Early Bird registration fees:*

Day registration – non-member: £145
Day registration-member: £135

 

FACE-TO-FACE (F2F) RATES:

Early Bird | Non-member: £315

Early Bird | Non-member concession: £205 (student, gN academic on either precarious/short contracts < 1 year or fractional, retired global North academic).
Add your current status to the comment box, e.g. ‘precarious position’ OR ‘retired’.

Early Bird | Member: £245 (+ Membership £64/yr)
*global North policy makers and civil society/NGO workers can register at this rate without the need for membership

Early Bird | Member concession gN: £175 (+ Membership £10-32/yr) (student, gN academic on either precarious/short contracts < 1 year or fractional, retired global North academic)

Early Bird | Member concession gS: £175 (+ Membership £0/yr)
(member in the global South)
*Only colleagues from and based in low- or middle-income countries can sign up to the fee waiver DSA membership category.

ONLINE RATES:

Early Bird | Non-member: £190

Early Bird | Non-member concession: £110 (student, gN academic on either precarious/short contracts < 1 year or fractional, retired global North academic).
Add your current status to the comment box, e.g. ‘precarious position’ OR ‘retired’.

Early Bird | Member: £150 (+ Membership £64/yr)
*global North policy makers and civil society/NGO workers can register at this rate without the need for membership

Early Bird | Member concession: £90 (+ Membership £0-32/yr)
(student, gN academic on either precarious/short contracts < 1 year or fractional, retired global North academic)
*Only colleagues from and based in low- or middle-income countries can sign up to the fee waiver DSA membership category.

Please note that while joining DSA is not compulsory we strongly encourage you to do so, and support the community! Signing up for membership and paying the membership fee is a separate process from registering for the conference and paying the registration fee but we can send you one invoice for both fees if you wish, just email us and request that.

Membership for students is only £11. All those from and residing in low and middle-income countries can become a DSA member for free. For further information about DSA membership and to join up, please visit the DSA membership page.

Funding

Funding is now open and delegates can apply via the Funding page

Cancellation

Registrations cancelled (notifying us by email) more than three weeks (before 7 June) before the conference will be refunded, less a small amount to cover administrative and finance costs. Cancellations made within three weeks of the event will be ineligible for such a refund, due to costs already incurred. Refunds at that point will be discretionary.