Academics from the Global Development Institute are helping to convene a number of panels at the annual Development Studies Association conference taking place 6-8 July 2022. This year’s conference adopts justice and equity as central normative lenses to explore just futures in an urbanising and mobile world, facing a climate and ecological crisis in a pandemic or post-pandemic context.
There is a call for papers for all panels at the DSA Conference; visit the DSA website for more information. The deadline for submitting papers is 11 March (extended deadline).
For full details of each session and to propose a paper, click on the title.
- Sam Hickey (University of Manchester)
Diana Mitlin (University of Manchester)
Tim Kelsall (ODI)
New research on the political economy of African cities, with a dedicated focus on dealing with covid-19, and on the role of coalitions in promoting more just and sustainable urban futures.
- Pritish Behuria (University of Manchester)
- Tom Goodfellow (University of Sheffield)
This call invites papers on subjects related to the politics of finance or industrial policy in specific countries (or comparative papers). The goal will be to have a series of panels on this subject. The panel is part of the Politics & Political Economy Study Group at the DSA.
Brock Bersaglio (University of Birmingham)
Mikkel Funder (Danish Institute for International Studies)
Charis Enns (University of Manchester)
Clare Barnes (University of Edinburgh)
Harriet Croome (University of Birmingham)
This panel seeks to engage with the interplay between (im)mobility, the environment, and development, with consideration for the value of more-than-human perspectives.
Nicola Banks (University of Manchester)
Deborah Doane (Rights CoLab)
This workshop introduces the Reimagining the International NGO (RINGO) project and delivers insight into some of the exciting prototypes through which it is seeking to leverage systems change for development NGOs and to shift power and resources to NGOs in the Global South.
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