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Two UEA International Development students receive highly commended for the Undergraduate Awards 2015

Two of DEV's recent Anthropology graduates, Rivka Benjamin and Louisa Fenwick, have received Highly Commended and have been shortlisted for the International Undergraduate Awards 2015....

ESRC - Funded Participatory Videos from Tanzania

DEV’s Dr Nicole Gross-Camp and research collaborator Glory Massao from the Mpingo Conservation Development Initiative  Tanzania, have recently launched two participatory videos created in...

DEV graduate featured in the Guardian's 'Young Climate Campaigners to Watch' list!

Youth activists and bloggers from around the world are stimulating the public debate in the lead-up to the climate summit in Paris, shadowing negotiators, co-ordinating fossil fuel divestment...

Using participatory videos to engage with communities and policy makers

DEV's Dr. Nicole Gross-Camp and Dr. Iokiñe Rodriguez have received a project award in the UEA Engagement Award Ceremony which took place in the Vice-Chancellor’s office last week.   ...

DON'T MISS! DEV's Annual Blaikie Lecture - 20th July

Top environmentalist, Jakob von Uexkull , founder of the World Future Council and Right Livelihood award is coming to UEA on the 20th July . He will be giving a talk at 6pm titled ‘...

New participatory videos launched in conjunction with CICOL

  DEV's Dr Iokiñe Rodriguez and research collaborator Mirna Inturias from Universidad NUR, Bolivia, have recently launched two participatory videos created in conjunction with CICOL (The...

DEV's 2015 Newsletter

The School's annual newsletter is now available! Articles cover a wide range of topics this year, including the two new International Development with Anthropology and International Development...

Professor Nitya Rao's new blog post for Gender and Society

DEV's Professor Nitya Rao has written an blog post for Gender and Society based on her article 'Marriage, Violence and Choice: Understanding Dalit Women’s Agency in Rural Tamil Nadu'. The...

DEV wins three out of four Postgraduate Research Awards!

Congratulations to DEV postgraduate research students Graeme Tolley, Yuli Shan and Will Monteith for winning postgraduate awards. There were only four awards in total, focusing on...

UEA staff and alumni contribute to International Development career guide

  A number of UEA staff and alumni contributed to ‘ Working In International Development and Humanitarian Assistance: a Career Guide ’ published by Routledge in April 2015. ...

Sustainable intensification of China's agriculture: the key role of nutrient management and climate change mitigation and adaptation

DEV's Dr Yuelai Lu's latest publication ' Sustainable intensification of China's agriculture: the key role of nutrient management and climate change mitigation and adaptation ' can now be...

DEV's Annual Blaikie Lecture is COMING SOON!

Monday 20th July, 6pm, Lecture Theatre 2 (UEA).  We are excited to announce this year's speaker - Jakob von Uexkull , founder of the World Future Council and Right Livelihood Award. The...

UEA Engagement Awards Announced

Congratulations to DEV's Dr Iokine Rodriguez and Dr Nicole Gross-Camp, who have been awarded a UEA Engagement Award for outstanding contribution to public and community...

Lecture on Discourse, Policy and the Environment: Public controversies, depliticization, and the politics of UK airport capacity

Wednesday 24 June, 6.00pm, Julian Study Centre Room 3.02 David Howarth (University of Essex) and Steve Griggs (De Montfort University) will be giving a talk on discourse, policy and the...

Still time to register for UEA's International Gender Conference!

There is still time to register for UEA's upcoming International Gender Conference taking place between 6-8th July.  The Intern ational Conference on Gender Relations and Rising...

International Development Professor Peter Lloyd-Sherlock claims UN health goals are ageist and highly unethical

  International Development Professor Peter Lloyd-Sherlock claims UN health goals are ageist and highly unethical   A plan to reduce deaths from a range of diseases is...

UEA Water Security Research Centre at the World Water Congress XV

Edinburgh, Scotland 25 - 29 May 2015 UEA’s Water Security Research Centre will be teaming up with Kings College London , London Water Research Group , University of the West of...

Postgraduate research student publishes peer-reviewed article

First year Social Studies Research student Yuli Shan has published a peer-reviewed article in Journal of Applied Energy . This article is part of his PhD project supervised by Prof. Dabo Guan and...

DEV ranked 11th in QS World University Rankings

UEA is among the world's elite institutions in 11 of the 36 subjects featured in this year's QS World University Rankings by subject. High flying schools this year include DEV, ranked 11th ,...

Who is in charge? State power and agency in Sino-African Relations

  Recently much has been written about the role of “African agency” in  the emergent relationship with China. It has been argued that previous writing on the subject of...