About the Centre
The Centre for Global Development (CGD) is an interdisciplinary research centre. Established in 1984, the Centre draws on the expertise of more than sixty members from different schools and faculties at the University of Leeds in the field of international development.
The Centre also hosts the Researchers in Development Network (RiDNet), which unites PhD and early career researchers across the University.
Our aim is to promote academic excellence through generating knowledge on development issues in low income countries, and pursuing collaborative research with institutions in the developing world.
Date: 16/6/2015 | Time: 5.00pm – 6.30pmGuests Sabina Alkire, James E. Foster, Suman Seth and Paola Ballon visit the Centre for Global Development to talk about their new book Multidimensional Poverty Measurement and Analysis, Oxford University Press. Tuesday 16th June, 5pm to 6.30pm Business School Maurice Read more
Date: 16/6/2015 | Time: 2.30pm – 4.00pmMultidimensional Poverty Measurement and Analysis Masterclass Maurice Keyworth SR 1.03 With Sabina Alkire, James E. Foster, Suman Seth and Paola Ballon (Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative) The traditional view of poverty as income shortfall is rapidly giving way to Read more
Date: 16/6/2015 | Time: 10.15am – 11.15amIntegral perspectives on food security in South Africa – a replicable global model ? Prof. Michael Rudolph (Wits Siyakhana Initiative for Ecological Health and Food Security, South Africa) Tuesday 16th June, 10.15am-11.15am, Business School Maurice Keyworth SR 1.03 Food insecurity Read more