RidNet

Blog post by Rasika Soman Rasika Soman, a Master’s student from York University reflects on how the RiDNet conference, held recently at the University of Leeds, helped her to reflect on her own research project. “Visiting the conference on Fieldwork in Development Contexts organized by the Researchers in Development Network...

This Blog presents recommendations from the recent RidNet conference at University of Leeds, and was first featured on the LSEs Impact of Social Science Blog http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2015/03/02/building-bridges-in-development-five-recommendations-to-connect-the-islands-of-research-policy-and-practice/ Elizabeth Harrison, Eleanor Jew, Thomas Smith, Iqbal Ahmed and Sarah Peck present the recommendations from a recent conference for early-career researchers on bridging the gap...

Written by: Elizabeth Harrison and Eleanor Jew The Researchers in Development Network (RiDNet) is a multi-disciplinary, cross-faculty network of PhD students working on development at the University of Leeds. Every year RiDNet organises and hosts an annual conference. The 2014 conference was held on Wednesday 12th November, hosted by the...