Workshop

The Researchers in Development PhD Network (RiDNet) is a multi-disciplinary, cross-faculty network for PhD and early career researchers working in international development at the University of Leeds. Many of RiDNet members undertake fieldwork overseas in different cultures and contexts. Fieldwork is an exciting part of many PhD journeys, but there is also a certain degree…
Are you a post-graduate or early-career researcher seeking to find means of engaging in participatory data collection with your field participants? In this webinar hosted by the Water Governance Group at the Centre for Global Development, Dr Uttaran Dutta of Arizona State University shares in-depth insights into how he relies on active and eclectic participatory…
Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies (SPLAS) and The Centre for Global Development (CGD) are delighted to welcome renowned Brazilian filmmaker Kleber Mendonça Filho to the University of Leeds on Friday 1st December 2017. Kleber will take part in a workshop entitled Film, Social Critique and Political Dissent. The workshop will include a screening and commentary of Kleber’s…
Putting research into practice in development contexts brings its own unique challenges. This workshop, led by Dr Jen Dyer (Sustainability Research Institute), will explore a number of data collection methods. Jen will tie the theoretical rationale underpinning different methods, and provide tips on when and how different techniques can be best applied. This workshop, open…
Making solar cells from blackberries! SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAICS WORKSHOP WITH DR RICHARD KOMP* 28 November, 12.00 – 15.00 School of Earth and Environment, Seminar Room 8.119 MAKE YOUR OWN SOLAR CELL! For the past 30 years Dr Richard Komp has been promoting solar PV installations across the Global South and he has taught hundreds of workshops around…
This workshop looks at the potential for judicial and non-judicial justice mechanisms to have transformative outcomes upon gender relations and the position of women in countries with histories of political violence, conflict and chronic criminal and social violence.
Collaboration for Development: interdisciplinary research in practice PhD workshop The Collaboration for Development PhD workshop was held on 24 May 2011 at the University of Leeds. The Faculty of Education, Social Sciences and Law (ESSL) Graduate School, University of Leeds, funded the event. The aim of the workshop was to facilitate and support collaboration among…
This workshop critically explores the relationship between the politics of aid and being HIV positive in East Africa.
RIPOCA Research Findings Workshop
‘Transformative Justice after Mass Violence’ World Wide University Network Workshop, Centre for Applied Human Rights (York) and Centre for Global Development (Leeds).