DSA Members' Courses & Training
School of International Development, University of East Anglia
What is International Development?
The School of International Development at UEA are launching a new 5-week free online short course, starting in January 2020. Aimed at inspiring the next generation of practitioners and researchers, the course, titled What is International Development? is a broad introduction, exploring some of the key concepts, challenges, and debates facing the discipline. Based on an approximate 2 hour a week study schedule, learners will cover topics such as urbanisation, health, demography, and media. Find out more and register your interest here.
Global Development Institute (GDI)
Summer Institute in Urban Studies – Applications for course open
‘The Summer Institute in Urban Studies’ (SIUS) is an opportunity to investigate leading-edge theoretical and methodological questions. It will take place in Toronto in July 14-18th. The 4-day programme is open to doctoral researchers (usually post-field work), postdoctoral researchers or recently appointed faculty and lecturers (within 3 years of first appointment).
For more info please or to apply please visit the website and complete the application form before the deadline of 3 February 5pm (GMT).
CIDT, University of Wolverhampton
Civil Society: Representation, Activism and Influence
A new training programme for organisations promoting change in the forest sector. This training aims to critically explore the role of civil society actors in promoting good governance; the challenges and tensions inherent in that role; and practical strategies and skills for influencing change.
Using Participatory Action Research to Improve Development Practice
20 to 24 January 2020
Shaping Policy with Evidence
30 March to 1 April 2020
STEPS Summer School on Pathways to Sustainability 2020
11 to 22 May 2020.