Find out more about current and past research from the Centre for Development Studies. View our researchers with an active interest in this area.
Centre for Development Studies
Our interdisciplinary and collaborative researchers engage with international development policy and practice.
Find out more about our current and past research from the Centre for Development Studies. View researchers with an active interest in this area.
Find out more about the current and past research looking into conflict, migration and humanitarian action.
Find out more about the current and past research in the Centre for Development Studies. View researchers with an active interest in this area.
Lead Social Scientist in the Dev. Research Group at the World Bank discusses his next book International Development: Navigating Humanity’s Greatest Challenge.
The University of Bath is proud to announce a new partnership with a global, interdisciplinary research network, the Earth System Governance Project (ESG).
The study, authored by our Centre for Development Studies, drew on children and caregivers’ experiences of neglect in Jordan and the Gaza Strip, Palestine.
Join Cynthia Kamwengo and Ben Radley in exploring student learning needs and efforts to decolonize African development studies in the UK.
Assistant Professor Yixian Sun reports on the proceedings of COP 26 as a member of the Earth Negotiations Bulletin (ENB).
Our research created the Qualitative Impact Protocol (QuIP). This helps to improve lives by effectively assessing international development assistance projects.
Watch: The One Young World Bath Caucus discuss the Case for Reparatory Justice
Book launch event for 'Certifying China: The Rise and Limits of Transnational Sustainability Governance in Emerging Economies' by Yixian Sun.
James Copestake hosts Aurelie Charles, Judith Randel and Nicki Schantz in a discussion about the Sustainable development goals with input from Charlie Larkin.
Watch this panel discussion co-hosted by CDS and Coventry University's Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations
Professor Jem Bendell presents his theory of Deep Adaptation, in a talk hosted by the CBOS and the Centre for Development Studies
hosted by the University of Bath IPR and Centre for Development Studies, and Coventry University's Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations