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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.
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
Watch this joint event held by Coventry University's Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations and the University of Bath Centre for Development Studies
Stephan Haggard, Professor of Political Science, delivers a lecture about the concept of Developmental States, with reference to China and East Asia.
New research into the acute impacts of COVID in Gaza argues that the international community must respond urgently to the unfolding crisis.
Dr Dorte Thorsen and Professor Roy Maconachie disccuss child labour and cocoa farming in West Africa.
Masters students Hira Aftab and Maryam Khan want ‘Our World Too’ to highlight the stories of individuals who have been forced to flee homes in search of safety
Bath students Grace Igweta and Willy Nyeko both work for the WFP and are currently studying on our Professional Doctorate in Policy Research and Practice.
Blog: Dr Aurelie Charles and Damiano Sguotti discuss how a resilient and sustainable economic system needs to account for social justice.
The latest report by the Development Studies Association (DSA) offers five key messages to support more equitable and effective interdisciplinary research.