Development Research Seminars

The Development Research seminars present cutting-edge research on development studies by noted scholars from around the world. The Series aims to stimulate critical discussion about contemporary development issues. The topics covered by the Seminars are challenging and span a broad range of disciplines, from the situation of Burmese migrant workers in Thailand, to combating impunity for violence against women in transitional justice situations.

The seminars generally begin at 16:15 hrs and last for one and a half hours, allowing for approximately 45 minutes of presentation, with the other half available to engage with the audience in discussion and debate. There is no charge to attend the seminars, all of which are open to the general public.

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