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Call for Contributions for 3rd DSAI Postgraduate Conference
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September 2013 - 1st International Conference for Sustainable Development Practice Call for Abstracts and Registration
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Issue No. 16 of the Centre for Global Education's journal Policy and Practice
This issue contains articles by DSAI members: - Ronnie Munck et al. 'Futures Oriented Development Research: An Irish-African Partnership-based Foresight Exercise' - Gerard Downes 'A Critical Analysis of North-South Educational Partnerships in Development Contexts' - Peter McEvoy' Past and Current Experiences of Higher Education Partnership Approaches within the wider context of Development Cooperation with Africa' Please click here to view these articles
March's edition of the DSA Bulletin is available for download at: http://www.devstud.org.uk/downloads/51544cd853221_mar2013newsletter.pdf If you have trouble linking directly, please visit our home page http://www.devstud.org.uk and follow the links from there. Quick Updates: - The DSA is delighted that all seven of those nominated to the Academy of Social Sciences have been accepted as Academicians - please see the bulletin for more details. - The deadline for the submission of Panel Proposals and Paper abstracts draws near - 15th April - Update your Individual Profiles on the DSA website to enhance your networking power - details in the Bulletin
National Survey of Third Level Students on Global Development
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Call for Proposals for Panels and Abstracts of Papers for DSA Conference For those wishing to participate in this year's DSA Conference please click here for more information: http://www.devstud.org.uk/events/conference/2013_dsa_annual_conference-4...
Resources and information for PhD candidates and early career researchers A new website has launched to provide resources for PhD students and early career researchers. Doctoral candidates can now access information on available funding, research support materials and events on newly developed DocLinks website: www.doclinks.org The website also provides the link to growing on-line networking community of more than five hundred PhD candidates who can communicate and share relevant information with each other as well as access potential partners for cooperative research. The website and the network primarily address the needs of PhD students from Africa and EU reflecting the geographical priorities of overall DocLinks project.