The body and the mind: the benefits of studying development from a psychosocial perspective
If development is freedom, then how do you know that you are free?
The process of inclusion in innovation: a feminist perspective
Findings from a recently published paper on inclusive innovation, which draws insights from innovation hubs in the UK and Zambia.
Measuring innovation amongst marginal producers: Implications of evidence-based policy
Research on innovation in the global south has increasingly highlighted the importance of continuous, small-scale innovation for small producers and farmers
The balancing act of Brexit and digital trade
As the UK leaves the EU it risks a potential ‘digital cliff-edge’
Thinking about the GCRF – Some reflections on decolonising research practice and knowledge
Highlighting dilemmas which might be worth considering when doing research in the Global South.
Information & Communication Technologies and the 2015 Nepal Earthquake
Who is really using ICTs and what are they using them for?