21.04.22

‘To prevent this disease, we have to stay at home, but if we stay at home, we die of hunger’ – Livelihoods, vulnerability and coping with Covid-19 in rural Mozambique: Article published in World Development

Versão em português por abaixo By the CwC team An open-access paper summarising key findings on livelihoods, vulnerability and coping with Covid-19 in rural Mozambique from the Livelihood impacts of coping with Coronavirus in rural Africa’ (CwC) research project has just been published in World Development. In this blog post, we summarise key findings and […]

27.01.20

Sanitation worker health, safety and wellbeing: Reflections from the UK and India

By Sally Cawood and CS Sharada Prasad  “Just because something is visible doesn’t mean it is seen” (CS Sharada Prasad, December 2019) Hazardous and degrading forms of sanitation work, such as manual scavenging, persist in many countries around the world. Within India, Bangladesh and across South Asia, the cleaning, emptying and management of human waste […]

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21.11.19

What does your language mean to you? Language, identity and belonging

It is interesting to work in the area of multilingualism in a country famous for its monolingual position in the world.

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07.08.19

PRIME Early Career Researchers take part in Capacity Building activities held at The University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield (UoS) has recently held two excellent events, namely the 10th Sheffield Institute for International Development (SIID) Post-graduate Conference with the theme of “Decolonising Development” and a Research Ethics Workshop entitled “Developing Best Practice for Researching in the Global South”.

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01.10.18

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?

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05.09.18

Researcher Critically Examines Movements for Global Mental Health

China Mills raises concerns that global mental health movements obscure social determinants of health and naturalize Western mental health concepts.

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