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The latest updates from the development research community in Sweden

New Research School on Sustainable Development and Poverty Reduction

SweDev supports a new Research School on sustainable development that has just received a four-year grant from the Swedish Research Council.

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Development & Aid Policy in 2022 – needs, challenges, and expectations

Jenny Wickman at SEI interviews SweDev Programme Director about her research on governance of development aid.

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What is the relation between child labour and human trafficking?

The theme of this years Musikhjälpen (Music Aid) is child labour. SweDev met with PhD researcher Andreas Henriksson to learn more.

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A researcher perspective on COP26: Lisa Dellmuth

SweDev had a talk with researchers from Swedish Universities who participated at COP26.

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Charcoal value chains in Africa and their role for sustainable development

Can the Forest Pledge support a sustainable charcoal sector in Africa? It is about understanding the big picture – and the details, write researchers from Sweden, Kenya and Niger.

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Mutual learning and shared experiences at SweDev’s first teachers’ workshop

Learn of the main takeaways from the event!

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A researcher perspective on COP26: Stephen Woroniecki

The COP26 is over – but what are the outcomes and how do they effect the Global South?

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What lessons should Sweden draw from its engagements in Afghanistan?

Adam Pain: Sweden’s engagements in Afghanistan have shown poor results.

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A researcher perspective on COP26: Aysem Mert

COP26 is over – but what are the outcomes and how do they effect the Global South?

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