The latest updates from the development research community in Sweden

Women carrying firewood in Sierra Leone.

Comment on the development research overview

Opportunity to comment on the Committee for Development Research’s overview for development research. Deadline: 12 October.

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Cooperation for sustainable development

DN Debatt: Four solutions to increase research in Sweden’s development policy

Representatives for SweDev, Uppsala University and Karolinska Institutet suggest four measures to achieve the 2030 Agenda.

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Successful outcomes of the SweDev assembly

The role of SweDev and how to increase development research collaboration was discussed at SweDev’s assembly.

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Covid-19 vaccine.

We need vaccine equity… not your leftovers.

“When it comes to covid-19 vaccines we have failed as a society,” writes a Master student at Lund University in a blog for SweDev.

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Ole Petter Ottersen.

Bridging science and policy is essential to achieve the 2030 Agenda

A united response from policy-makers and researchers: “Bridging science and policy is essential to achieve the 2030 Agenda.”

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Connectivity and local management: key for sustainable oceans

Read main take-aways and watch SweDev’s seminar on coastal ecosystems at DevRes 2022.

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Mother and her child. Photo: Photo: Oyemike Princewill / Unsplash.

Robbing mothers of their joy and pride -extortion by the health fraternity

Children are the joy of their mothers and the pride of their fathers. Blog written by Prince Attah Obeng at Lund University for SweDev.

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rooftop garden

SweDev interview series: meet Naghmeh Nasiritousi

Naghmeh Nasiritousi at Stockholm University discusses countries’ climate actions in an interview with the SweDev Secretariat.

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Green leaf.

SweDev’s interview series: Meet Veronica Brodén Gyberg

Veronica Brodén Gyberg at Linköping University and the Centre for Climate Science and Policy Research (CSPR) discusses environmental politics and the preconditions for just transitions towards sustainability locally and globally in an interview with the SweDev Secretariat.

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