2018 Development Studies Association Annual Conference
11 Jun 2018
Book your free ticket for the final roundtable on strategies for tackling inequalities
The Global Development Institute will be hosting the 2018 Development Studies Association (DSA) Annual Conference at The University of Manchester from 27-29 June. This year’s conference will celebrate 40 years of the DSA and focuses on global inequalities. The conference also coincides with the 60th anniversary of development studied at the University
Colleagues who are interested in attending the conference or learning about the conference can find more here.
The DSA Annual Conference also sees a range of plenary speakers from around the world, including a final plenary on Friday, 29 June which is open to the public. Sakiko Fakuda-Parr (the New School), Alex Cobham (Tax Justice Network) and Lidy Nacpil (Fight Inequality Alliance) will address how to tackle inequities.
Speakers, panellists and papers from departments across the University, the UK and the Global South will convene in Manchester from June 27 to June 29 and you can follow online via @globaldevinst’s twitter account or the hashtag #DSA2018