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8:00 - 14:30 BST (15:00-21:30 CST), 22 October 2022 Online
The global crises and conflicts have been profound impacts in the global south where three billion people live in rural areas with challenges of poverty, food shortage, climate change, and livelihood security. This calls for critique, radical thinking, and paradigm shift in development studies to understand both challenges and opportunities there. Against the backdrop, the First International Forum of Future Rural Studies (IFFRS) brings together international renowned scholars, development experts and early career researchers (ECRs) to explore following themes:
The IFFRS is co-hosted by College of International Development and Global Agriculture (CIDGA) of China Agricultural University and Nottingham University Business School (NUBS) of the University of Nottingham. It is organised by the Consortium of Future Rural Studies (CFRS) with support by University of Nottingham Ningbo China (UNNC), University of Nottingham Malaysia (UNM), FAO China Office, Alliance of Poverty Reduction and Development (APRD), International Conference on Agricultural and Rural Development in China (ICARDC).
Register your interest by following this link: Paradigm Shift for Development Studies in the Global South
Download the Paradigm Shift for Development Studies in the Global South preliminary programme
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