2012 International Development Conference: Integrating Research, Policy and Practice
IDC 2012 provided an international forum for development scholars, researchers, policy makers and practitioners to explore the linkages between the three areas that constitute international development work – the integration of research, policy and practice in development. The keynote speakers were Professor Uma Kothari who spoke on Popular Representations of Development, Dr. Thomas Webster from the National Research Institute in PNG and Patti O’Neil from the OECD. This conference was the eighth in the series of DevNet (International Development Studies Network of Aotearoa New Zealand) conferences.
Click here to see the conference handbook, including information about the keynote speakers and abstracts from all presenters. Scroll down this page to browse many of the full papers and presentations. If you presented at the conference and would like your paper to be included here please send it to: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to all those who attended, with special thanks the organisers at Auckland university, keynote speakers and volunteers.
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