DevNet connects academics, students and development practitioners to facilitate the exchange of ideas, information and research.
10 May 2016
DevNet 2016 is open for business! The conference webpage, registrations and call for expressions of interest are now open.
This year's conference will be at Victoria University (Wellington) and will have a strong emphasis on the Pacific region and involvement of practitioners and community development workers.
Emma Mawdsley (University of Cambridge) has shared her thoughts on the '1 thing' that could make development efforts more effective. This can be viewed on the video page, along with contributions from Anthony Bebbington, Richard Peet, John Overton, Brenda Killen, Rae Julian, Barry Coates, Ofa Guttenbeil-Likiliki and Severeine Blaise.
'Pacific Currents, Global Tides'
Victoria University of Wellington
Monday 5th December to Wednesday 7th December 2016.
In December, 2016, Victoria University will host the DevNet 2016 Conference. The theme,'Pacific Currents, Global Tides', reflects a desire to focus both on the ways in which global trends in development theory, policy and practice flow through to the wider pacific region and also on how current thinking and practice within the region can contribute to and challenge such global tides.
The conference will have a strong emphasis on the Pacific region and involvement of practitioners and community development workers. We encourage groups to participate in sessions in a variety of formats to open discussion, interaction and networking. Workshops, panels, ‘unconference’ formats as well as research-based presentations are all welcome.
More information, including registration, the call for expressions of interest and key dates for this exciting and inspiring encounter are available on the conference website.