The Development Geographies Research Group (DevGRG) is one of the research groups of the Royal Geographical Society (RGS). We work to promote and develop the work that our members do to further knowledge and understanding of development geographies.
Development Geographies Research Group of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)
Congratulations again, @sam_e_j_street for a highly original dissertation!
A massive congrats to BA #Geography (International Programme) student Samuel Street, winner of the @devgeogsrg Dissertation Prize for his work on the #psychology and political #economy of remote gig work amongst Nigerian online freelancers.
Read more: http://bit.ly/sam-street
A living-wage and work-from-home summer position for graduate students on climate justice policy, deadline approaching quickly! https://www.climateandcommunity.org/summerfellows
For a discipline that has its roots in “fieldwork”, surely it’s time for us as Geographers to rethink the term and reassess language that has racist, classist, and colonial roots. https://www.lbc.co.uk/news/university-cancels-use-of-the-word-field-because-of-racist-connotations/ @CAPE_AAG @PolEcoNet @PaulRobbins15 @Prof_FSultana @danbrockington
📢 @DevGeogsRG are inviting session proposals for the @RGS_IBGhe Annual International Conference 2023 (30 Aug – 1 Sep)
⏰Deadline: 5pm on 13 February
🌍 Global South-led sessions welcome (scholars & practitioners)
📋 Full details on how to apply⬇️⬇️⬇️