Rethinking Development offers accessible and thought-provoking overviews of contemporary topics in international development and aid. Providing original empirical and analytical insights, the books in this series push thinking in new directions by challenging current conceptualizations and developing new ones.
This is a dynamic and inspiring series for all those engaged with today’s debates surrounding development issues, whether they be students, scholars, policy makers and practitioners internationally. These interdisciplinary books provide an invaluable resource for discussion in advanced undergraduate and postgraduate courses in development studies as well as in anthropology, economics, politics, geography, media studies and sociology.
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Prevention of Violence Against Women and Girls Mainstreaming in Development Programmes
Introducing Forced Migration
By Stella-Monica N. Mpande
October 21, 2021
Africans living in the diaspora have a unique position as potential agents of change in helping to address Africa’s political and socio-economic challenges. In addition to financial remittances, their multiple, hybrid identities in and out of geographical and psycho-cultural spaces allow them to ...
By Stephen McCloskey
October 14, 2021
This book argues that the COVID-19 pandemic has magnified a crisis in the international development sector that it can begin to tackle by re-engaging with development education practice. The recent safeguarding scandal is symptomatic of a sector that is becoming overly hierarchical, brand conscious...
By Tamsin Bradley, Janet Gruber
September 06, 2021
Prevention of Violence Against Women and Girls argues that women and girls are vulnerable across all areas of society, and that therefore a commitment to end violence against women and girls needs to be embedded into all development programmes, regardless of sectorial focus. This book presents an ...
Edited By Stefanie Felsberger, Ramesh Subramanian
May 03, 2021
This book investigates the ways in which the mobile telephone has transformed societies around the world, bringing both opportunities and challenges. At a time when knowledge and truth are increasingly contested, the book asks how mobile technology has changed the ways in which people create, ...
By Patricia Hynes
March 31, 2021
At a time when global debates about the movement of people have never been more heated, this book provides readers with an accessible, student-friendly guide to the subject of forced migration. Readers of this book will learn who forced migrants are, where they are and why international protection...
Edited By Diana Barrowclough, Kevin P. Gallagher, Richard Kozul-Wright
September 30, 2020
Southern-Led Development Finance examines some of the innovative new south-south financial arrangements and institutions that have emerged in recent years, as countries from the Global South seek to transform their economies and to shield themselves from global economic turbulence. Even before the...
Edited By Ian Goldman, Mine Pabari
June 18, 2020
This book asks how governments in Africa can use evidence to improve their policies and programmes, and ultimately, to achieve positive change for their citizens. Looking at different evidence sources across a range of contexts, the book brings policy makers and researchers together to uncover what...
By Willem van Eekelen
May 20, 2020
Rural Development in Practice focuses on the evolving nature of rural development in the Global South. It outlines how we got to where we are today, checks what we can learn from history, and explores the development drivers, facilitators, and obstacles most likely to shape the years ahead. The ...
By Anthonia C. Kalu
December 19, 2019
This book is a powerful exploration of the role of women in the evolution of African thinking and narratives on development, from the precolonial period right through to the modern day. Whilst the book identifies women’s oppression and marginalization as significant challenges to contemporary ...
By Jussi S. Jauhiainen, Lauri Hooli
November 29, 2019
This book uncovers the many ways in which innovations and innovation system development policies have become crucial to development policy formation across Africa. As new instruments, actors and tools emerge in development cooperation, the role of innovation in the societal development of ...
By Frauke Urban
November 06, 2019
This book explores the complex relationship between energy and development and discusses the core issues and concepts surrounding this growing area of research and policy. In the field of energy and development, the world faces two major challenges: (1) Providing energy access to the roughly ...
Edited By Rosemary McGee, Jethro Pettit
November 06, 2019
This book uncovers how power operates around the world, and how it can be resisted or transformed through empowered collective action and social leadership. The stakes have never been higher. Recent years have seen a rapid escalation of inequalities, the rise of new global powers and corporate ...