A record number of delegates attended the Development Studies Association (DSA) Conference 2023 that recently took place at the University of Reading to tackle problems caused by human-induced environmental changes.
DSA2023 was the Association’s first in-person conference since 2019 with 466 people from 70 countries attending in-person and a further 265 online. The focus of this year’s conference was the critical theme of the “Crisis in the Anthropocene: Re-thinking Connections and Agency for Development.”
This gathering of global experts, policymakers, researchers, and activists in the field of development studies shed light on the pressing challenges posed by human-induced environmental changes and their implications for development interventions and practice were explored. Additionally, funding from the University of Reading and the DSA enabled more than 20 delegates to attend from the global South.
Read more about the conference at University of Reading news.
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