Do you teach about human development and capabilities? In 2020-21, we are organising a series of online workshops to bring […]
South Asia Network
The HDCA South Asia Network aims to bring together researchers and practitioners who take an interest in the topics of human development and capability approach in the region and includes researcher either working in or on any one or more of the nine South Asian countries, namely, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. With the support and guidance from HDCA, the network’s primary role is to assist with communication between the researchers in the region, to disseminate relevant information – or assist with organising – complimentary activities such as programmes, courses and trainings on human development and the capability approach, workshops/meetings, and any other events in line with the demand of the members of this network.
The network's facebook group – HDCA.South.Asia.Network
Graduate Workshop Series Following requests from graduate HDCA members we are planning to launch a series of writing workshops to […]
by Paul Anand Fellow, Human Development & Capability Association Oxford, UK The global crisis caused by COVID 19 has been […]
On the 7th of April the UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights has published the final comment on […]
The Capability Approach, Empowerment and Participation Concepts, Methods and Applications Edited by David Alexander Clark, Mario Biggeri, and Alexandre Apsan […]