Do you teach about human development and capabilities? In 2020-21, we are organising a series of online workshops to bring […]
The HDCA European Network aims to bring together researchers, policy makers and practitioners interested in the capability approach and human development and who are working on, or in, Europe. The network supports communication and dialogue across its membership, as well as encouraging connections with fellow Regional Networks, by creating a space to develop online and in person meetings, conferences and learning events and sharing relevant updates and information. We welcome new members and encourage individuals to contact the coordinators to share their updates and to discuss possible events and activities they wish to develop.
Activities taking place within this regional network include webinars related to research, policy and practice; occasional workshops on topics of interest to members and meetings and social events at the annual HDCA conference.
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 […]
Ethics and Public Policy Laboratory/Laboratoire d’Ethique et de Politiques Publiques Université Catholique d’Afrique Centrale As part of the collaborative research […]
The Capability Approach, Empowerment and Participation Concepts, Methods and Applications Edited by David Alexander Clark, Mario Biggeri, and Alexandre Apsan […]
We are pleased to announce the publication of the book “Sustainability and Capability Approach” by Giuditta Alessandrini, published by Franco […]
On Tuesday 13 November 2018, University of Roma Tre hosted the national seminar entitled “Actuality of the capability approach in […]
A special issue for the Journal of Social Entrepreneurship (Vol 3, 2017), edited by Nadia von Jacobi, Alex Nicholls and […]
Otto and Schäfer (Ed.,), New Approaches Towards the Good Life: Applications and Transformations of the Capability Approach, Barbara Budrich Publishers, […]