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Capability Association

Multi-Disciplinary and People-Centred

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  1. Why join the HDCA?

    …pabilities) The table below summarizes the benefits available at each level. (This table is still a draft / under construction and not complete or final) Benefit type Visitor Registered user Full HDCA member Browse the site yes yes yes Free online access as well as print subscription to the Journal of Human Development and Capabilities yes Discount on HDCA’s Routledge Human Development and Capability Debates Series yes Watch video recordings of co…

  2. Journal of Human Development and Capabilities

    …rnal publishes original research work of high quality in social sciences (i.e. philosophy, economics, international development, politics, sociology, among others) and interdisciplinary pieces as well. Articles shall offer an original and significant contribution in poverty, inequality, well-being analysis, agency, gender, development ethics and social justice issues, and open new perspectives on challenges of human development. It also welcomes s…

  3. For Authors

    …t), particularly for figures and tables (see http://journalauthors.tandf.co.uk/preparation/permission.asp ) In addition to the main manuscript, a separate file should also be uploaded, identified as “Title Page – not for review”, and must include all of the following information: The title of the paper The names of the authors The full postal and email addresses of all the authors Affiliation details for each author (job title, institution, city,…

  4. Early Career Researchers and Practitioners Network

    …etween members, practitioners and established scholars in capabilities work. Activities Online co-writing pomodoro session on Jitsi. Webinars covering advice and shared experiences for early career research, including topics on skills and professional development, meet-the-editors/meet-the-practitioners sessions, writing in English for non-native English scholars etc. Mentorship program stimulating interaction between Established and Early Career…

  5. Revolutions in Education: New Opportunities for Development? (Maastricht, the Netherlands)

    …ment, economic turbulence, climate change, as well as social revolutions (e.g. the Arab Spring) is rapidly changing the traditional classroom. Examples of such changes includes the dramatic growth in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC), the development of digital badges, the increasing popularity of gamification and the ubiquitous access and use of smart phones and tablets. Can these changes be harnessed to support social and economic development,…

  6. CfP special Issue Ethics & Information Technology on “ICT4PEACE”

    …lease use the online submission system, to be found at www.editorialmanager.com/etin There will be a workshop on this topic hosted at Delft University of Technology when the special issue comes out. Please contact the managing editor for more information, Noëmi Manders-Huits (N.L.J.L.Manders-Huits@tudelft.nl) Ethics and Information Technology (ETIN) is the major journal in the field of moral and political reflection on Information Technology. Its…

  7. IHDP Writing Contest on “Beyond GDP”

    …3rd place: $100). Deadline for submission: 15 October, 2013 Full details and instructions are available on the IHDP website, http://www.ihdp.unu.edu/article/read/contest…

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