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  1. Webinar Discussion: Democratising Measurement: A Case Study from Well-Being Public Policy.

    …dates, and to register, please visit our website: Upcoming Webinar Series Themes 1. Democratising Measurement: A Case Study from Well-Being Public Policy Anna Alexandra & Mark Fabian 6th April, Tuesday, 11am BST (GMT +1) 2. Conceptualizing Well-Being Ingrid Robeyns 19th April, Monday, 6.30pm BST (GMT +1) 3. Methodological Options and Challenges for Measuring Multidimensional Well-Being* 4. Participatory Approaches to…

  2. Asia-Pacific Network: Introduction

    …esent we have colleagues based in Thailand, Indonesia, Aotearoa/New Zealand, Australia, Fiji, and Tonga working in a number of areas including: indigenous issues, poverty, environment, participatory methods, education. Our aim is to create capability conversations within the region by organising seminars and workshops, and to establish (at some point) an annual regional capability conference. We also hope to establish development ethics and human…

  3. NEW BOOK! The Capability Approach and the Sustainable Development Goals: Inter, Multi, and Trans Disciplinary Perspectives

    …studies from across Asia, Africa, Latin America (global south), and the USA, UK, and Australia (global north) consider how the capability approach can contribute as a practical framework to achieving the SDGs’ ambitions for social, economic, political, and legal progress. Drawing on insights from a range of disciplines, this book will be of interest to researchers and practitioners from law, politics, international relations, criminology, internat…

  4. HDCA Fellows

    …ersity of the Free State, South Africa) Mark McGillivray (Deakin University, Australia) Ann Mitchell (Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina, Argentina) Sophie Mitra (Fordham University, USA) Oliver Mutanga (Independent Researcher/Consultant, UK) Martha Nussbaum (University of Chicago, USA) Prasanta Pattanaik (University of California Riverside, USA) Rosie Peppin Vaughan (University College London, UK) Sammia Poveda (United Nations University,…

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