Development in Practice offers practice-relevant analysis and research relating to development and humanitarianism, providing a worldwide forum for the exchange of ideas and experiences among practitioners, scholars, policy shapers, and activists. By challenging current assumptions, and by active editorial engagement with issues of diversity and social justice, the journal seeks to stimulate new thinking and ways of working. Contributors to this peer-reviewed journal represent a wide range of cultural and professional backgrounds and experience. Contributions in French, Portuguese, and Spanish are welcome; abstracts are published in these languages. Development in Practice particularly encourages new writers as well as previously published authors.
Deborah Eade, Writer & Editor, Monnetier-Mornex, France
Brian Pratt, INTRAC, Oxford, UK
Awa Faly Ba Mbow IED Afrique, Senegal; Peter Ballantyne ILRI, Ethopia; Joseph G Bock Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, University of Notre Dame, USA; Charles Buxton INTRAC, Kyrgyzstan; Yaliwe Clarke African Gender Institute, University of Cape Town, South Africa; Stephen Commins Department of Urban Planning, UCLA, USA; Kate Critchley Department for International Development (DFID), UK; Sarah Cummings Context International Cooperation, The Netherlands; Sumi Dhanarajan Business and Human Rights Resource Centre, Singapore; Fiona Dove Transnational Institute, The Netherlands; Robyn Eversole University of Tasmania, Australia; Jonathan Fox Department of Latin American and Latino Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA; Dharam Ghai International Institute of Labour Studies, Switzerland; John Hailey City University, London, UK; Jon Hellin International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT), Mexico; Islah Jad Institute of Women’s Studies, Birzeit University, Occupied Palestine; Caroline Knowles Department of International Development, University of Oxford, UK; Pushpanath Krishnamurthy Oxfam GB, UK; Okello Okuli Africa Vision 525 Initiative, Nigeria; Adebayo Olukoshi African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (IDEP), Senegal; Jenny Pearce Department of Peace Studies, University of Bradford, UK; Jethro Pettit Institute of Development Studies (IDS), University of Sussex, UK; Miguel Pickard CIEPAC, Mexico; Mike Powell IKM Emergent, UK; Shahra Razavi UNRISD, Switzerland; Marcia Rivera ILAEDES, Puerto Rico; Alina Rocha Menocal Overseas Development Institute (ODI), UK; José Antonio Sanahuja Universidad Complutense, Spain; Andy Storey University College Dublin, Ireland; Martha Thompson Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC), USA; Alison Van Rooy CIDA, Canada; Jennifer Vaughan Plan International, Honduras; Tina Wallace International Gender Studies Centre, University of Oxford, UK; David Westendorff Urbanchina Partners, China; Sarah White Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath, UK; Ricardo Wilson-Grau Organisational Development Consultant, Brazil; María Hamlin Zúniga International People’s Health Coalition, Nicaragua
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