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Research by SDG

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Navigating Western Innocent Ignorance

Moving abroad, whether it is to study or work, is never easy. Actively deciding to move away from all that you know, and most importantly from your family and friends, in pursuit of what is thought of as “a better...
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Art and Humanities Climate action Gender equality Good health and well-being News No poverty Social Sciences

Forskningens Døgn 2024: Fattige, udsatte, udstødte i Nord og Syd

Torsdag den 25.april 2024, kl. 19.00-21.15, GRATIS ADGANG                    Sted: Maskinhallen, Sundholmsvej 28A, 2300 Kbh. S.   Klik for kort!Tilmelding: Send e-mail med navn til info@ddrn.dk       Arrangør: Danish Development Research Network...
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Affordable and clean energy Applied Sciences Climate action Industry, innovation and infrastructure News Partnerships for the goals Sustainable cities and communities

Why Emerging Economies also need Knowledge Transfer of Environmental Engineering

How did you get involved in sustainability? Originally, I am an environmental chemist graduated from University of Copenhagen. My path into my current work is sustainability. By sustainable transition in developing economies, you can achieve results with far less resources...
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Peace, justice and strong institutions Social Sciences

ID-Cards give Legal Identity to some Ugandans – but not all

A young Danish researcher from African Studies is observing how people in Uganda are navigating a new digitalized certification system which doesn’t recognize everybody as citizens – even when they have lived in the country for generations In Uganda’s capital...
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Applied Sciences Good health and well-being Opinions Partnerships for the goals

All of Us Need to Build Capacity – in South as well as North

Research collaboration is capacity building in itself, says Professor Jens Seeberg, Aarhus University. Every university on the globe has a constant need of capacity building. That is certainly also the case in Denmark. ”Research collaboration is capacity building in itself”,...
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Applied Sciences Climate action Natural Sciences Opinions Partnerships for the goals Peace, justice and strong institutions Zero hunger

Funding Policies in the North Hurt Capacity Building in the South

Denmark has valuable experience in running an efficient research administration. It’s important to continue sharing this experience with the global South countries like Ghana in order to address risks of bureaucracy, according to an experienced Danish development researcher In many...
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Decent work and economic growth No poverty Opinions Reduced inequalities Social Sciences

Taxation Transactions are not a One-Way Street!

According to the African Department of the IMF, the main emphasis on domestic revenue mobilisation (DRM) stands as a key priority in meeting Africa’s extensive developmental needs. Considering the recent COVID-19 pandemic, both global north and south researchers have advocated...
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Partnerships for the goals Responsible consumption and production Social Sciences

Global South-North Divide: Local Innovations Should Be Upscaled and More Just Conditions Introduced

If you are interested in international relations and development, you have probably come across the terms: Global South and Global North. Chances are you are using them without a second thought. But have you ever asked yourself how we came...
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Art and Humanities Decent work and economic growth Peace, justice and strong institutions Resources

Exploring the Junction between Colonialism and Climate Crisis in Caribbean Literature

A young Danish literature researcher is reading novels and poems from the Caribbean archipelago in order to understand the relationship between colonial history and environmental degradation. Literature is always mirroring the society around it. Sometimes this mirror even influences the...
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Decent work and economic growth Industry, innovation and infrastructure Resources Social Sciences

How Economic Development is Embedded in National Institutional Systems

Development outcomes, including the ability to capture gains from globalization, depend, to a large degree, on national embeddedness of economic activities. A Danish professor has observed this interaction over many years in Indonesia’s development. While firms are the primary economic...
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