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Applied Sciences Clean water and sanitation Resources

Danish Water Technology Researchers are Creating Development – and Good Business

The Danish water technology sector, which contributes to better drinking water supplies and wastewater treatment everywhere in the world, is exporting its equipment and solutions to the South and North for billions of Danish kroner. It is all built on...
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Art and Humanities Peace, justice and strong institutions Resources

Transforming Migration Through the Arts

Artists are conducting art workshops with migrants in order to increase their self-esteem and well-being, but the whole event is basically research fieldwork. The workshops are observed and described by researchers, and the artists themselves are another kind of researchers.Artists...
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Art and Humanities Gender equality Good health and well-being Peace, justice and strong institutions Resources Social Sciences

Exploring LGBTQ+ Rights and Pride: A Look at the Contrasting Realities in Guatemala and Sweden

Guatemala and Sweden have significantly different approaches to LGBTQ+ rights and Pride celebrations. By comparing and contrasting Prides in Malmö and Guatemala City, this article examines the nuances and challenges faced by the queer community within their respective cultural and...
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No poverty Reduced inequalities Resources Social Sciences Zero hunger

Measuring ‘Poverty in Bundles’: A New Method to Target Poverty Reduction

The Global Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI) is a yearly publication by the UN that measures worldwide poverty levels. This year, a new way to address poverty was introduced. For the first time, it uses a concept called ‘poverty in bundles’,...
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DDRN is Seeking Research Communication Intern(s) for the Autumn Semester 2024

Do you want to sharpen your skills as a science journalist working with Global South and the UN Sustainable Development Goals?DDRN.dk is an independent on-line media communicating research on sustainable development by South researchers and by Danish universities. South-North divides...
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No poverty Reduced inequalities Resources Social Sciences Zero hunger

Jean Drèze: A Scholar who Integrated Research with Action in Social Science

Action-oriented research is a road less traveled in the world of academics. Often researchers are confronted with the dilemma of the need to remain objective while taking a clear point of view in their research. Jean Drèze, a Belgian-born Indian...
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Art and Humanities Peace, justice and strong institutions Resources Social Sciences

Indigenous Empowerment – The Kankuamo People in Colombia Communicate About Themselves

Discrimination and stereotypes. Indigenous peoples are often misunderstood in the media, which is why the Kankuamo people from Colombia decided to strengthen their communication skills: to be able to tell their own stories to a broader audience. And they have...
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Reduced inequalities Resources Social Sciences Sustainable cities and communities

Urbanism in Unexpected Places: Looking Beyond the Rural/Urban Divide

Urbanism as a concept often brings to mind ideas of large metropolitan centres that are densely populated, not only with people but also buildings, expansive infrastructure, as well as opportunities. The idea of rurality poses a stark contrast to this...
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Applied Sciences Decent work and economic growth Industry, innovation and infrastructure Resources

Bamboo for SDGs: A Test for Uganda’s Nascent Industry

Giant bamboo towers over the security wall surrounding the home of a former minister in Kampala, making a dominant spectacle in a neighbourhood of dwindling greenery. Artistically, the tall culms and thick green leaves represent a developing country’s dream of...
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Applied Sciences Good health and well-being Partnerships for the goals Resources

The Health Sector Will Never Be Able to Solve the World’s Health Challenges on Its Own

We have to adopt an intersectoral approach to safeguarding health, says an experienced Danish researcher who has done that for all his professional life.To address the serious health problems of the world, the health sector has to work in close...
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