ANU Australian Development Studies Centre/Network
The Australian Development Studies Centre / Network is a small multidisciplinary organization at the ANU that encourages discussion and the widespread exchange of knowledge of global social and economic development issues, development-related research, and international aid policy and practice. It promotes and provides opportunities for open discussion on development issues between universities and colleges, government and non-government organizations (NGO), aid practitioners, communities and the private sector. Three publications of the Development Studies Network are included in this collection:
The Newsletter was a publication of the Development Studies Centre, housed within Resources, Environment & Development (RE&D). Each issue provided a number of concise papers on a significant and topical development issue written by respected professionals and provided a variety of perspectives from different disciplines and development experiences. In October 1989, the Newsletter's title change to Development Bulletin.
Development Bulletin (1989-Present)
Each issue of the Development Bulletin contains concise papers on a significant and topical development issue. Contributors include development professionals from NGOs, multilateral and donor agencies, academics, as well as researchers and field workers from developing countries.
Briefing Papers (1985-2005)\p>
There are 35 issue in this series with each having a distinctive title.
Women, Gender and Development in the Pacific papers (2005) \p>
This is a collection 87 papers on Pacific women, gender and development that were originally published in issues 34, 51, 53, 56-60, 62-64, 66 and 68 of the Development Bulletin and compiled by the Development Studies Network in 2005.
Works in this collection of ANU Open Research are made available under a Non-Exclusive Distribution License. Copyright the author/authors.
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