Leeds University Centre for Global Development

Researchers in Development PhD Network (RiDNet)

The Researchers in Development PhD Network (RiDNet) is a multi-disciplinary, cross faculty network for PhD and early career researchers working in international development at the University of Leeds. 

The purpose of the network is to share ideas and build links among PhD and early career researchers working on development issues.  

The network will be hosting events throughout the year, including seminars, discussions, workshops, conferences, and socials. 

 

Upcoming events:    

  

  • Ethics in Overseas Fieldwork, 2nd April 2014

     For more information and registration click here

 

  • Risk Assessment in Overseas Fieldwork, 9th April 2014

     For more information and registration click here

 

  • Monitoring UK aid: the role of the UK parliament International Development Select Committee and the Independent Commission for Aid Impact by Fabian Hamilton, MP, 30 May 2014

     For more information and registration click here

 

  • Development Policy Beyond Aid, 12th May 2014

     For more information and registration click here

 

 

Information and resources from some of our past events

Past Events

Click on the links below for summaries of and resources from our past events.

 

PhD Fieldwork Locations

This section shows where some of RiDNet's members have conducted their fieldwork. Current students who are planning to conduct, or will be conducting, their fieldwork in a specific location may use it as a resource. 

Resources

Many of our events have produced valuable resources that can aid you in your research or fieldwork.

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