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Collaborations & Partners

Members of the Centre for International Development have a strong track record of international development consultancy and advisory work with leading international development actors, including the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, CAFOD, Shared Interest, Mekong River Commission, German Development Cooperation (GIZ), Global Learning Programme and Think Global.

If you are interested in talking to us about potential collaborations in our areas of work (Volunteering, Citizenship & Civil Society; Environmental Crises & Sustainability; Participatory Design & Digital Civics; and Migration & Inclusive Development), please contact Prof Matt Baillie Smith

We have collaborated with a wide range of international and national academic institutions, NGOs, international organisations and policy think tanks, including:

  • Anna University, India
  • CAFOD, UK
  • Comrades of Children Overseas (COCO), UK
  • CORDAID, Netherlands
  • German Development Institute
  • International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)
  • Kenya Wildlife Conservation Society
  • Kenya Wildlife Service
  • Latin American Mining Monitoring Programme
  • Madras Institute for Development Studies, India
  • Mbarara University of Science and Technology, Uganda
  • MASIFUNDISE, South Africa
  • Mujeres de Asfalto, Ecuador
  • National Taiwan University
  • South Indian Federation of Fishermen Societies (SIFFS)
  • Stockholm Resilience Centre, Sweden
  • Swedish Red Cross
  • The International Network of Women's Funds
  • Uganda Martyrs University, Uganda
  • Universidad Católica de Temuco, Chile
  • Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador
  • University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • University of British Colombia, Canada
  • University of Cape Town, South Africa
  • University of East Anglia, UK
  • University of Jaffna, Sri Lanka
  • University of Ruhuna, Sri Lanka
  • Voluntary Services Overseas (VSO)

 

 


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