Global and development-related research

News archive for Global and development-related research

Independent policy research organisations are rapidly emerging in the Global South, but little is known about their interaction with universities and policymakers.
UiB anthropologists go to Tanzania to secure footage of secret ritual that is about to die out. This film provides a close encounter with anthropologists and the people they study.
The Wolof words jàmm (peace/ unity), jom (respect/dignity) and mun (patience/perseverance) are central to values held by many of Senegal’s communities.
“Education is the key to lifting more people out of poverty,” says Anne Christine Johannessen, the University of Bergen’s new Vice-Rector for International Affairs.
Feedback from the participants reveals that Bergen Summer Research School (BSRS) continues to challenge students with new ideas and interdisciplinary approaches.