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    2nd DAAD Centres for Excellence Alumni Conference
    22.11.2018 GGCDS | Brendan Proctor

      Sustainable Development in Africa: The Role of Science and Education – was the topic of the 2nd DAAD Centres for Excellence Alumni Conference in Ghana. The conference was organized by the Ghanaian Alumni Network (IGAN) with the support of the Institute for Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER), University of Ghana, the Ghanaian-German Centre […]

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    NEW DAAD Sur-Place Stipend Program for the Ghanaian-German Center for Development Studies
    26.04.2017 GGCDS | Brendan Proctor

    The Ghanaian-German Center for Development Studies (GGCDS) is a DAAD Center of African Excellence established at the University of Ghana in collaboration between ZEF and the Institute for Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER). Since its inception in 2008, the GGCDS has successfully established a PhD program in Development Studies and promoted academic exchange and […]

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    Call open for 2017 GGCDS PhD-Course in Development Studies
    01.02.2017 GGCDS | Brendan Proctor

    The Ghanaian-German Centre for Development Studies (GGCDS) offers 7 PhD-Positions at the University of Ghana, starting in August 2017. Since Ghanaian and international applicants will be considered, we would like to invite you to circulate the call in your networks (see attached pdf-file). The deadline for applications is 31st of March 2017 Thank you very […]

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    Networking Visit of Prof. Julian May at the Center for Development Research (ZEF), University of Bonn
    18.12.2016 GGCDS, SA-GER CDR | Brendan Proctor

    As part of the networking activities between the Ghanaian-German Center for Development Studies (GGCDS) and the South African-German Centre for Development Research (SA-GER CDR), the South African director Prof. Julian May visited ZEF, the German collaborating partner of the GGCDS, on December 15, 2016.  At ZEF he met with colleagues to discuss possibilities of future […]

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    Workshop Report: Civilizing Resource Investments and Extractive Industries: Societal Negotiations and the Role of Law – 22.-23.09.2016, at the Center for Development Research, University of Bonn
    05.10.2016 GGCDS, TGCL | Brendan Proctor

    The accelerating global scramble for natural resources has continued to push the accumulation of land and other natural resources to ever new frontiers, especially the ‘global south’. Increasing investments in the global south were driven by the availability of resources and the increased profitability of investments in ‘risky’ environments during periods of raw material price […]

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    2016 Summer School of the Ghanaian-German Centre of Excellence for Development Studies
    02.08.2016 GGCDS | Brendan Proctor

    The Ghanaian-German Centre of Excellence for Development Studies is a collaborative venture between the Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER), University of Ghana and the Centre for Development Research (ZEF), University of Bonn, Germany. The Centre is being funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) under the Centres of Excellence for Teaching […]

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    Workshop on ‘ Civilizing Resource Investmnet and Extractive Industries’ by ZEF and the GGCDS, Bonn, 22.09-23.09.16
    13.07.2016 GGCDS | Brendan Proctor

    Dear colleagues, this is to inform you about a workshop  ‘Civilizing Resource Investments and Extractive Industries: Societal Negotiations and the Role of Law’ that is organized by ZEF and the Ghanain-German Center for Development Studies at ZEF, Bonn, 22.-23-09.2016. The workshop brings together experts, activists, and post-graduate students. Interested colleagues and students could apply for […]

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    The Ghanaian-German Centre for Development Studies
    21.06.2016 GGCDS | Brendan Proctor

    The Ghanaian-German Centre for Development Studies was established in 2008 and addresses development related challenges by offering an interdisciplinary PhD programme. Each year up to 5 scholarships can be awarded. The german partner is the University of Bonn, (South-East Asien Studies, Department of Political and Cultural Change). To read more about the programme click here: […]

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