The research priorities of the Centre are clustered around five broadly distinct but deeply interconnected domains that we call Research Hubs:
Important themes such as gender, identities, ethnicity, and diversity recur and cut across each of these domains. Research Hubs bring a robust and complementary offering of development research and a critical mass of expertise to undertake large-scale research to produce insights for global development. Research Hubs also synthesise the current research in their area to identify and frame future research agendas. Membership of Research Hubs is voluntary, and colleagues are encouraged to engage with the work and activities of multiple Hubs to encourage dialogue around synergies and opportunities for collaboration.
We explore diversity and inequality in health and wellbeing from the cradle to the grave.
We research how language and culture enable or hinder equality, justice and fairness in times of rapid social change worldwide.
We research the learning that takes place in schools, informal and community settings and its impact on children, young people and educators.
We explore the ways in which accessible technologies can be harnessed to improve professional learning and practice for front-line workers in health and education, often in challenging circumstances.
We focus on how young people manage transitions toward adulthood in diverse and often challenging circumstances.
Whatever your reasons for wanting to connect with us, you can contact us via email or social media on the addresses below