The University of Glasgow Centre for International Development builds on the University's historical tradition of engagement with low-income countries through its unique range of expertise in the areas of human well being and animal health, the economy, the environment, learning and citizenship.
The aim of the Centre is to use their strong interdisciplinary approach to make a significant contribution to international development through new partnerships with Universities in the Global South; contribution to the UN Millennium Development Goals; linking with the UN and other stakeholders.
The Centre is focused around four key areas which bring together researchers from across the University:
- Environmental, management and infrastructure
- Education, lifelong learning and global citizenship
- Economic development
For more information about our work in the area of International Development, click on one of the research stories in the right hand column, visit the Centre for International Development website or contact:
Professor John Briggs
+44 (0) 141 330 5407