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Governance and Inclusive Development (GID)

Governance and Inclusive Development (GID)

Human Geography, Planning and International Development Studies

GID aims to understand how changing geo-processes influence the capabilities of actors at various administrative levels and how these actors in turn influence geo-processes. It focuses at local (urban/rural) through to global levels.

Transformations in political, economic, financial, social, legal, environmental, educational and cultural landscapes at multiple levels of governance are interconnected and widespread.

Linked to processes of uneven development, global environmental change, globalization and changing geo-politics, they underpin the need for rethinking the governance of sustainable development capacities in low, middle and high-income nations.

Three research clusters

GID has three clusters:

  1. Urban governance and resilient development
  2. Governance of natural resources and wellbeing
  3. Governance of education, development and social justice

Research goals

The team focuses on the strategic issues of multi-level (glocal) governance and inclusive development. The reason for doing this is that drivers of change and development processes emerge and interact at all scale levels in unpredictable ways. Such dynamics include feedback loops at primary, secondary and tertiary levels. 

Centre for Sustainable Development Studies (CSDS)

GID supports the Centre for Sustainable Development Studies (CSDS)

Programme leaders

Prof. J. (Joyeeta) Gupta

Joyeeta Gupta