DevRes 2021

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Welcome and Panel session
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09:30-10:30
Session 1. Sustainability system and policy concepts on global and regional level (SDG 7, 14)
10:45-12:15
Session 2. Infrastructure, industry, land: conflicts and community resistance (SDG 9, 12)
10:45-12:15
Session 3. Sustainable dryland development for livestock keepers in sub-Saharan Africa (SDG 8, 16)
10:45-12:15
Session 4. Agricultural and technological transformations for sustainable development (SDG 6, 7)
10:45-12:15
Session 5. (Part one) Agronomy at work (SDG 2, 1)
10:45-11:45
Session 6. Gender and inclusion in agriculture (SDG 5, 10)
10:45-11:45
Session 7. Bridging the gap between researchers and policy-makers – How to increase the use of development research in policy making? (SDG 17)
10:45-12:15
Session 8. (Part one) Grand masterplans and the mundane everyday (SDG 5, 7)
10:45-12:15
Session 9. Women’s entrepreneurship and agricultural transformation in Africa (SDG 5, 8)
10:45-12:15
Keynote 1. Thomas Tufte
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13:15-14:00
Session 10. Transforming health systems: strategies and impacts (SDG 3, 11)
14:15-15:45
Session 11. Antimicrobial resistance & international Tele-Medicine. How to reach the hardest-to-reach areas? (SDG 3, 10)
14:15-15:45
Session 12. Public policies, extension and advisory services for advancing sustainable development (SDG 9, 13
14:15-15:15
Session 13. Climate change –resilience, mitigation and adaptation (SDG 13, 2)
14:15-15:15
Session 14. Dialogue on opportunities and needs within Development Research
14:15-15:45
Session 15. Dealing with inherent inequalities. The promises and tensions of partnership, ownership and participation in development cooperation (SDG7, 10)
14:15-15:45
Session 16. (Part two) Grand masterplans and the mundane everyday (SDG 9, 7)
14:15-15:45
Session 17. Gendered critiques and transformations for sustainable development (SDG 12)
14:15-15:45
SIDA seminar: Mobility support to Swedish researchers
14:15-15:45
Poster session 1
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16:00-16:45
Plenary 1. Water and human settlements
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09:00-10:30
Session 18. The governance, design, and practice of aid (SDG17)
10:45-12:15
Session 19. Agenda 2030 Through Knowledge Action Networks (SDG 11, 8)
10:45-11:45
Session 20. (Part one) Engendering rural transformation for sustainable development (SDG 1, 2)
10:45-12:15
Session 21. The demographic transition: health impacts and systems responses (SDG 3, 10)
10:45-12:15
Session 22. (Part one) Transformative Forest and Landscape Restoration to achieve the SDGs – Research, theory and practice (SDG 15, 2)
10:45-12:15
Session 23. Development Thinking in Flux — Continuity and/or Change (SDG 17)
10:45-12:15
Session 24. Sustainable living conditions and inclusion for all? Bridging the gap between research and practice to achieve social sustainability in a growing city (SDG 11, 12)
10:45-12:15
Session 25. Responding to Covid-19: opportunities for transformation? (SDG 3)
10:45-12:15
Session 36. Markets and financing for sustainable development (SDG 9, 8)
10:45-11:45
Keynote 2. Ellinor Ädelroth - “Enough is enough”
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13:15-14:00
Session 26. Novel sustainable approaches for mitigation of environmental challenges (SDG 3, 6)
14:15-15:15
Session 27. Fulfilling young people’s sexual and reproductive rights: a cornerstone for development (SDG 3, 5)
14:15-15:45
Session 28. (Part two) Engendering rural transformation for sustainable development (SDG 1, 2)
14:15-15:45
Session 29. The impact of Covid-19 on sustainable development (SDG 3)
14:15-15:45
Session 30. (Part two) Transformative Forest and Landscape Restoration to achieve the SDGs – Research, theory and practice (SDG 15, 2)
14:15-15:45
Session 31. Gender expertise and the construction of sustainable development (SDG 5, 16)
14:15-15:45
Session 32. Development for whom: Revisiting inequality and social injustice in sustainable development (SDG 10)
14:15-15:45
Session 33. Working Online: Participatory Media in the Pandemic (SDG 9)
14:15-15:45
Session 34. Electronics in Circular Economy – The Role of Critical Metals (SDG XX)
14:15-15:45
Poster session 2.
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16:00-16:45
Plenary 2. Climate and health - ” Opportunities for health, societal and environmental transformation related to climate change and other converging global crises”
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09:00-10:30
Session 35. Agroforestry, Livelihoods and Resilience: How to translate research into policy and practice at scale (SDG 15, 2)
10:45-12:15
Session 37. Hybrid governance: What does it mean for sustainable futures? (SDG 17, 10)
10:45-12:15
Sessoin 38. Sustainable food systems (SDG 2, 1)
10:45-11:45
Session 39. Pandemics and Poverty: Health Research Prioritization, Wildlife transmission, Preparedness (SDG 3, 1)
10:45-12:15
Session 40. (Part one) Post-war transitions, peacebuilding and development (SDG 16)
10:45-12:15
Session 41. Regulating and contesting political rule in Africa: elections and transitions (SDG 16)
10:45-12:15
Session 42. The Role of Media and Communication when Advancing Sustainable Transformations (SDG XX)
10:45-12:15
Poster session 3.
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13:15-14:00
Session 44. Sexual and reproductive health: in times of transitions (SDG 3, 5)
14:15-15:45
Session 45. Perspectives on the sustainable development goals (SDG 17)
14:15-15:45
Session 46. Tree cover and forest dynamics (SDG 15, 13)
14:15-15:15
Session 47. (Part two) Agronomy at work (SDG 2, 1)
14:15-15:15
Session 48. Stakeholders involved in the advancement of a sustainable transformation (SDG 16, 9)
14:15-15:15
Session 49. (Part two) Post-war transitions, peacebuilding and development (SDG 16)
14:15-15:45
Session 50. Negative effects of negative emissions? Potential adverse social and/or ecological effects of carbon forestry initiatives in low-income countries (SDG 13)
14:15-15:45
Session 51. Mobilization, mobility, labor and development in an unequal world (SDG 10)
14:15-15:45
Plenary 4. What´s next? Closure
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16:00-16:45