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Digital Global Development

Digital Global Development

The Digital Global Development Cluster will bring together a range of researchers across the University of Edinburgh in 2022/23 to offer answers to the following question: How is digitalization transforming international development in theory and practice? Each researcher will offer their own unique perspective, grounded in their particular work and the ways in which digital technology has been affecting and transforming the field they are working in. Please get in touch with the Cluster director, Andreas Hackl, If you would like to write a post. To find out more about the cluster, please visit:

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Michael Gallagher, Centre for Research in Digital Education   The practices of education the world over, and particularly in development contexts, are increasingly entangled in a network of global actors and agents: supranational and national policies and strategies such as the Sustainable Development Goals; non-government organisations (NGOs) that interpret and accelerate these policies; and commercial […]


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