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Session Overview
Session
Book Launch Session
Time:
Monday, 05/July/2021:
5:00pm - 6:00pm


Session Abstract

Book launch information:

Several books will be launched during this book launch session. Confirmed books are the following:

Annelies Zoomers, Maggi Leung, Kei Otsuki, Guus van Westen (eds) Handbook of Translocal Development and Global Mobilities (2021). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar 

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Speakers: Kei Otsuki (editor, author) and Griet Steel (author)

Description: This Handbook demonstrates that global linkages, flows and circulations merit a more central place in theorization about development. Calling for a mobilities turn, it challenges the sedentarist assumptions which still underlie development policy making and planning for the future. The aim of the discussion is to  reflect on the usefulness of this translocal perspectives in our own research and the agenda to establish ‘solidarity’ in development planning and projects.

Westoby, P., Botes,L., (2020) Does Community Development Work?: Stories and practice for reconstructed community development in South Africa, Rugby, UK: Practical Action Publishing HTTP://dx.doi.org/10.3362/9781788531320 

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Speaker:  Lucius Botes (author) - North-West University, South Africa 

Descritpion: The book is highlighting useful practice frameworks for community development workers to answer the question of what makes community development effective. Grounded in stories of South African community development practice - dealing with issues such as housing, urban farming, land, cooperatives, education and community protests - this book combines story, conceptual insight and theoretical discourse.

 

Cheney, K., & Sinervo, A. (eds). Disadvantaged Childhoods and Humanitarian Intervention (2019).  Palgrave Macmillan.

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Speaker: Aviva Sinervo

Description: This edited volume explores how transnational charitable industries are created and mobilized around childhood need in order to redirect global resource flows and sentiments to address concerns of child suffering. The chapters discuss examples from around the world to show how, as much as these processes can help achieve the goals of aid organizations, such practices can also perpetuate the conditions that organizations seek to alleviate and thereby endanger the very children they intend to help.


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