Research on sustainable, resilient development pathways is at a crossroads. Many resilience studies are hampered by underlying theories of change that are unable to embrace the complexities of conflict, gender, and other social inequalities that shape poverty and transformation on the ground (Cote and Nightingale, 2012; Eriksen et al., 2015; Feola, 2015). This is especially the case in poor, already fragile parts of the world that are facing recurrent food insecurity, political violence and consequent emigration. There is an urgent need to better understand how existing inequalities and conflicts shape the effectiveness of sustainable development and climate resilience efforts.
|Effective start/end date||15/07/20 → 30/01/22|