The MA in Environment, Society and Development comprises two core elements: firstly, it involves a critique of interventionism and the various practices of development, environmental management and securitization that define our world; and secondly it considers practically how that critique can enable more community-based, human-centred and environmentally just forms of governance. The programme engages with a range of multidisciplinary concerns, from geopolitics to political ecology, and exposes students to vital global challenges encompassing a complex array of environmental, social and economic processes. The MA culminates each year with students working with the United Nations Development Programme in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Environment Society & Development
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