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What is International Development?
‘Development’ is a broad and highly contested concept, which over time has been defined from a wide variety of perspectives. International development studies treat issues such as poverty, inequality, environmental sustainability, international humanitarian aid, colonial legacies or imposed Westernization.
In KCLID, we aim to achieve a more profound and open-minded understanding of ‘international development’ and what it implies for our world nowadays.
How do I attend events?
You will find all the information regarding our coming exciting events (location, time, speakers attending, etc.) on our Facebook page @KCLID.
How do I become a member?
In order to join our society, you can purchase your KCLID membership at kclsu.org.
Can I write/ collaborate for the DID magazine?
Our DID magazine will be up and running by the end of the current school year. For inquiries about collaborating and writing for us, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are the events only accessible for members?
All members and non-members of the International Development society are welcome to attend the public events we host. Find all the information on our Facebook page!