The Development Journal is SID’s flagship publication and has been published continually since 1957. The journal enjoys broad readership within the development community.
Now in its 65th volume, Development is focusing on the wider dialogue of the future of development, featuring a series of innovative debates on how to find positive ways of tackling the many environmental and sustainability challenges humanity is facing today. SID collaborates with leading organizations to gain further insight into various key areas and link to the global and local policy processes in the broader context of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Development is published as a quarterly journal by Springer Nature (formerly Palgrave Macmillan UK) on behalf of SID. One of the benefits of SID membership is that members are entitled to access the journal online archives and to receive special discounts for print (hard) copies of the journal.
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This Journal issue intends to contribute to ongoing debates and political struggles around The Right to Development, within a robust normative framework to break with theatrical multilateralism and deepen the human rights foundations for multilateral governance reforms.