Research Centre for Global Development (C4Globe)
The UCLan Research Centre for Global Development brings together researchers from all subject areas to develop robust and equitable research partnerships that will address major challenges to society.
Working with international partners and communities, we uphold the values of fairness, respect, care and honesty and are closely aligned to the United Nations UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. A key commitment of this agenda is to “leave no-one behind”, meaning that the needs of those most marginalised and disadvantaged will be prioritised.
News and events
- Professor Nicola Lowe took part in a webinar about equitable partnerships in international research: Power and priorities: equitable partnerships in Agriculture, Nutrition and Health research.
- In January 2020, the C4Globe team took part in a Sandpit event to develop multi-team, interdisciplinary research proposals.
- In October 2019, the BIZIFED2 team travelled to Islamabad to share findings, review progress so far and discuss our plans for the next 18 months.
- The Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) is a £1.5 billion fund announced by the UK Government in late 2015 to support cutting-edge research that addresses the challenges faced by developing countries. Read our impact case studies.
CVCL Agadir Orphanage Project
Staff and students from our Centre for Volunteering and Community Leadership have visited Morocco several times to support local communities. Student volunteers from across the University delivered workshops and skill sharing activities with orphans in Agadir and people who are recovering from alcohol and substance addiction.