Rabiatu Abass, a University of Ghana student, reflects on her recent visit to Cape Town, her first time in South Africa, where she attended ASSAR's annual meeting and presented her research for the first time at an international conference: Adaptation Futures 2018.
ASSAR's household-level research uncovers how men and women in rural India experience risk and paints a fuller picture of food security.
Winners of the Climate Change Adaptation Through Youth Innovation competition visit University of Ghana, share adaptation ideas, and leave motivated to take action on environmental issues. Words by Prosper Adiku.
ASSAR's Maitreyi Koduganti Venkata reflects on her first time presenting at an international climate change conference, Adaptation Futures 2018, held in Cape Town, South Africa.
Jesse DeMaria Kinney (Oxfam GB) reflects back on the Adaptation Futures Conference and calls for more adaptation action building on the rich pool of global research and knowledge now available.
During the month of June, the ASSAR research team celebrated the publication of five new journal articles based on their findings in Southern Africa, West Africa, East Africa and India. Find them all here.
The recent Adaptation Futures conference saw a strong representation of ASSAR researchers who used the platform to showcase their research findings. Download our quick guide for a list, and links to PDFs, of their presentations and posters.
The ASSAR migration research team have developed a brilliant new how-to guide to lead researchers, step-by-step, through the process of using the life history approach to conduct interviews.
Decentralisation is a complex process. ASSAR's research from Namibia illustrates the pitfalls of pursuing decentralisation and participatory governance without investing adequately in strengthening the capacity of local actors.
As part ASSAR's efforts to re-steer the climate change adaptation narrative, we are happy to announce the publication of the book A Critical Approach to Climate Change Adaptation: Discourses, Policies and Practices.
This brieﬁng note discusses various adaptation strategies and prospects across three important 'hotspots' in India.