ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS
The Center for Social Development Studies produces interdisciplinary critical research on development policy and practice in Southeast Asia that aims to be innovative, inclusive and sustainable.
We contribute to policy processes through undertaking research in collaboration with those involved in development policy and practice, participating in research, policy and academic networks, and by sharing our research publicly.
We support young and mid-career researchers and public intellectuals via the Master of Arts in International Development Studies (MAIDS) program, the Graduate Research in International Development (GRID) program, and the Faculty of Political Science, and through our fellowship programs and internships.
We organize public forums for debating critical issues on development by hosting seminars, conferences, and workshops.