The Journal of Peace, Conflict & Development (PC&D) is an online, open-access, peer-reviewed academic journal that bridges theory and practice in the fields of peace, conflict and international development. Led by the doctoral researchers of the Faculty of Social Sciences it publishes academic articles, practitioners’ perspectives and book reviews biannually (July and December).
The Development Working Paper Series for academics provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and debate across disciplines.
The Bradford Development Lectures are a series of lectures given by key practitioners working in the International Development field. The first lecture was given by Baroness Lynda Chalker, the then minister of Overseas Development Administration in 1991. Since then we have had a number of world renowned speakers including Mark Goldring, Hilary Benn, Sir Cripsin Tickell and Professor Nicholas Stern.