Global South Forum

Category Archives: GSF BLOG

GSF BLOG

GSF Bulletin

By Fiona Ngarachu |

The January -March 2013 edition of the Global South Forum Bulletin is now out. Featuring articles on the theme of interdiscplinary approaches to research and development this is a must read for anyone in the field. Download it through the link below and feel free to comment on this blog! GSF Bulletin V1I2

Also posted in GSF Bulletin | 2 Comments


Dr. Martin Mulenga at GSF

By Fiona Ngarachu |

Dr. Martin Mulenga, ┬á(http://www.iied.org/users/martin-mulenga)┬ásenior researcher at the International Institute for Environment and Development will be leading a seminar discussion at the Global South Forum titled: Urban water and sanitation challenges in low income countries. When: Wed 13th of Feb Time: 2.00 – 3.00pm Where:Building 58/Room 1025 Who: Open to all staff and students Dr. Mulenga […]

Also posted in Seminar Series | Leave a comment


GSF Film Night – The sound of Mumbai

By Fiona Ngarachu |

Come join us this Wednesday at the University of Southampton for a spectacular musical (well, the video version anyway). Titled the Sound of Mumbai, follow these children from the slums as they embark on an amazing choral performance. Chech out the trailer below! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IXmuKT5Mtjg When: Wed 6th Feb. 5.00pm to 6.00pm Where: Building 58, room […]

Also posted in Film Series | Leave a comment


PopFest 2013 Call for Papers

By Fiona Ngarachu |

This year, the Division of Social Statistics and Demography is hosting the POPFest 2013 conference. Not just for those in statistics and population studies, check out their call for papers attached. The Global South Forum are going to have a poster/stand at the event so please join in as well. ┬áSpread the word in your […]

Tagged , , | Leave a comment


Film Night Wed 23rd Jan – Life and Debt

By Fiona Ngarachu |

Today we will be screening the documentary, Life and Debt which addresses the impact of the international monetary fund, the world bank and the inter – american development bank and current globalization policies on a developing country┬álike Jamaica     ŃÇÇ ┬á  

Also posted in Film Series | 1 Comment


By Fiona Ngarachu |

This week the Global South Forum will be screening the documentary “Harvesting Hunger” at the University of Southampton, Building 58, Room 1065 from 6.00-7.00pm: Harvesting Hunger is a journey into this impending world of hunger and famine, an exploration of the deepening crisis in food security in India. The film revolves around four case studies […]

Also posted in Film Series | Leave a comment


First Bulletin of the Global South Forum

By Fiona Ngarachu |

The Global South Forum is pleased to present the first volume of its quarterly bulletin. The theme of this issue was on introducing the work of the Global South Forum including the thematic areas as well as upcoming schedule of activities. You can access a pdf version of the bulletin through the link below: GSF […]

Also posted in GSF Bulletin | Leave a comment


Professor Nyovanni Madisse opens GSF seminar series

By Fiona Ngarachu |

The Global South Forum seminar series was officially kicked off on the 31st of October by Professor Nyovanni Madisse, from the Social Statistics and Demography department who is also the ┬áDirector of GHP3 (Centre for Global Health, Population, Poverty and Policy). Her talk was an insightful opening into perceptions of development and how these have […]

Also posted in Seminar Series | Leave a comment


GSF Seminar: Marlon Parker WOWS!

By Fiona Ngarachu |

The Global South Forum was pleased to host Marlon Parker, the founder of RLABS, all the way from Cape Town South Africa ┬áat our monthly seminar series. His presentation completely took us away and got us thinking (or rather rethinking) how we engage with our audiences and the subjects of our research, not only in […]

Also posted in Seminar Series | Leave a comment


  • Tags

    • The RSS feed for this twitter account is not loadable for the moment.

    Follow @gs_forum on twitter.