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The department equips students with practical professional skills which can be applied to address critical contemporary challenges, such as the poverty, corruption, poor governance, inequity, lack of human rights and social injustice faced by developing countries all over the world

Recent Events

Life at Daffodil is very much eventful. Through a lot of meaningful and impactful events students get the opportunity to develop their skills and portfolio beyond the curriculam

19 Feb 2019

Writing a Research Proposal: Selecting a Research Topic and Conducting Literature Review

Facilitator: Dr. M. Saiful Islam, Department of Development Studies, University of Dhaka
Date: February 19, 2019, MC, Main Campus, DIU

25 May 2017

Protecting the human rights of Bangladeshi domestic female workers

Protecting the human rights of Bangladeshi domestic female workers working in the Gulf countries

Facilitators:
Dr. M. Saiful Islam, Department of Development Studies, University of Dhaka and
Dr. M. Jalal Uddin Sikder, Department of General Education, ULAB
Date: May 25, 2017, Auditorium-71, DIU

30 Oct 2018

Sustainable Human Development and Third World Nations

Sustainable Human Development and Third World Nations: An Assessment Based on HDI Reports

Facilitator: Professor Dr. A. H. M. Zehadul Karim, Department of Anthropology, Jagannath University and Adjunct Professor, IIUM, Malaysia
Date: October 30, 2018, MC, Main Campus, DIU

 

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