“Future Himalaya Dialogue” May 23- 24, 2016May 23, 2016
British Academy International Partnership and Mobility Award Funded “Future Himalaya Dialogue” was organized on May 23-24, 2016. The event was organized by The University of Edinburgh Department of Anthropology and Global Development Academy, in collaboration with Southasia Institute of Advanced Studies, ForestAction, Institute of Social and Environmental Transition (ISET) Nepal, and Women Leading for Change in…
A Seminar on “Beyond Payments for Environmental Services: Lessons from Reciprocal Watershared Agreements in South America”February 11, 2016
Southasia Institute of Advanced Studied (SIAS) organized a seminar on “Beyond Payments for Environmental Services: Lessons from Reciprocal Watershared Agreements in South America” on February 11th, 2016 at SIAS Office New Baneshwor. The Seminar was delivered by Nigel Asquith. Nigel Asquith, PhD, is the Director of Strategy and Policy at the Natura Bolivia Foundation, having previously…
Eleventh Seminar of the series: “Himalaya, Climate Change and Development”December 22, 2015
The Eleventh seminar of the series ‘Himalaya, Climate Change and Development’ was organized on December 27 2015 (2:00-4:00 PM) at Local Development Training Academy (LDTA), Jawalakhel. The seminar was delivered by Dr.Dinesh Paudel from Appalachian State University, North Carolina, USA. His current research focuses on the politics of development, post-earthquake reconstruction, natural resources and rebellious…
Training Workshop on Gender Analysis in Climate Adaptive Water Resource Management 21st and 22nd January, 2017 in Dhulikhel, Nepal
SIAS organized a meeting with Stakeholders at Dharan
Discussion on Fragmented public authority and state un/making in the ‘new’ Republic of Nepal By Andrea Nightingale
Workshop on 18 Months after the Nepal’s Earthquakes: Practical Disaster Justice in the Recovery Work
Master Thesis Grant (Closed)
Workshop on ’18 Months after the Nepal’s Earthquakes Practical Disaster Justice in the Recovery Work’
NASC Discussion Series XX on Disaster Governance in Nepal: Policy, Practice and Challenges’.
Independent Evaluation Report of Multi -Stakeholder Forestry Program Implemented by Ministry of Forest and Soil Conservation 2073
Gender reforms in Nepal: Retreat or Predicaments? A review of the politics and practice of women‘s rights
Local Politics and Administrative Capacity for Disaster Response: Insights from a Case Study of Lamjung District in Nepal
Climate change, local politics and institutional responses in Nepal: A synthesis of research findings
Climate Adaptive Water Management Plans for Cities in South Asia
(CAMPS) is one of the projects funded under the Cities and Climate Change Initiative by
IDRC in developing countries.
This four-year research program aims to enhance scientific understanding of
how climate change produces concerns for legitimacy, conflict and violence in the
governance of forests and water resources.