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Wellbeing and Poverty Pathways is an ESRC/DFID funded research project exploring the links between wellbeing and poverty in developing countries.

The project has completed 2 rounds of fieldwork in 2010-11 and 2012-3 in rural communities in Zambia and India. In March 2014, our India briefing paper 'Social Protection and Wellbeing: Food Security in Adivasi communities, Chhattisgarh, India' was presented through seminars and meetings with academics, policy-makers, activists and practitioners in Delhi and Allahabad. The briefing paper 'The Politics of Wellbeing, Conservation and Development in Chiawa, Zambia' was presented in a series of meetings with multi-lateral, bi-lateral and national and international non-governmental organisations in Lusaka in December.

Our final UK conference Wellbeing and Subjectivity in International Development took place on 8-9th January 2014 in Oxford, bringing together the experience of academics and practitioners. You can read a blog about the event, and download resources from the conference, including paper abstracts and presentations.