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Development features rural and industrial transformation

Development is the quarterly journal of the Society for International Development

Development journalTwo new issues of SID quarterly journal Development have been just released: Volume 58.2/3 on Rural Transformations and Volume 58.4 on Sustainable Industrial Transformation. Rural and industrial transformation are both considered crucial steps for many countries and as such have been captured by the Agenda 2030 to narrow the development gap.

What does such transformation mean and imply from the point of view of grassroots, local communities, small farmers and small poducers? The common message of these two important issues is that such transformation shall imply a structural and revolutionary change, move towards inclusiveness, sustainability and fairness, be built on human rights and people sovereignity and be led by political vision and effective governance.

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Rural Transformations
Vol.58.2/3
Press release (http://www. sidint.net/content/development-vol-5823-explores-rural-transformation-context-agenda-2030)
Editorial (http://link. springer.com/article/10.105 7/s41 301-016-0056-7)
Table of Content (http://link. springer.com/journal/41 301/58/2/page/1)
Explores the concept of rural transformation in the context of the Agenda 2030 presenting visions and alternatives of rural communities as central subjects of this process, often challenged by the hegemonic and homogenizing forces that drive the evolution of the global food system.

Sustainable Industrial Transformation
Vol. 58.4
Press release (http://www. sidint.net/content/development-volume-584-sustainable-industrial-transformation-out-now)
Editorial (http://link. springer.com/article/10.105 7/s41 301-017-0061-5/fulltext.html)
Table of Content (http://link. springer.com/journal/41 301/58/4/page/1)
Addresses some of the modern approaches to industrial policymaking, and sheds light on its important contribution to the achievement of any future development goal, thus establishing a new foundation for the role of industrialization in development thinking and theory.

Development is the flagship journal of the Society for International Development (SID) published for 60 years. With alternative perspectives on civil society, development policy and community based strategies for livelihoods, gender and social justice, Development provides readers with sharp, critical views and in-depth analysis on the challenging issues of today's rapidly changing world. It is published by Palgrave Macmillan on behalf of SID.
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Next issue:
Feminist Futures
Joint issue with AWID (http://www. awid.org)
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Captures the feminist knowledge and debates on ‘Feminist Futures: Building Collective Power for Rights and Justice’, as developed during the 13th AWID Forum in Brasil (September 2016). Explores ways to move beyond current framings of resistance and provides examples of innovative and cross-movement strategies to address today's challenges facing us today of violence and inequality.