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Hadeer El Shafie

DPhil Student

Hadeer is currently working on citizenship and collective environmental action in urban areas. She is particularly interested in the relation between individual-level and collective-level motivations to act pro-envrionmentally, and how both levels shape and are shaped by self-perception of citizenship.

Her earlier research looked at the dynamics governing common-pool resource management in developing countries, with a focus on inland fisheries. Prior to joining IDS, Hadeer was a researcher, consultant and a teaching assistant. Hadeer holds a BA in Political Economy and MA in Development (Political Science), both degrees are from the American University in Cairo.

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Publications

Journal Article

The Dialectics of Urban Form and Violence

IDS Bulletin 47.2

Violence is increasingly a defining characteristic of urban living in both conflict and non-conflict settings. This has important consequences for the relatively under-researched links between urban violence, the processes of state building, and wider development goals.

29 April 2016

Hadeer El Shafie’s recent work

Cluster

Resource Politics

Resource politics – the politics of access, use and control of resources as well as contested knowledge claims around these – has leapt up the global development agenda in recent years. Climate change, ‘planetary boundaries’, humanity’s survival and role in the Anthropocene and the...