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GRG is a digital platform that integrates academic and non-academic information sources. The main objective with the gateway is to enhance knowledge of, and research on global processes and their impact on contemporary society.
The Gateway combines information about various development-related subjects, influential global actors and relevant macro-level issues. Themes addressed are: democracy & human rights, development, education, environment, food & agriculture, gender, health, peace & conflict, population and public policy.
Any questions or comments regarding GRG? Please contact Maja Carlson at the Social Sciences Faculty library or add your comments in the feedback box to the right.
The Faculty Subject Guides
Check out the other subject guides!
The guides are created for students, teachers and researchers to easily get an overview and guideance within the subject fields. The subject guides contain both licensed and free resources. To access the licensed resources you will have to log in with your student account (previously STiL) or LU-account (LUCAT).
There are several subject guides within the social sciences:
The Social Sciences Faculty Subject Guides