• Financial Contributions


  • SPARC maintains a resource center consisting of books on a wide range of topics such as psychology, politics, sociology, history, political science, languages, globalization, human rights, religion, economics, poverty gender, local government and politics etc.


  • International exchange programs


  • Training programs for academics


International Exchange Programs and Training

The Centre has been able to offer several opportunities for academics and young graduates to enhance their skills and competencies in research and various subject areas. The mobility program for staff and the ASCENT project executed in 2017 and 2019 respectively are a few examples. Close to 20 academics from Faculty of Arts have benefited from these programs and 5 academics have secured PhD placements in the United Kingdom and Germany.


New Developments of SPARC

The second lecture was conducted by Professor Ryan Alaniz, an Associate Professor of Sociology at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, California on the topic: “From tragedy to opportunity: post disaster resettlement and community building in Honduras”.