I’m excited to announce that I have been selected as one of just a few young at heart Canadians to help launch and develop a new global youth development initiative called EQWIP HUBs! I will spend 6 months in Bolivia to help launch and develop one of 17 youth innovation spaces, with a focus on youth unemployment and sustainable youth livelihoods.
The Canadian Association for the Study of International Development is pleased to support regional events in 2018. These events strive to bring students, academics, practitioners and the general public together to examine a variety of development issues.
We are pleased to announce the creation of Women's & Gender Studies Research Network (WGSRN) with 17 eJournals focusing on major areas of scholarship.
It will provide a worldwide, online community for women's & gender studies research and the intersection of these studies and other areas of research, following the model of SSRN's other disciplinary networks.
The Institute for the Study of International Development will be offering its popular executive education certificate program, International Development: Bridging The Worlds Of Theory, Policy And Practice from
The government of Canada has released the Organizational Chart for the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD). It can be seen in the attached file.
Authorities in Canada and Mali couldn’t find a Burundian man accused of embezzling $30,000 in aid money. Is a spelling mistake to blame?
The Minister of International Cooperation, the Honourable Beverley J. Oda, announced today during the Fourth High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness (HLF4), that the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) has become a member of the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI).
OTTAWA — Five years after Canada promised to build 42 schools to help Pakistan recover from an earthquake that killed tens of thousands, the buildings are still in the planning stages, with no timeline for completion.
The $20-million project was announced originally in October 2006, one year after a magnitude 7.6 earthquake, centred in Kashmir, killed an estimated 73,000 people.
At the time, the Canadian International Development Agency described the project as a major priority.