November 3, 2022 | The article, written by MPP Candidate Jack Burnham, was based on a discussion held in McGill University which focused on " The future of national security in the world of the "n-block war." Panelists included Jennifer Welsh, Ali Dizboni and Vincent Rigby, while the panel was moderated by Andrew Pot

Classified as: mpp perspectives, public policy
Published on: 11 Nov 2022

October 14th, 2022 | In this article, Miriam Anderson and Marc Y. Valade find that women’s civil society built social networks reliant on cross-ethnic collaboration and the support of international actors during the peace negotiations. With the aid of those networks, they successfully entered formal politics and passed pro-women legislation, where they developed cross-party alliances and maintained close relationships with civil society, increasing their effectiveness in parliament.

Classified as: Miriam Anderson, WPS, Peace Talks, Burundi
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Published on: 14 Oct 2022

Alfonso Mucci, Emeritus Professor in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, has been elected an American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fellow. He joins 53 other individuals in the 2022 Class of Fellows. AGU, a nonprofit organization that supports 130,000 enthusiasts to experts worldwide in Earth and space sciences, annually recognizes a select number of individuals as part of its Honours and Recognition program. Since 1962, the AGU Fellows Committee has selected less than 0.1% of members as new Fellows.

Published on: 29 Sep 2022

Student funding available

Dialogue McGill is launching a call to fund students who are researching access to health care and social services for the English-speaking community in Quebec. This funding call is for a 1-year stipend to support undergraduate and graduate students completing a research project under the supervision of a faculty member and/or independent researcher.

Successful applicants will receive a stipend of $2,500 (undergraduate level) or $5,000 (graduate level).

Classified as: Research Proposals
Published on: 15 Sep 2022

It is with great pleasure that the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montréal (CIRM) welcomes Sam Victor, researcher in social anthropology and recipient of the 2022-2023 BMO postdoctoral fellowship!

Classified as: postdoctoral fellowship, Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montreal, Social Anthropology, Montreal
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Published on: 9 Sep 2022

On August 10, thirty or so undergraduate students gathered in Leacock 232 to share their experiences as researchers in the Faculty of Science over the summer.

Published on: 8 Sep 2022

August 4, 2022 | In an ongoing conversation about the role of energy transition in addressing climate change since the end of Kevin Page's Complexity Seminar, MPP alumnus Umer Farooq wrote this op-ed in collaboration with Page. Umer is a Master of Public Policy candidate at the Max Bell School of Public Policy at McGill University. He has a Doctorate in Engineering.

Classified as: climate change, mpp perspectives, public policy, Kevin Page
Published on: 6 Sep 2022

August 17th, 2022 | In this article, Dr. Maria Martin de Almagro and Dr. Pol Bargués identify that resilience has often been reduced to an egalitarian project—where mechanical policies and schemes are deployed to ameliorate the conditions of women, enhance their participation in decision-making and pursue the equality between women and men—to advance in sustaining peace.

Classified as: Maria Martin de Almagro Iniesta, Pol Bargués, RNWPS, feminism, WPS, peace, resilience
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Published on: 17 Aug 2022

Le 11 août 2022 | Cet essai de Bénédicte Santoire interroge, après une revue littéraire de trois grands ouvrages portant sur l'agenda Femmes, Paix, et Sécurité, l'applicabilité de cet agenda en adoptant un point de vue constructiviste et féministe critique, relève les diverses interprétations qui lui sont appliquées, et met en exergue les critiques et les défis à venir pour la prochaine décennie.

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Classified as: Benedicte Santoire, Resolution 1325, WPS, RNWPS
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Published on: 11 Aug 2022

August 10th, 2022 | In this article, Luna KC and Crystal Whetstone analyze the effects of COVID-19 on women and girls. It examines policy responses to the pandemic crisis and its implications on the women, peace, and security (WPS) agenda in postwar Nepal and Sri Lanka.

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Classified as: Luna KC, RNWPS, WPS, Nepal, Sri Lanka, covid-19, gendered risks
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Published on: 10 Aug 2022

August 1st, 2022 | In this article, Luna KC and Crystal Whetstone examine the localization of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 (hereafter 1325) on women, peace, and security (WPS) and its successor resolutions, which call for equal participation of women in conflict resolution, peace negotiations, and post-conflict development.

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Classified as: Luna KC, RNWPS, WPS, Nepal, Sri Lanka, localization, Resolution 1325, NAP
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Published on: 1 Aug 2022

This summer, the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montréal (CIRM) is happy to welcome Ph.D student in Geography Alex Gaio as well as lecturer and researcher in Sociolinguistics Fabio Scetti as part of a one-month and three-month research stay, respectively!

Classified as: Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montreal, Geography, sociolinguistics, survey
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Published on: 20 Jul 2022

In Policy Magazine's new Emerging Voices series by students, five Max Bell School MPPs were invited to write articles on issues important to them.

The fourth article is "A Plea for Greening Canada’s Housing Policy" about the housing and climate change crises wreaking havoc on the Canadian economy by Nimmi Hamid.

Classified as: mpp perspectives, climate change, public policy
Published on: 29 Jun 2022

In Policy Magazine's new Emerging Voices series by students, five Max Bell School MPPs were invited to write articles on issues important to them.

The fourth article is "Canada’s CANnabis, or CAN’Tabis ?" about Canada’s cannabis legalization review that was due in October 2021 - but it has yet to commence.

Nandini Paliwal is a master’s student at Max Bell School of Public Policy at McGill University and is a civil servant from India, currently on sabbatical.

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Classified as: mpp perspectives, cannabis, Cannabis research, public policy
Published on: 28 Jun 2022

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