On January 24, Dilson Rassier, Dean of the Faculty of Education, spoke at the United Nations’ headquarters in New York as part of the UN’s inaugural International Day of Education, telling delegates that knowledge is the key to a better world.
Today we are kicking off day 1 of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence campaign by sharing this powerful Girlfesto!
Monday, November 12th at the McGill Art Hive a lively group of students, activists and film enthusiasts gathered to celebrate the 6th International Cellphilm Festival: Making Community.
On September 27th, 2018 the IHDW held its first Think Tank: “Reflecting Forward 2018.” This event invited professors, graduate students and community leaders from Montreal and beyond to discuss the promotion of well-being at McGill and in the broader community, bringing brought together 35-40
We are pleased to share with you some of the activities that have been organized and supported by McGill's Institute for Human Development and Well-being (IHDW) during the past year.
A recent gathering organized by the Faculty of Education’s Dr. Claudia Mitchell brought together voices from around the world to examine and eliminate gender-based violence.
IHDW's Dr. Neil Andersson co-authors "Youth Mental Health Should Be a Top Priority for Health Care in Canada," Canadian Journal of Psychiatry
Dr. Neil Andersson, Co-Director of the McGill Institute of Human Development and Well-Being (IHDW), has co-authored "Youth Mental Health Should Be a Top Priority for Health Care in Canada" with The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry (Sage Publishers). The paper was published in Vol 63, Issue 4, pp.
We are pleased to share with you some of the activities that have been organized and supported during the first year since the official launch of the Institute for Human Development and Well-Being with our newsletter.
Jennifer Thompson presents report to the Pan-African Literacy for All Conference: "Girls' Empowerment through Language and Literacy: A Landscape Review of Gender and Literacy Research in African Contexts"
Jennifer Thompson, PhD candidate with our Department of Integrated Studies in Education, recently presented the report Girls' Empowerment through Language and Literacy: A Landscape Review of Gender and Literacy Research in African Contexts
Café Collab is a collaborative partnership with the Participatory Cultures Laboratory, situated within the Institute for Human Development and Well-Being (IHDW) at McGill's Faculty of Education; and McGill's So
by Devin Mills, Human Development, Dept. of Educational and Counselling Psychology, McGill University