Sustainability and Well-being


Co-led by Lisa Starr and Blane Harvey

Given interconnectedness of the Sustainable Development Goals Framework, with special reference to SDG 4 on education, and the broad-ranging issues that touch the field of education and global development there is an increased need to mobilize knowledge, synthesize insights, and collaborate. The Education and Global Development Network aims to serve as an academic platform for Canadian scholars and researchers working on issues related to education and global development to connect with one another, share research, and to collaborate. The network is envisioned as a multi-and inter-disciplinary forum for research exchange and scholarly collaboration.

Upcoming Projects and Events

  1. Project (2019) Transforming Girls’ Education Project, Sierra Leone, Grant: A Global Affairs Canada funded project under the G7 Charlevoix Declaration on Quality Education for Girls, Adolescent Girls and Women in Developing Countries. The project tackles combatting illiteracy rates for girls and young women in Sierra Leone and is done in conjunction with our partners at the NGO CODE
  2. Event (2020): The Canadian Association for the Study of International Development (CASID) 2020 Conference, is organized by a primary coordinator of the Education and Global Development Network, Dr.Prachi Srivastava. The theme for this year will be "Towards 2030: Challenging ‘Development’ to Bridge Extremes in an Age of Polarization", and the IHDW will be present as an influential contributor to the conference and to help grow a Canadian Network tackling global issues on education and injustice. The program for the conference can be found here.



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