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Special COVID series: TUES Aug 04th 10:00-11:30 - "Using a gender lens to address COVID19 response in Refugee Settings"

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Please join us for “Using a gender lens to address COVID19 response in Refugee Settings” an online Webinar taking place on August 04, 2020, from 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM (EDT)./isidCategory: Inst. for...

Development Studies Option graduate student Alec Regino published in the Washington Post

Published: 9Jun2020

Alec Regino, a graduate student in ISID's DSO (Development Studies Option) program, has penned an op/ed piece in the Washington Post on COVID-19 and the Duterte regime in the Philippines.  The...

ISID Policy Paper. Preparing for a Looming Water Crisis: Lessons Learned from COVID-19 in the Middle East and North Africa Countries

Published: 6May2020

The challenge of water security is growing globally. Achieving and sustaining water security, in both developed and developing countries, is likely to increase in complexity and priority as climate...

ISID's Megan Bradley recipient of the 2020 Principal's Prize for Outstanding Emerging Researchers

Published: 14Apr2020

ISID congratulates its faculty member and Associate Director, Professor Megan Bradley, for receiving the 2020 Principal's Prize for Outstanding Emerging Researchers!  Professor Bradley was also...

ISID Professor of Practice Jamal Saghir on the post COVID-19 world and climate change

Published: 14Apr2020

ISID's Jamal Saghir has produced, in coordiation with the Payne Institute for Public Policy, a commentary paper entitled "Post COVID-19 New World Configuration and Climate Change Actions:  Two...

Launch of Uhuru, the McGill Journal of African Studies

Published: 30Mar2020

More than ever now, Africa is being studied, watched, admired, criticized and exported. In this continual movement of creating new understandings, dismantling biased thought systems and valuing...

Cancellation of all ISID events

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All ISID guest speakers and events have been cancelled during this special period when the university is closed. /isidCategory: Inst. for the Study of International Development

CANCELLED. Agribiopolitics: a Genealogy of Monocrops as Told from the Paraguayan Frontier

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THIS LECTURE HAS BEEN CANCELLED. A guest lecture by Professor Kregg Hetherington of Concordia University. Abstract:

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