Development in Practice: Experiences from the Field. An ISID Roundtable

Event

Leacock Building Room 927, 855 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 2T7, CA

A roundtable discussion with participants:

Timothy Hodges (ISID Professor of Practice, Diplomat):

Timothy Hodges is Professor of Practice in Global Governance at ISID, McGill University. His work focuses on environmental global governance, and the negotiation and implementation of international sustainable development treaties by Indigenous Peoples and stakeholders. Professor Hodges is a former career diplomat, with a focus on sustainable development treaty negotiations. He is the past President of the Professional Association of Foreign Service Officers (PAFSO).
Read more about Timothy Hodges' work and background here: https://www.mcgill.ca/isid/people-0/professors-practice

Rachel Kiddell-Monroe (ISID Professor of Practice, Lawyer, Activist)

Rachel Kiddell-Monroe, a lawyer and an activist, specializes in humanitarian assistance, global health, governance and bioethics. She is currently a member of the MSF International Board of Directors and Executive Director of SeeChange Initiative. Rachel was President of the Board of Directors of Universities Allied for Essential Medicines from 2007 to 2013 and now serves as UAEM’s Senior Policy Advisor.
Read more about Rachel Kiddell-Monroe's work and background here: https://www.mcgill.ca/isid/people-0/professors-practice

Jimmy Lou (Policy Analyst Global Affairs Canada)

Jimmy Lou (樓國偉) is currently a Policy Analyst in the International Economic Policy Bureau of Global Affairs Canada and a former student in the Institute's International Development Studies program. In his role at Global Affairs, he leads the research, design, and implementation of numerous bilateral and multilateral economic files, including on Canada's engagement with the OECD and the World Economic Forum. He is a first-generation Canadian and is passionate about community building and advancing international economic policies for sustainable development.

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