Profits from rooibos tea will be shared with South African indigenous San and Khoi communities in a landmark profit-sharing agreement. ISID Professor of Practice Timothy Hodges, co-chair of the Nagoya Protocol of the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity, comments. The full article in Nature is available online
An Open Letter to the New Government
The Institute for the Study of International Develoment's Women's Empowerment and Development (WED) Lab and the GrOW Research Series have released a new GrOW Research Bulletin, including an article by Mayra Buvinic and Stephanie Oula on "Towards Women's Full Financial Inclusion".
The Bulletin can be found on the GrOW Research Series website http://grow.research.mcgill.ca/
Professor Megan Bradley and ISID release a new policy brief entitled "The Return of Internally Displaced Persons: Patterns, Possibilities and Gaps in Knowledge". The brief provides an overview of research and practice pertaining to the return of internally displaced persons (IDPs). The full brief is now available online.
Professor Megan Bradley of ISID has published an OP/ED piece on internally displaced people. You can read it online at the Big News Network.
Professors Franque Grimard and Christian Novak of ISID have produced a new policy brief for the Institute on "Updating the DFI's Operating Models and Methods Towards Helping Achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development". Read it online!
The Institute for the Study of International Development congratulates Dr Kate Bersch for the publication of her new book. "When Democracies Deliver: Governance Refrom in Latin America". Dr Bersch was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Institute for the academic years 2016-2017 and 2017-2018, and much of the research and writing of this volume was made possible by her ISID fellowship.
The Institute for the Study of International Development is pleased to learn of the publication by Georgetown University Press of "Refugees' Roles in Resolving Displacement and Building Peace: Beyond Beneficiaries", edited by ISID's Megan Bradley along with James Milner and Blair Peruniak.
The Institute for the Study of International Development's regular newsletter, LATITUDE, is now available for download. Read up on our people, our research, our events and our programs!
Printed copies are available at the Institute in Peterson Hall.
ISID Professor of Practice, Dr Eliane Ubalijoro, is profiled in Forbes magazine.
Read the full article online: https://www.forbes.com/sites/christinero/2019/03/07/5-lessons-for-a-non-...
ISID's Global Governance Lab releases a new policy brief by Francesco Amodio and Andreas Menzel, "Working in Export Manufacturing: A Blessing or a Curse". Read about it here!
ISID Professor of Practice Rachel Kiddell-Monroe and Celine de Richoufftz write a new policy brief entitled, Fleeing Violence in Central America: Time to Implement Canada's Resettlement Policies. Read about it here!
ISID's Global Governance Lab releases a new policy brief on natural disasters and transitional justice.
ISID is please to share the latest policy brief from its Global Governance Lab, written by Professor Megan Bradley.
ISID is please to share the latest policy brief from its Global Governance Lab, written by Professor Megan Bradley and entitled "Recognizing Natural Disasters as a Concern for Transitional Justice". Available for download.
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