Institute for the Study of International Development

IDRC and ISID collaborate on the GrOW Research Series

Panelists at the opening session of "Questioning Crisis", March 2017

Udaipur on a recent trip by ISID Director Laszlo

On the beach in Kerala, after the recent workshop on "Unpacking Participatory Democracy".

Visiting Professor of Practice Aruna Roy (Fall 2016) during a research presentation.

Unpacking Participatory Democracy, and its participants.  Kerala, February 2017.

2016 McDonald, Currie guest lecturer Professor Stephen Cornell (2nd from left) with ISID Executive Director Patrick Brennan, ISID Director Sonia Laszlo and ISID Associate Director Catherine Lu.

The United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP), in association with ISID and McGill, launched its latest publication on Natural Resources and Conflict: A Guide for Mediation Practitioners with a panel of academic and policy experts on November 26, 2015.

ISID's Professor of Practice, Ms. Kim Samuel, delivers the annual McDonald-Currie Lecture.

ISID's Inaugural week-long Executive Education Course on Reconciliation, Conflict Prevention and the Promotion of More Inclusive Society concludes successfully on October 30, 2015.

ISID Executive Education Course on International Development, October 27 - 31, 2014.

Commissioners Justice Murray Sinclair, Marie Wilson and Wilton Littlechild of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada at ISID's conference on March 13 2014.

Prof. Matthieu Chemin pursuing his fieldwork on rural electrification in Kenya.

Professor Erik Kuhonta attends a Red Shirt political rally in Khao Yai Park in northeastern Thailand in February 2012

The Right Honourable Joe Clark with young women in a village in Yemen

Professor Sonia Laszlo meets with farmers during a research visit to Peru

The Institute for the Study of International Development is home to an interdisciplinary group of scholars doing research that focuses on the areas of poverty and inequality; governance and society; and environment and sustainability. ISID is also the institutional home of three undergraduate programs: International Development Studies, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, and African Studies, as well as the Development Studies Option (DSO) M.A. program in the Faculty of Arts. Through cutting edge research, academic programs, and executive education programs, ISID makes a difference by building bridges between research, teaching, policymaking, and development practice.​​

Check out the latest issue (March 2017) of Latitude, the Institute’s Newsletter!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ISID: Making a difference by building bridges between research, policymaking and development practice