Next Generation for Development

 

Next Generation for Development

Next Generation – Collaboration for Development is a joint program of the Canadian Council for International Co-operation (CCIC) and the Canadian Association for the Study of International Development (CASID).

Next Generation aims to position Canada as a leader in innovative, multi-stakeholder international development and humanitarian research, practice and policy development. The goal is to encourage better collaborations between civil society and academia, and strengthen the Canadian ecosystem of research and knowledge sharing.

To facilitate collaborations, we need a better sense of who the different groups and individuals in this ecosystem are – both within and beyond CCIC-CASID respective memberships. Visit the Next Generation Database for more details!

 

.@Sisonkemsimang: "My duty is to the storyteller, never the story. If you look after the storytellers, the stories will come" #BondConf

Where are our #female #leaders?
What enables women to step into #leadership roles?
This session is examining the data on #genderinequality and interrogates the #barriers we need to overcome for a more #equal balance in our sector’s leadership #BondConf

.@NasyaRazavi of @NextGen4Dev talks about the goals of the organisation, one of them being to engage with the next generation and coordinate activities and events with new professionals and students. #BondConf

What counts as knowledge is still dominated by the North - INGOs have supported rights-based approaches, but haven't transformed how research is framed or implemented, says @pradeep2004 from Praxis #bondconf

#Research plays a critical role in contributing to #dev and #humanitarian practice across sectors; but many INGOs are still working out how research can better contribute to their mission.
This session explored the ways that INGOs can engage with research. https://t.co/503D2KC9j9

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