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!

 

We are stronger together! Over 50 international development and humanitarian organizations who care about #CanadianAid have joined together to celebrate #IDW2019 from February 3-9. Find out more: https://t.co/coJ7g3lD1T

Explorer notre site repensé et redessiné pour toute #ressources, nouvelles et #activités #prochainegénération https://t.co/9uPIGzwn5e

New Year, New Look! Search our site with ease for the latest #NextGen4Dev #resources and #activities https://t.co/5d3TZ5ezNN

Today, #GC announced the recipients of the Indigenous Research Capacity & Reconciliation Connection Grants. $5.6 M will be given to research by & with #FirstNations #Métis #Inuit communities @NSERC_CRSNG @CIHR_IRSC @CDNScience @usask https://t.co/9NbyqDj1PS @UofRegina

Join us for this public lecture with Dr. Rebecca Tiessen who will discuss the ethical considerations for international volunteers and interns on Jan. 23rd @ 5:30pm - 7pm. Presented in partnership with Dalhousie University Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, #IDS and the #GHO.

New book review now available online in the Canadian Journal of Development Studies #CJDS: "Toward a better world: memoirs of a life in international development economics" by Gerry Helleiner, is reviewed by Ian Smillie. Full review here:

To apply for this course: (Deadline Mar 4 to edim.sidgs@uottawa.ca)
1)A one page statement of interest that explains why you want to take this course and your relevant background 2)An unofficial copy of your university transcript
3)A Letter of Permission from your university

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