The Global Development Network (GDN) is currently expanding its activities in French-speaking countries in Africa, notably through GDN’s new office in Europe, located in Clermont-Ferrand, a hub for international development (Pôle Clermontois de Développement International).
A celebration of 20 years of contributions to research and development from the Japanese government, key learning from the #Evidence4dev conference as well as winners of the AFD-GDN video contest and more.
The latest news and developments from the Global Development Network including a biodiversity research lab, dates for an upcoming conference on evidence for development and a call for Doing Research partners from francophone Africa.
The latest news and information from the Global Development Network, including an impact measurement conference online, a webinar on Doing Research in Bolivia, a tribute to James D. Wolfensohn and more.
Top stories from the Global Development Network including our response to Covid-19, findings from the Doing Research Assessment in Myanmar, vocational education in Turkey, call for a guest editor and other opportunities.
The latest news and information from the Global Development Network featuring outcomes of the the 'Knowledge for Sustainable Development: The Research - Policy Nexus' conference in Bonn, Germany as well as opportunities for researchers around the world.
This issue of GDNews brings the latest on the #K4SD conference, Global Development Network programs Doing Research and Strengthening the Research Capacity of Small Countries in Latin America and the Caribbean to Promote Better Informed Policymaking. Get to know the 2019 Global Development Awards Competition finalists and read our tribute to Guillermo Perry.
In this issue, read about how #K4SD will be key in bringing together multi-disciplinary perspectives needed to address the knowledge gaps for sustainable development, our latest data-gathering mission with the Bank of Belarus, update from our Applied Development Finance and Doing Research programs, and the 2019 Global Development Awards Competition.
This month's GDNews brings to you the latest on our conference, the last chance to be an EIB-GDN Fellow in Applied Development Finance, news from our grantees, GDN president at the Les Rencontres Économiques d’Aix-en-Provence, and a trip down memory lane.
In this newsletter, the Global Development Network launches the 2019 edition of the Global Development Awards, opens registration for our upcoming conference and covers all our latest events on and open opportunities.
Read this issue of GDNews for the latest on the 19th Global Development Conference #K4SD, opportunities to write blog articles for GlobalDev, our recent event with Banque de France for central bankers of developing countries, the latest issue of Five Questions and more.
Read about the ongoing call for session and papers for the 19th Global Development Conference, an upcoming call for fellowship in applied development finance, kicking off GDN's Doing Research program in Myanmar, our new partnership with Results for All for an innovative blog series and more.
Read this issue to know more about our call for papers, invitation to contribute to a new blog series, the new studies published and the latest on the conference. GDN also closed its program on firm level quality and productivity this month.
Read this issue of GDNews to know more about GDN's upcoming 20th anniversary, the scientific and organizing committee of the 19th global development conference, our vacancies, the need for international collective action and all we've been up to this past month.
Know the latest on our upcoming global development conference and our recent workshops for the Doing Research and Kaizen programs. This GDNews also features Corina Murafa, a previous GDN grantee, an update on our grantees' recent publications and more.
GDN shortlists candidates to study impact financing in ACP countries, and teams to study social science systems in Bolivia, I, donesia and Nigeria. Read more about GDN President Pierre Jacquet on foreign aid in Nepal, and GDN's views on women in social science research.
In the June issue read about two new calls from GDN, the need for making research from central bank an accessibe common good, natural capital accounting, the first ever Adaptations Futures Conference and more.
In this October issue of GDNews, find out about how to get involved in the upcoming Global Development Conference in Delhi through a call for sessions and presentations. Also, read more about GDN at #COP23, Empowering Women Farmers in India and recent GDN publications and new research; plus more opportunities.
In this September issue of GDNews, find out about how to get involved in the upcoming Global Development Conference in Delhi through a call for sessions and presentations. Also, see highlights from the 'Resilience Continuum' expert consultation; news on GDN-EIB fellowships; recent GDN publications and new research; plus more opportunities.
In this March issue, see stories from GDN's programs and partners. The deadline for calls for expressions of interest for GDN's Kaizen program has been extended, a new network for natural capital accounting in the Pacific is launched, and you can watch highlights from the Banque de France-FERDI Conference in Paris, joined by GDN President, Pierre Jacquet.
In GDNews May, see exciting new opportunities, including the Global Development Awards Competition, Research Fellowships in Applied Development Finance and more. Save the date for a book launch in Lima on governance and service delivery, read GDN's latest Annual Report, and hear from a past GDN grantee studying local conservation efforts in Colombia.
Featured in this issue of GDNews: GDN President Pierre Jacquet speaks about GDN's new organizational strategy in a short film; successful calls for research proposals focused on industrial policies in Africa, and firm-level productivity with a focus on Kaizen; GDN seeks entries for a photo competition on development; plus research findings and policy impacts from GDN programs.
In this February issue of GDNews, a new call for expressions of interest on industrial policies in Africa is announced, plus a recap from an event on governance and service delivery in New Delhi and more.
In this first issue of 2017, GDN announces its new organizational strategy, ‘The Road Ahead: Strategy 2017-2022’, outlining a refocused vision, purpose, beliefs, and three strategic directions of work going forward.
In GDNews June, see highlights from a book launch co-hosted by GDN and the Group for the Analysis of Development (GRADE), attended by the Vice-Minister of Finance of Peru; results from a GDN supported study on child health and survival in Africa; trade liberalization and manufacturing in Uruguay; opportunities, upcoming events and more.