A new approach to private sector engagement in Canadian development cooperation?
Drawing on several years of research, Shannon Kindornay synthesizes key lessons that should inform Canada’s engagement with the private sector in development going forward.
What should Canada’s portfolio for private sector engagement in development look like?
A closer look at how Canada’s current approach to private sector engagement could be consolidated and expanded.
In Fixing Fragile States: Remittances are Not the Answer
David Carment explores why some states remain poor and stuck in a “fragility trap” despite the attention they receive from their diaspora, including heavy remittance flows.
February 1, 2016: Trudeau’s Foreign Policy – The First 100 Days, Carleton University, Ottawa
This one day event will evaluate the Trudeau government’s foreign policy agenda during its first 100 days. Aniket Bhushan will speak on the new government’s approach to development and trade.
February 3, 2016: Sustainable Development Goals – Realistic or Idealistic? Hive, Vancouver
Hosted by PeaceGeeks and Amnesty International, Shannon Kindornay will provide and overview of the Sustainable Development Goals, unpacking how they differ from the Millennium Development Goals.
February 2016: Open Data Post Emergency Relief, University of Toronto
Aniket Bhushan will be speaking on a panel on open data at the University of Toronto.
January 15-16, 2016: Engineers Without Borders xChange Conference 2016.
Aniket Bhushan spoke on development finance at this year’s Engineers Without Borders conference.