SRM3333H: SEMINAR SERIES

2021

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2020

Diverging Trajectories in Sri Lanka: A Controlled Pandemic and a Depression in the Making

Speakers: Ramya Kumar & Ahilan Kadirgamar

Somehow the work got done: past & present challenges of sexual and reproductive health services in Peru

Speaker: Raul Necochea Lopez

Is Three Meals a Day Feasible for Everybody? Looking Back and Looking Forward

Speaker: Dr. Ruth Oniang’o

No one left behind? Inequalities and Challenges for the Sustainable Development Agenda

Watch the lecture here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUp22_NjC2w&feature=youtu.be

2019

The Dark Side of Transformations Towards Sustainable Development

Jessica Blythe, Assistant Professor

Environmental Sustainability Research Centre,  (Brock University)


Development Policy and Bureaucratic Power: A Case Study of Brazil’s conditional cash transfers under shifting regimes

Bruno Câmara Pinto (MDS, Brazil)
 

2018

 

Development or Justice? A Global History, Albert Berry Lecture

Professor Jeremy Adelman, Princeton University

 

Historicizing Development Workshop

September 27, 2018

The urgent need for voices from the South to shape the discourse and the double standards in development

Chizoba Imoka, Ph.D. Candidate, Educational Leadership & Policy OISE, University of Toronto Founder/CEO, Unveiling Africa

 

 

Development as solidarity: 35 years of learning from Nicaragua

Professor Lori Hanson, University of Saskatchewan

 

The Nicaragua uprising: Updates, debates, and voices in exile

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