IDS was listed first as one of three "standout programs" at U of T by MacLean's 2015 AND 2016 Canadian Universities Guidebook.
ACCUMULATION BY DISPOSESSION OR ACCUMULATION WITHOUT DISPOSESSION - Dr. Ritika Shrimali
Wednesday, March 1st, 5pm - MW396 (IDS Resource Room)
The IDS potluck is an event for IDS students and faculty. It's an event and oppourtunity for faculty and students from all years and programs to get together, meet one another, share expperiences, and enjoy some delicious food.
Professor Ryan Isakson
Judith Teichman is Professor of Political Science and International Development Studies. She is the author of four books and one co-authored book on politics and development in the global south and Latin America.
Ecologists traditionally classify forest ecosystems by measures of temperature, rainfall and soil fertility. But now University of Toronto researchers have discovered a fourth element that shapes forests: the wind.
Leslie Chan (photo above with last year's CCDS Lecturer, Dr. Gita Sen), was recently appointed as the Principal Investigator for new major IDRC-funded project: "Open and Collaborative Science in Development Network".
For the last several years, the students of the IDS programs have hosted an International Development Conference.
Every year, the CCDS hosts a number of seminars for students and faculty to learn and engage in a variety of different topics.
The CCDS Annual Debate will be held in conjunction with the International Development Conference. This year's debate topic will revolve around the Trans-Pacific Partnership: "BIRT The Trans-Pacific Partnership is Beneficial for Global Development".