The Centre for Critical Development Studies is pleased to award the 2019 Best Thesis Prize to Astrid Galvez Ciani and Carolyn Grandy (pictured above from left to right respectively).
UTSC IDS alumnus Alejandro Posada and George Chen, of the University of Toronto, found that "increased control of scholarly infrastructure … could further entrench publishers' power and exacerbate the vulnerability of alread
This 2018 Fall term, our graduate students within our MA Collaborative Specialization Program (Development, Policy and Power) had the opportunity to visit the Anthropocene exhibit at the Art Gallery of Ontario.
The Centre for Critical Development Studies hosted the annual Al Berry lecture on Wednesday, September 26, 2018, at the University of Toronto Scarborough.
At UTSC, the alarming scale and impact of global climate change has prompted IDS students like Tashi Lhamo to understand and bear witness to the ways in which communities in both Canada and in the Global South are grappling with this growing crisis
Centre for Critical Development Studies Annual Al Berry Lecture Invitation
Development or Justice? A Global History: Jeremy Adelman
The Centre for Critical Development Studies is pleased to award the 2018 Best Thesis Prize to Helen Ketema and Tian Lin (pictured above from left to right respectively)
Leslie Chan and his OCSDNet IDRC-Sponsored team that includes three of IDS's alumni have won the 2018 Innovator Award from Sparc.
QES 2018-2019 Scholarship Recipients
On Tuesday 27th, the CCDS had the honour to receive Dr. Lori Hansen on a talk about Development as Solidarity. With longstanding experience in Nicaragua, Dr.
Members of the IDS community at UTSC join the Queen's University Alumni Association to celebrate Deborah Turnbull for her career in international development, her commitment to education, and her dedication to her local community.
Deborah Turnbull is the Chair of Canadian African Business Women’s Alliance and a past Instructor for the IDS Program at UTSC. She has worked in international development for 35 years in over 60 developing countries.
OpenCon serves as a platform to promote Open Education and Open Data.
Leah (McMillan) Polonenko has wide-ranging experience in the field of International Development. She has just returned to Canada after living and working in the United Arab Emirates. Leah has an MA in International Development Studies from St.