Dear CASID members,

The CCIC-CASID annual conference will be hosted at Carleton University in Ottawa on September 19-20, 2018. This is a terrific opportunity for academics to present research conducted in collaboration with domestic and international civil society organizations, activist networks, community organizations and policy makers. There are spots reserved specifically for academic researchers to lead panels so I hope many of you will consider applying.

This conference is an important component of a research program entitled Next-Generation Leadership: New Models for Canadian Collaboration in International Development ( undertaken as a collaboration between CASID and CCIC. Over a three-year IDRC-funded program (2017—2019), CCIC and CASID will identify and promote new ways of working collaboratively between international development scholars, practitioners, academic and non-academic researchers, students and policymakers.

We look forward to seeing you in Ottawa in September.

Dr. Bipasha Baruah, CASID President

CCIC in partnership with CASID is launching a call for panels for the 2018 conference September 19-20! The deadline to submit a proposal is July 9 2018.

In keeping with the spirit of our Next generation joint program, we encourage cross-sectoral collaborations and we want to give a voice to the next generation of leaders in the global development sector including emerging scholars and practitioners.

If you would like to submit a panel, click here or find below more details.

Le CCCI en partenariat avec l’ACÉDI lancent un appel de propositions pour la conférence de Septembre 19-20 2018! La date limite pour soumettre une proposition est le 9 juillet 2018.

Conformément aux objectifs de notre programme conjoint Prochaine Génération, nous encourageons la collaboration intersectorielle et souhaitons donner une place importante aux leaders de la prochaine génération dans notre secteur incluant les chercheurs-es et praticiens-nes émergents-es.

Si vous souhaitez soumettre un panel, cliquez ici ou vous référez au message ci-bas pour plus de détails.