February 2018

Job Postings

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Hello, 

 

Would it be possible to post these 6 jobs on the listserv of CASID.  Below are the general guidelines and I have attached the Terms of Reference for each position. 

 

Please let me know when the jobs have been posted and if I need to do anything else.  Thank you very much.

 

  1. Job Title:  Technical Experts, Clinical Procedure Manual Consultancy, SMSII

Location:  Juba, South Sudan & Remote Work

Timeline:  March to September 2018

Deadline:  March 11, 2018

  1. Job Title:  Association Strengthening Consultants, SMSII

Location:  Juba, South Sudan & Remote Work

Just Published -- Routledge Handbook of Queer Development Studies

A new edited collection that may be of interest to your members: 


Corinne L. Mason, PhD 

Associate Professor

Gender and Women's Studies & Sociology

w: corinnelmason.com 

p: (204) 898 0181


Brandon University is located on Treaty 2 territory and is the traditional land
of Anishnaabeg,

Cree, Obji-Cree, Assiniboine, and Dene peoples, and the homeland of the Métis Nation. 


Le prix de l'adhésion institutionelle de l'ACEDI 2018

Le prix de l'adhésion institutionnelle de l'ACEDI est ouvert à tout étudiant, de cycle supérieur ou de premier cycle d'une université membre institutionnel de l'ACEDI (voir la liste des membres institutionnels .).

Le prix de l'adhésion institutionnelle de l'ACEDI est décerné chaque année à la meilleure dissertation originale rédigée par un étudiant dans le domaine des études en développement international. Le prix comprend une dotation de 1 000 $ et la possibilité à la dissertation lauréate d’être publiée dans la Revue canadienne des études de développement (RCED).

Pour évaluer les soumissions, les directives suivantes ont été adaptées de celles utilisées par la Revue canadienne des études de développement.

The 2018 CASID Institutional Membership Prize

The CASID Institutional Membership Prize is open to any student, graduate or undergraduate, of a university holding institutional membership in CASID (See list of Institutional Members .).

The CASID Institutional Membership Prize is awarded annually to the best original essay by a student in the area of international development studies. The Prize includes $1000 cash and consideration of the essay in the regular editorial process of the Canadian Journal of Development Studies (CJDS).

To assist in assessing the essays submitted, the following guidelines have been adapted from those used by the Canadian Journal of Development Studies.

Deadline Approaching: DPMI Certificate Program 2018

**You're receiving this e-mail
because you have an existing relationship with the Middlebury Institute of International Studies (MIIS) in Monterey, CA


Hello,


Pleased to meet you! I'm
a Graduate Assistant and am writing in hopes that you can help spread the word about an exciting training opportunity happening here and at our offices in Washington D.C. this spring. 


This 2-week intensive International Development and Social Change program is perfect for practitioners, graduate students, and career-changers who are seeking a additional skills in program
Design, Partnering, Management, and Innovation (DPMI). 


Dates

Monterey, CA (May 21-June 1) 

Washington, D.C. (June 4-15)


Application
Deadlines

Priority: March 1st

Regular: April 1st


I've attached a copy of flyer
with basic details about the program should you find it a
good fit to distribute within your network.


Le prix Kari Polanyi-Levitt 2018

Le prix Kari Polanyi Levitt est un concours annuel de dissertation de l’ACEDI auquel participent les étudiants des cycles supérieurs. Il est décerné chaque année  à la meilleure dissertation originale rédigée par un étudiant de cycle supérieur dans le domaine des études en développement international. Le prix comprend une dotation de 1 000 $ et la possibilité à la dissertation lauréate d’être publiée dans la Revue canadienne des études de développement (RCED).

Pour évaluer les soumissions, les directives suivantes ont été adaptées de celles utilisées par la Revue canadienne des études de développement.

The 2018 Kari Polanyi-Levitt Prize

The Kari Polanyi Levitt Prize is CASID's annual Graduate Student Essay Contest. The Kari Polanyi Levitt Prize is awarded annually to the best original essay by a graduate student in the area of international development studies. The Prize includes $1000 cash, and consideration of the essay in the regular editorial process of the Canadian Journal of Development Studies (CJDS).

To assist in assessing the essays submitted, the following guidelines have been adapted from those used by the Canadian Journal of Development Studies.

Guidelines for Submissions

  • Submitters must be, or become, members of CASID.
  • Submitters must be Canadian graduate students or international students registered at a Canadian university.
  • The student must be the sole author of the paper submitted.
  • Submissions may be considered for presentation at the CASID Annual Conference if the author plans to participate in the conference (at his or her own expense).

Editorial Guidelines

  • Ensure that your article is no longer than 9000 words and is submitted on double-spaced pages.
  • Include a cover page stating the title of the article and author’s name. Do not put identifying information on the rest of the article, as the cover page is removed for the review process, which is anonymous.
  • Include an introduction, a conclusion, and a bibliography or list of references.
  • Print on one side of the paper only (letter size, 8.5 x 11) with a margin of at least 1 inch all around. If using A4 size paper please leave a 2-inch margin at the bottom.
  • Double space and left align text (leaving a ragged right margin) throughout.
  • Language should be respectful of diversity and difference.
  • Check for grammar and spelling errors before submission.

Essays not meeting the basic editorial guidelines may not be assessed by the Prize Committee. Detailed editorial guidelines will be provided on request, or view at the CJDS web site at .

Deadline: Complete papers must be submitted in electronic form (MS Word) by March 31, 2018.

Submissions and questions should be directed to

Next generation program is hiring a research assistant! | Le Programme Prochaine Génération engage un-e assistant-e de recherche !

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Dear colleagues, Bonjour à tous-tes,

 

CCIC and CASID via the Next Generation program are looking for a research assistant to

conduct a multiple cases study on research partnerships between Canadian academics (research centres) and Canadian civil society organizations working on global development issues

 

Please find the job description below in FR and EN.   

 

https://ccic.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=26

 

Best,

Andréanne

 

English will follow

Please forward: Call for manuscripts on women's economic empowerment in global development

Greetings,

The GrOW
Research Series
 (GRS) invites manuscript submissions for our working
paper series
 on women’s economic empowerment and economic growth in low-income countries! Submissions must be original ("works in progress") papers on the subject of women's
economic empowerment, and should be of interest to researchers and policy makers. They must be well-written and concisely
formulated.


Submitting a working paper to the GRS does not preclude you from later submitting the work for consideration in a scholarly journal, as you will retain full copyrights to your manuscript. If you are concerned about
whether the journal you ultimately wish to publish in allows for prior dissemination online as a working paper, our editorial team will confirm this for you.


There are many benefits of submitting a working paper to our series, all of which are provided for free to authors, including:

CASID Certificate 5 Making Gender Empowerment Programs Effective

Our Next CASID Certificate course at uOttawa is a special International Women's Day Event on March 8th. 

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