July 2018

New deadline! Submit panel proposal by July 13 | Nouvelle Date limite ! Soumettez proposition de panel avant le 13 juillet

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Deadline Fast Approaching! Submit panel proposal by July 9 | Date limite s'approche rapidement ! Soumettez proposition de panel avant le 9 juillet

Last week to submit a panel for the CCIC conference organized in partnership with CASID.


Dernière semaine pour soumettre une proposition de panel pour la conférence du CCCI organisée en collaboration avec l’ACÉDI.




Andréanne Martel

Program Officer | Chargée de programme

Next Generation - CASID-CCIC Joint Program

Canadian Council for International Co-operation (CCIC)

Conseil canadien pour la coopération internationale (CCCI)

39 McArthur Ave., Ottawa, ON, K1L 8L7

2018 PhD School - September 2018

The Canadian Association for the Study of International Development

Call for Applications:

Doctoral School in International Development

Friday, September 21 and Saturday, September 22, 2018, Ottawa

School Leaders:

Professor Haroon Akram-Lodhi, Trent University
Professor Bipasha Baruah, Western University

The Canadian Association for the Study of International Development (CASID) is pleased to announce the 2018 CASID PhD School, the second of an annual event scheduled over three years (2017-2019).


The aim of the school is to provide doctoral students with the opportunity to receive extensive intellectual and methodological advice on their doctoral research as well as other aspects of professional development such as publishing their research in peer-reviewed, policy and popular media venues; identifying future professional opportunities; and planning for careers within and outside academe. Taken together, these skills will enable doctoral students to pursue academic research within university settings as well as non-academic careers in research with international development organizations. In recent years, there has been growing pressure upon universities in general -- and the social sciences, arts and humanities in particular -- to provide students not just with the theoretical and conceptual grounding in different disciplinary and interdisciplinary fields but also with professional skills and training for well-respected careers in non-academic environments. Participants in the PhD School will learn about such options and career trajectories from established scholar-practitioners as well as professionals in policy formulation, development consulting and civil society organizations. They will also have opportunities to network with their peers in doctoral programs across Canada and emerging and senior scholars and practitioners in international development.

Eligibility and Selection Criteria: