Despite the challenges, research in fragile contexts must put people’s needs at the centre.
Published date: April 09, 2019
The greatest danger to health isn’t infectious diseases, it’s inequitable and poorly governed health systems.
Published date: April 04, 2019
We need to rethink who is being trained and how to unlock engineering skills.
Published date: April 03, 2019
Gender equality is of as much concern today as it was in 1995, when the United Nations adopted the Beijing Platform for Action, a blueprint for advancing women’s rights.
Published date: March 18, 2019
Research can mitigate destabilizing factors in fragile states and address inequalities that hold back democracy.
Published date: March 14, 2019
Taking a leadership role in promoting socially transformative research to more effectively deal with climate change.
Published date: March 08, 2019
Naser Faruqui argues the timing is not yet right for IDRC to pursue a mandatory open data policy.
Published date: March 07, 2019
Canada is doing its part to strengthen civil registration and vital statistics systems globally.
Published date: March 05, 2019
Engaging young leaders is important for their own growth, and for richer discussion and collaboration.
Published date: February 20, 2019
Artificial intelligence is a double-edged sword — its benefits and pitfalls need to be balanced.
Published date: February 18, 2019