IDRC-supported research on technology-facilitated gender-based violence in the Global South is expanding to more countries. It seeks to understand the extent of the violence and the factors contributing to it and to mobilize evidence for action.
IDRC’s strategic investments are helping local researchers find innovative solutions to regional challenges while also supporting the Plan of Action to implement the Joint Declaration on ASEAN-Canada Enhanced Partnership (2021–2025).
As the world welcomes the creation of a global fund for loss and damage associated with climate change in the most vulnerable countries, new IDRC-supported research will help develop and operationalize strategies to address loss and damage.
IDRC is pleased to announce the Fund for Future Climate-Smart Livestock Systems in Africa. This joint initiative with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation recognizes the significant — yet neglected — potential for climate-smart innovations in livestock systems to contribute to climate adaptation and mitigation.
Four years of online training, fellowships and support for research on digital rights gets underway as the second phase of the Knowledge for Democracy Myanmar initiative launches in Bangkok on November 25, 2022.
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World Antimicrobial Awareness Week, which takes place annually from November 18 to 24, is a global campaign to improve awareness and understanding of antimicrobial resistance and to encourage best practices among the public.