Dispatch from the United Nations Development Programme in Viet Nam: Trina Loken’s fourth blog from the field
MAGG student Trina Loken advocates for disaster preparedness as a public good.
MIPP student Kyle Taylor describes the impact of transnational organized crime on security and development.
MAGG student Emilie Turner describes her role as “focal point” for the Leveraging Innovative Finance for Development conference.
MAGG student Trina Loken situates UNDP Viet Nam’s work within wider climate change negotiations.
The BSIA is pleased to congratulate PhD students Hari HC, Karolina Werner, and Diana Zacca Thomaz, who were each successful in the 2017 IDRC Doctoral Research Awards competition.
MIPP student Kyle Taylor discusses the impact of corruption on development in his third blog post.
The BSIA and WICI seek presenters for a workshop analyzing the global phenomenon of right-wing populism.
MAGG student Trina Loken describes UNDP Viet Nam’s efforts to reduce the harm caused by natural disasters.
MAGG student Emilie Turner talks innovative financing during the second month of her internship in Indonesia.
MIPP student Kyle Taylor attends a drug-burning ceremony during the second month of his internship in Lao PDR.
MAGG student Masroora Haque researches climate finance for the poor during the first month of her internship in the UK.
MIPP student Michael Chong reflects on his first month working for the Children’s Rights and Business Unit, part of the Public Fundraising and Partnerships Division of UNICEF, in Geneva, Switzerland.
MAGG student Emma Fingler writes about her first month of humanitarian coordination with the UN Resident Coordinator’s Office in Kathmandu, Nepal.