Congratulations to Roger Boyd for successfully defending his dissertation.
In his second blog from the field, MIPP student Varkpeh Gonowolo discusses his work on the 2021 International Day of Education celebration and on an op-ed about financial commitments to education.
BSIA MAGG student Benny Skinner invites us to celebrate Pride Month and National Indigenous History Month fiercely and in tandem, mindful of the vast contributions to the push for 2SLGBTQIA+ rights by Indigenous peoples.
BSIA earns affiliate member status in the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA)
The BSIA is pleased to announce that its application for affiliate membership in the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA) has been successful.
New Institute will provide professional short-course training in the areas of international policy and governance
The BSIA is pleased to launch the Balsillie Executive Institute, which will offer certificate-based professional development courses focused on international public policy and global governance.
Dispatch from the Centre for International Sustainable Development Law: Lauren MacDonald’s third blog from the virtual field
In her third blog from the virtual field, MAGG student Lauren MacDonald shares insights gained from CISDL's research on the impacts of pandemic recovery plans on the SDGs.
In her third blog from the virtual field, MIPP student Aniska Graver describes her work on gender issues in South Asia.
Dispatch from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in Myanmar: Alexandra Giorgis-Audrain’s third blog from the virtual field
In her third blog form the virtual field written in December, MAGG student Alexandra Giorgis-Audrain writes about her excitement to see events she helped organize happen and the upcoming holiday break.
In his first blog from the virtual field, MIPP student, Varkpeh Gonowolo describes how his experience in public finance led to him being tasked with writing a chapter on the approach some countries took to ringfencing SDG4 financing amidst competing pandemic needs.
Dispatch from the United Nations Development Programme in Cambodia: Lydia Callies’ third blog from the virtual field
In her third blog from the virtual field, MAGG student Lydia Callies discusses her project which seeks to increase the visibility of these vulnerable and marginalised groups to foster their inclusion and participation in public processes.
Dispatch from the United Nations Population Fund in Mozambique: Mike Pulford’s third blog from the virtual field
In his third blog from the virtual field, MIPP student Mike Pulford describes the experience of writing reports, briefs and fact sheets to prepare his office representative for meetings with the Regional Director.
In Aniska's second blog from the virtual field, she discusses her role organizing and writing reports for the ROSA GBViE Learning Series.
Dispatch from the United Nations Development Program in Cambodia: Markus Hellborg’s third blog from the virtual field
In Markus Hellborg's last blog from the virtual field, he discusses UNDP's plan to address the impact of COVID-19 on Cambodia's tourism industry.
Dispatch from the Centre for International Sustainable Development Law: Lauren MacDonald’s second blog from the virtual field
In her second blog, Lauren MacDonald discusses the importance of mental health and self care while working during a pandemic and researching the climate crisis.
Lorne Dawson explains how last week’s assault on the Capitol in Washington reminds us of the importance of civility as a daily element of the social order, which must be replenished continuously and maintained at all costs.