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Today, problems faced by developing countries are increasingly global in nature. At IDRC, we believe that collaboration is essential to addressing the challenges we all face in a globalized world. Problems such as emerging diseases, climate change, environmental degradation, and struggling economies know no borders or boundaries. Often, these challenges can benefit from a multi-regional response.

Linking people and ideas around the globe is one of the best ways to deliver solutions. We believe in knowledge-sharing through networks and regions to widen the impact of research. From networks involving dozens of institutes to links forged among individual researchers, bringing people and institutions together is central to our work.

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Dictionnaire mondial des opérations de paix

In 2006, the idea to create a resource documenting the growing body of research on peace and security took hold in the wake of the increasing number of worldwide peacekeeping missions, the emergence of new regional peacekeeping actors, especially in …

Latest Result

External Program Reviews (2015)

IDRC commissions external program reviews toward the end of each program cycle. These final evaluations are our primary accountability mechanism in terms of the results, effectiveness, and relevance of program spending. External program reviews aim...


News

IDRC invites applications for the IDRC Research Awards 2016

16/06/2015

IDRC is now accepting applications for the IDRC Research Awards 2016 We offer a number of research awards providing a unique opportunity to enhance research skills and gain a fresh perspective on crucial development issues. These one-year, paid...

IDRC extends condolences

15/05/2015

Today Canada’s International Development Research Centre (IDRC) learned with sadness of the passing of research colleagues Martha Farrell, of the Society for Participatory Research in Asia (PRIA), and Paula Kantor, a former Director of the Afghan...

Events

Highlight: Early lessons evaluating climate change shared at Washington conference

04/11/2014

IDRC joined almost 300 evaluation professionals, academics, and policymakers from 59 countries at the International Conference on Evaluating Climate Change and Development held last November in Washington DC.   Conference participants focused...

Highlight: Youth (Un)Employment: Global problems meet local solutions

23/10/2014

​IDRC and Aga Khan Foundation Canada (AKFC) partnered to spark discussion on global youth unemployment at a panel hosted by the University of Ottawa in October. The panellists shed some light on the dynamics of youth employment in Canada and in the...

Latest Results

IDRC commissions external program reviews toward the end of each program cycle. These final evaluations are our primary accountability mechanism in terms of the results, effectiveness, and relevance of program spending. External program reviews aim...
External Program Reviews (2015)RAPID Outcome Mapping Approach Guide now onlineNew evaluation tool now available to assess research qualityNew global study points to higher returns for lower fertility Ecohealth Conferences: Events Highlights

Latest Results

After a decade of work developing the Outcome Mapping Approach, IDRC has played an important role in the development of ROMA, an adaptation of IDRC’s original outcome mapping research. ROMA: A guide to policy engagement and influence, has been...
External Program Reviews (2015) RAPID Outcome Mapping Approach Guide now onlineNew evaluation tool now available to assess research qualityNew global study points to higher returns for lower fertility Ecohealth Conferences: Events Highlights

Latest Results

IDRC supports Strategic Evaluation on Research Excellence, a three-phase project that aims to define and articulate what research excellence means in a research for development (R4D) context. Existing tools and approaches for assessing research...
External Program Reviews (2015)RAPID Outcome Mapping Approach Guide now online New evaluation tool now available to assess research qualityNew global study points to higher returns for lower fertility Ecohealth Conferences: Events Highlights

Latest Results

While low fertility and aging can challenge government social safety nets, a new global study published in Science suggests that modest population declines can improve standards of living.In many countries, couples are having fewer babies – or none...
External Program Reviews (2015)RAPID Outcome Mapping Approach Guide now onlineNew evaluation tool now available to assess research quality New global study points to higher returns for lower fertility Ecohealth Conferences: Events Highlights

Latest Results

From August 11-15, 2014, ecohealth researchers and practitioners from around the world will convene in Montréal for the Ecohealth 2014 Conference. Ecohealth 2014 marks the 5th biennial conference of the International Association for Ecology and...
External Program Reviews (2015)RAPID Outcome Mapping Approach Guide now onlineNew evaluation tool now available to assess research qualityNew global study points to higher returns for lower fertility Ecohealth Conferences: Events Highlights
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