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Ten times a year, IDRC publishes the IDRC Bulletin, which offers insights into the world of international development research.
 
The IDRC Bulletin contains reports on research projects, case studies, and interviews with key figures in the development community. And we publish news of recently released books, scholarship information, and much more.

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IDRC Bulletin - January 2016

In this issue, we feature the top stories of 2015 from IDRC.ca. Also, read the second blog post in the ongoing series about innovative IDRC-funded projects, “Charting Change,” presented in partnership with Canadian Geographic. Featured this month ...

IDRC Bulletin - November/December 2015

In this issue, IDRC marks the 2015 Paris climate conference with a focus on research that has advanced key policies and practical solutions to climate challenges. Featured this month Since 2006, IDRC has supported more than 150 projects in...

IDRC Bulletin — October 2015

In this issue, IDRC marks World Food Day on October 16 with a focus on innovative agricultural research that is increasing access to safe and nutritious food and fostering collaboration between developing-country and Canadian experts. Featured...

IDRC Bulletin — September 2015

In this issue, IDRC marks the International Day of Peace with a focus on research from across the developing world that documents the links between urban violence, poverty, and inequalities. We also look at how 10 African-led research teams found...

IDRC Bulletin — August 2015

In this issue, IDRC marks International Youth Day on August 12 with a focus on innovative research that fosters economic opportunities for young people and provides insights into how to include youth in growth strategies.  Featured this month ...

IDRC Bulletin — Summer 2015

This marks the 100th issue of the IDRC Bulletin. Since 2005, the Bulletin has brought you a timely digest of content, 10 times a year. Check out some highlights from past issues as well as current news. Featured this month IDRC Bulletin marks...

IDRC Bulletin – May 2015

In this issue, learn more about the 3rd International Open Data Conference on May 28-29. You can also find more details on IDRC's new Open Access Policy for IDRC-funded project outputs. Featured this month 3rd International Open Data Conference...

IDRC Bulletin — April 2015

In this issue, in honour of World Health Day on April 7 and World Malaria Day on April 25, find out more about IDRC-supported research that is helping communities meet the health challenges that they face.  Featured this month IDRC on health and...

IDRC Bulletin — March 2015

In this issue, IDRC celebrated International Women's Day on March 8. Learn more about IDRC's Growth and Economic Opportunities for Women program, or watch a series of interviews with GrOW-funded researchers. You can also check out three IDRC books...

IDRC Bulletin – February 2015

This year marks the 25th anniversary of International Development Week. Missed our Google Hangout during IDW2015 with IDRC President Jean Lebel and Thierry Zomahoun, President and CEO of the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences? Watch the...

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Entrepreneurship has been a major driver of growth and job creation in Southeast Asia. But, until now, little empirical research had been carried out on entrepreneurial activity in the region. A new report — the ASEAN Regional Entrepreneurship...
New evidence to promote entrepreneurship in Southeast AsiaEmploying Africa’s Youth: Where Evidence MattersTurning palm leaves into wood: Opportunities for Egypt’s rural communitiesCanada’s humanitarian community calls for innovative responses to crisesBuilding accountability in large land acquisitions in Africa

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Creating more and better jobs is a pressing challenge in Africa, and indeed the world over. This is particularly the case when it comes to young people, who face significantly higher rates of unemployment — often two to three times higher than those...
New evidence to promote entrepreneurship in Southeast Asia Employing Africa’s Youth: Where Evidence MattersTurning palm leaves into wood: Opportunities for Egypt’s rural communitiesCanada’s humanitarian community calls for innovative responses to crisesBuilding accountability in large land acquisitions in Africa

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​In Egypt, palm trees are found in abundance and in various species. Farmers use them as shade on a hot summer day or harvest their sweet date fruits. Bedouin women weave handmade baskets, hats, and lamps using dried palm leaves. The potential uses...
New evidence to promote entrepreneurship in Southeast AsiaEmploying Africa’s Youth: Where Evidence Matters Turning palm leaves into wood: Opportunities for Egypt’s rural communitiesCanada’s humanitarian community calls for innovative responses to crisesBuilding accountability in large land acquisitions in Africa

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​War, poverty, dysfunctional governments, and environmental stressors are nothing new. But their potent interactions in some of the world’s most fragile regions, and the protracted duration of many conflicts, impose an unprecedented burden on...
New evidence to promote entrepreneurship in Southeast AsiaEmploying Africa’s Youth: Where Evidence MattersTurning palm leaves into wood: Opportunities for Egypt’s rural communities Canada’s humanitarian community calls for innovative responses to crisesBuilding accountability in large land acquisitions in Africa

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Large-scale land deals can bring benefits such as jobs, infrastructure, and access to food and markets. But when badly managed, they can dispossess people in rural communities and spark conflict. Women and other vulnerable groups face the greatest...
New evidence to promote entrepreneurship in Southeast AsiaEmploying Africa’s Youth: Where Evidence MattersTurning palm leaves into wood: Opportunities for Egypt’s rural communitiesCanada’s humanitarian community calls for innovative responses to crises Building accountability in large land acquisitions in Africa
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