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IDRC supports researchers from developing countries who are finding innovative, lasting solutions to local problems. We share the impacts of this groundbreaking research through print and free online publications, including books co-published by IDRC and presses around the world. We also publish articles and newsletters, including the IDRC Bulletin, as well as multimedia projects, such as Lasting Impacts, our tribute to over 40 years of IDRC-supported research, and the In_focus Collection of thematic mini-websites.

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LINKING UNIVERSITIES AND MARGINALISED COMMUNITIES
South African Case Studies of Innovation Focused on Livelihoods in Informal Settings

​South African universities are mandated to promote scholarship that is socially and economically responsive to local contexts. The contribution of universities to innovation is a key driver of economic and social development, but should be more...

Experts discuss unconventional conflicts in the Americas

​Armed violence is increasingly occurring outside the context of war. On February 12-13, 2015, experts gathered in Washington, DC to discuss the key challenges in dealing with unconventional conflicts and violence. In the Americas, non-state actors...

Evaluating violence reduction efforts in South Africa

​Evaluating complex violence reduction interventions poses a wide variety of challenges, ranging from negotiating relationships between partners with different goals to nurturing community engagement and buy-in to the process. A new article by...

New report shows Vietnamese entrepreneurs are growth-oriented

​More than 70% of Vietnamese entrepreneurs choose to start a business to take advantage of opportunities. This is just one of many findings published in a new report that looks at entrepreneurship in Vietnam.The 2014 Vietnam Report, by the Global...

IODC 2015: Researchers seek to close the new data divide

​Does the unequal distribution of technological resources and available data sets threaten the developing world’s participation in the open data revolution? This was one of many questions on the minds of participants at the 3rd International Open...

Interviews focus on building safe and inclusive cities in Africa, Asia, and Latin America

This In Conversation video series is a collection of short interviews with IDRC research partners working to build safe and inclusive cities in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. It focuses on three important questions and offers insights from 15...

IODC 2015: Showcasing the social and economic promise of open data

More than 1,000 people attended the 3rd International Open Data Conference (IODC 2015) in Ottawa in late May, helping to illustrate how far the open data revolution has advanced in recent years. At least 1,300 others watched conference webcasts, and...

Reducing urban violence: Understanding why some men choose violence – and others don’t

What determines whether or not men choose violence? Do childhood experiences play a role? Does having children make a difference? Even though men are overwhelmingly the victims and perpetrators of armed violence in cities, little is known about the...

Making Central American cities safer: Community response to crime, violence

​Why do cities with similar conditions of social exclusion experience different levels of violence? IDRC-supported researchers in Costa Rica and El Salvador are sharing their answers to this question and what it means for reducing crime and...

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...

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LINKING UNIVERSITIES AND MARGINALISED COMMUNITIES
South African Case Studies of Innovation Focused on Livelihoods in Informal Settings

​South African universities are mandated to promote scholarship that is socially and economically responsive to local contexts. The contribution of universities to innovation is a key driver of economic and social development, but should be more...

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