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The Future of Data for Development

14 April 2016 | GDN co-organized a panel on "The Future of Data for Development" at the Civil Society Policy Forum on the sidelines of the Spring 2016 World Bank-IMF meetings. Winner of GDN's Next Horizon Essay Contest on the Future of Development Aid, Susannah Robinson presented key points from her essay on the role of of open data in improving aid accountability.

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The Global Development Awards Competition

18 March 2016 | The Japanese Awards for Outstanding Research in Development (ORD) and Most Innovative Development Project (MIDP) were presented at the Closing Ceremony of GDN's Annual Global Development Conference in Peru.

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Policy Lab: The Quality of Education in Latin America and the Caribbean

15-16 March 2016 | The Group for the Analysis of Development (GRADE) hosted GDN's Policy Lab on "Public Policies on Quality of Education in LAC: From Evidence to Policy Effectiveness" on the sidelines on GDN's Annual Global Development Conference in Lima, Peru.

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Past GDN Events

Take a look at past GDN events from 2010-2015.

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19th Global Development Conference

#K4SD asked how to strengthen the capacity of the current system of development research to meet new development challenges and facilitate sustainability.

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Supporting Inclusion in Africa

3 December 2016 | In Dakar, Senegal, GDN and the African Economic Research Consortium hosted a half-day policy dialogue with high-level policymakers, representatives of aid agencies, and senior African researchers to discuss how local researchers, policymakers and aid institutions can advance the research agenda on aid effectiveness and support local development policies.

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To Govern and to Serve | A New Book

15 June 2017 | The Global Development Network and the Peru-based Group for the Analysis of Development (GRADE) co-hosted the launch of the new book, ‘Improving Access and Quality of Public Services in Latin America: To Govern and To Serve’ at the GRADE offices in Barranco, Lima (Peru).

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