Reflections on the World Humanitarian Summit

‘One Humanity, Shared Responsibility’ This was the theme for last month’s World Humanitarian Summit in which world leaders, aid agencies, and development workers met in Istanbul, Turkey to discuss ways…

Agriculture, Aid, and Hunger in India

The issue of development aid is often a complicated one. A recent workshop at Penn State University traced its complicated history in India. “A History of Aid, Agriculture, and Hunger…

Doctorate In Law And Development Launched

Interested in studying law or development? A new doctorate launched by six universities allows students to do both. The European Joint Doctorate Programme in Law and Development (EDOLAD) is designed ”…

Five Questions With Michael Mascarenhas

Poverty and humanitarian aid are at the center of this week’s Q&A with a Framing the Global Fellow. Michael Mascarenhas is an associate professor in Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute‘s Department of Science…