Decade of Commemoration

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Development Research Week: 9th - 13th November 2015
TIDI's Trinity Development Research Week will run from the 9th to the 13th November. Events include a film screening and panel interview in conjunction with Suas and Global Health Week, a panel discussion on the Global Refugee Challenge, a symposium on the Sustainable Development Goals, and a session on Technology for Development. See the Development Research Week webpage for a detailed programme of events.

The Shame of Poverty: An Audience with Prof. Robert Walker
To mark International Day for the Eradication of Poverty (17th October), the Trinity International Development Initiative (TIDI), in partnership with the School of Social Work & Social Policy, TCD & ADT Fourth World hosted eminent Professor of Social Policy, Robert Walker, to give a keynote address on his recently titled book ‘The Shame of Poverty’.  This was followed by a conversational-style interview with RTE’s Religious and Social Affairs Correspondent, Joe Little and will feature short films along this theme. 

Research Funding Workshop
Hosted by the Trinity International Development Initiative (TIDI), DSA Ireland and 3U Global Health, this research workshop will bring together researchers, development practitioners and private industry, with a view to exploring and creating opportunities to pursue research on international development, which utilises the unique expertise of each sector. Minister for Overseas Development, Sean Sherlock TD will open this workshop.

Launch of Trinity IMpact Evaluation Unit (TIME)
The Department of Economics, Trinity College Dublin, in collaboration with the Trinity International Development Initiative will launch a new research group called the Trinity IMpact Evaluation Unit (TIME). TIME brings together researchers in economics and other academic disciplines working on micro-economic impact evaluations, development practitioners, and policy makers in a collective effort to understand the impact of development aid investments.