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Youth Section

Every Wednesday, Globaldev invites young graduates and researchers under the age of 30 to explore and share their faith in developing a sound knowledge base, and engaging in high-quality, sustainable, development research. The Youth section was born out of a Youth Competition organized by GDN and its partners in 2019. This section's articles are subject to the same editorial process and to the same standards as all the articles published on GlobalDev.

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  • 25 March 2020
  • Post by Gaur, Avnish
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When progressive policy and quality research come together

This blog is part of a series organised in conjunction with the 19th global development conference. High-quality research is a sine qua non in India’...

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  • 18 March 2020
  • Post by Papadimitri, Panagiota
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Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals: the need for technical tools

This blog is part of a series organised in conjunction with the 19th global development conference. How should progress on achieving the Sustainable...

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  • 11 March 2020
  • Post by Aminu, Rhoda
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Targeted participatory and collaborative research for progress on the SDGs

This blog is part of a series organised in conjunction with the 19th global development conference. The 17 th of the Sustainable Development Goals...

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  • 04 March 2020
  • Post by Bhunia, Abhirup
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Research-policy linkages: lessons from India’s food versus cash debate

This blog is part of a series organised in conjunction with the 19th global development conference. Research plays an important role in development...

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  • 26 February 2020
  • Post by Deka, Rongmon
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Regulating industrial air pollution in India

This blog is part of a series organised in conjunction with the 19th global development conference. Air pollution levels in India are among the...

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  • 19 February 2020
  • Post by Adebayo, Seun
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Qualified teachers: research evidence on effective educational practices

This blog is part of a series organised in conjunction with the 19th global development conference. Quality teachers are widely understood to be...

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  • 11 February 2020
  • Post by Mapanje, Olga
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Climate information services for farmers: lessons from research

This blog is part of a series organised in conjunction with the 19th global development conference. Providing climate information services to...

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  • 04 November 2019
  • Post by Miranda, Alejandra
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Bridging the gap between sustainable development research and policy

This blog is part of a series organised in conjunction with the 19th global development conference. Policies for achieving the Sustainable...

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  • 22 October 2019
  • Post by Gupta, Shivam
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How digitalization is supporting sustainable development

This blog is part of a series organised in conjunction with the 19th global development conference. Digital technologies can make an enormous...

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