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Evidence for Development: What Works Global Summit 2021

Published on October 22, 2021 Updated on November 8, 2021
Le 25 October 2021 De 15:45 à 16:45
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Panel discussion with Vianney Dequiedt

The Campbell Collaboration and the Global Development Network have joined hands to co-host a flagship event for this year, from 18-27 October 2021.
Titled, 'Evidence for Development: What Works Global Summit 2021,' the conference will target 400 participants, drawn from a diverse group of researchers, evaluators, policymakers, representatives of international organizations, civil society, development practitioners, and the private sector.

Vianney Dequiedt will discuss the "Remote sensing to assess what works in contexts of fragility, conflict or violence" on Monday 25 October at 3.45 pm (CET). The Ferdi which has a research program on "Peace, Security, and Development in the Sahel", organizes this panel.

Other panelists:
  • Jean-Louis Arcand, Professor, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies;
  • Nialé Kaba, Minister of planning and development, Côte d’Ivoire (tbc);
  • Mathilde Maurel, Research Director, CNRS, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.
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More information : Detailed Program.