Development

Development

Georgetown University’s engagement with issues of global development is campus-wide, from the Main Campus to the Law Center and the Medical Center.

Distinguished faculty across schools, departments, and centers bring multidisciplinary strengths to teaching and research within this growing field. Global development work resonates with Georgetown's institutional commitment to advancement of the values of human dignity and the global common good. Washington, D.C., home to the World Bank, International Monetary Fund, and an array of other key international and national institutions, is an ideal location for the exploration of global development issues in their policy, legal, and ethical dimensions.

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AND RESEARCH PROGRAMS

Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security

Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security

Established in 2011, the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security (GIWPS) is an institute for research, scholarship, and outreach at the School of Foreign Service which seeks to deepen and extend the university's engagement with the…

Georgetown University Initiative on Innovation, Development, and Evaluation (gui2de)

Georgetown University Initiative on Innovation, Development, and Evaluation (gui2de)

This initiative is a collaboration between the Economics Department and the McCourt School of Public Policy, and promotes field-based research in developing countries to evaluate the impact and effectiveness of interventions in policy domains…
Institute for the Study of International Migration

Institute for the Study of International Migration

Established in 1998, the Institute for the Study of International Migration is a research institute at the School of Foreign Service applying the best in social science, legal, and policy expertise to the complex and controversial issues raised by…

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Certificate in Refugees and Humanitarian Emergencies

Chinese Electoral Framework Project

Community-Based Learning Abroad

Donald M. Payne International Development Graduate Fellowship

Education and Social Justice Summer Research Fellowship

Faith and Development in Cambodia Interview Series

Food Security and Food Sovereignty in the Middle East

Gateway to Georgetown Programs

Global Social Enterprise Initiative

GU Impacts Fellowship Program

Innovation and Leadership in Government Program

Jesuit Commons: Higher Education at the Margins

Kiswahili Language and Development Studies

Leadership and Advocacy for Women in Africa Fellowship Program

M.A. in Development Management and Policy - National University of General San Martín

M.A. in Latin American Studies/Ph.D. in Government

M.S. in Foreign Service

M.S. in Foreign Service Concentration in International Development

M.S. in Foreign Service/M.A. in Global, International & Comparative History

M.S. in Global Health

M.S. in Global Health Program Field Research

Magis Jamaica Alternative Break

Major in International Economics

Master of Global Human Development

Master of International Development Policy

Master of Professional Studies in Urban and Regional Planning

McCourt Policy in Practice

Partnership: USAID Center of Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance

Popular Consultation in East Timor Information Center

Practitioners and Faith-Inspired Development Interview Series

Profiles in Peace: Oral Histories Project

Religion and Development: Country-Level Mapping

Religion and Global Development Program - World Faiths Development Dialogue

Religious Liberty, Economic Freedom, and Development

Religious Liberty, Political Freedom, and Democracy

Research Project: Transitional Electoral Framework for Syria International Electoral Policy and Practice

Study Abroad in Khon Kaen, Thailand: Development and Globalization - Council on International Educational Exchange

The Church and the World Program

The Evolution of Gulf Global Cities

The Political Economy of the Gulf

The State and Innovation in the Gulf

U.S.-Afghan Women's Council

U.S.-Middle East Partnership Initiative Student Leaders Program

Women, Religion, and the Family

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