A policy brief published by the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs examines how faith communities, governments, and NGOs can help prevent girls from being left behind as Bangladesh emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Georgetown University’s engagement with issues of global development is campus-wide, from the Main Campus to the Law Center and the Medical Center.
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This master's program is a practitioner-focused graduate program that prepares students to understand and tackle the challenges of development. It is offered by the Global Human Development Program in the School of Foreign Service.
The Global Human Development Program sponsors this certificate program for School of Foreign Service undergraduates. Participants are exposed to a broad, range of courses as well as the core methodologies and analytical tools to assess the determinants and effects of international development.
The McCourt School of Public Policy sponsors this master's program. Participants focus on international development policy and gain skills in evidence-based policymaking.
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Established in 2011, the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security is an institute for research, scholarship, and outreach at the School of Foreign Service that seeks to deepen and extend the university's engagement with the critical issues of our time involving women worldwide.
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 international migration.
Georgetown University Initiative on Innovation, Development and Evaluation (gui2de) is a collaboration between the Economics Department and the McCourt School of Public Policy, promoting field-based research in developing countries to evaluate the effectiveness of interventions in policy domains.