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The eleventh Cambridge International Development Conference (CamIDC) is taking place on Saturday 17th February, at St John’s Old Divinity School. The theme of the conference is ‘Productive Partnerships in International Development’.
The day brings a diverse array of scholars and experts in the field of international development in contact with interested members of the Cambridge community. The conference aim to challenge assumptions, encourage new connections within the field, and inspire delegates to engage with issues in this field.
The day has 4 sessions (2 speaker sessions, 1 panel session, 1 breakout session) across 2 rooms, making 8 talks in total and over 15 speakers. There is also a coffee break, lunch, and a networking hour over wine at the end.
The connecting thread of it all is the emphasis on ‘productive partnerships’: How should international organisations work together? Why have local partnerships been historically neglected? How can we even measure whether a partnership is productive? These types of question, and a focus on critical analysis, are the guiding force of the day.
We hope you are able to join us. Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, we have been able to keep our standard tickets at the early-bird price. Tickets are £10 for students, and £15 for non-students.
The Cambridge International Development Conference is a student-led, non-profit initiative, run by the Centre for Global Equality Student Society. We are grateful to our sponsors: ideaSpace, Diagnostics for the Real World, and Cambridge Wireless.