The Freire Project, formerly with McGill University, is dedicated to building an international critical community which works to promote social justice in a variety of cultural contexts; committed to conducting and sharing critical research in social, political, and educational locations.
The Educational Technology Debate (ETD) seeks to promote a substantive discussion of how low-cost information and communication technology (ICT) device initiatives for educational systems in developing countries are relevant to the very groups they purport to serve – the students, teachers, and their surrounding communities. The Educational Technology Debate (ETD) is sponsored by infoDev and UNESCO.
The Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) is an open global network of representatives from NGOs, UN agencies, donor agencies, governments, academic institutions, schools and affected populations working together to ensure all persons the right to quality and safe education in emergencies and post-crisis recovery.
This electronic quarterly features interviews and articles on a variety of intercultural topics and events. Intercultures is published by the Centre for Intercultural Learning, established in 1969 by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) and in 1996 was incorporated into the Canadian Foreign Service Institute, which is internationally recognized in the area of training.
The Institute for the Study of International Development at McGill University makes available a new series of publications, Research to Practice Policy Briefs. The ultimate goal of the policy briefs is to harness the research expertise of a major university in ways that will directly contribute to better evidence based policies.