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Date: Wednesday, 12/June/2024
10:00am
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12:00pm
Conference Welcome and Keynote
Location: RPHYS 112 - Plenary Day 1
12:00pm
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1:30pm
Lunch Day 1
1:30pm
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3:00pm
1.3.1 Beyond Nature: Unraveling the Political and Gendered Realities of Disasters
Location: RPHYS 103
 

Chair(s): Christine Gibb (University of Ottawa)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Fragmented Disaster Response: How Politics Affects Post-Disaster Rehabilitation and Recovery in the Philippines

Marinelle Lopez Distor
University of Ottawa

 

How do Religion and Culture Shape Women’s Access to Disaster Aid in Evacuation Camps in Pakistan?

Jehan Zeb, Christine Gibb
University of Ottawa

 

The Governance of Post-disaster Relocation Sites as “Camps”

Christine Gibb
University of Ottawa

1.3.2: An intersectional view on contemporary development issues
Location: RPHYS 114
 

Three-decades of disability movement in Nigeria: x-raying how leadership of disability movement has fared in the struggle against rights abuse and societal inequality

Paul Eneojo Yaro Okpanachi

University of Ottawa



Partisanism, ethnic chauvinism and the state of democracy in Africa

Gallous Asong Atabongwoung

University of Pretoria, South Africa



Backsliding of Democracy and Decentralization in Kerala (India)

Jos Chathukulam

Centre for Rural Management (CRM), Kottayam, Kerala, India



The Role of Human Capital in Development: Examining the “Kerala Model” of Developmet

Joseph M Tharamangalam

Mount St. VincentUnversity, Canada

1.3.3 Enjeux et défis de l’action climatique féministe en Afrique de l’Ouest
Location: RPHYS 115
 

Chair(s): Fernande Abanda (Inter Pares, Canada), Geneviève Talbot (SUCO, Canada)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

L’action climatique féministe : une réponse aux défis particuliers que pose la crise climatique. Leçons tirées du projet ACF-AO dans les zones pour les populations côtières et insulaires de l’Afrique de l’Ouest

Eric Chaurette
Inter Pares

 

L’évolution de l’action climatique féministe en Afrique de l’Ouest

Khadiatou Sarr1, Mariamé Ouattara2
1UQAM, Canada; CIÉRA, ( Centre Inter Universitaire des études et recherches Autochtones), 2Inter Pares

 

Expériences et solutions concrètes proposées par les communautés des zones insulaires et de mangroves aux premières loges de la crise climatique. : le cas du Sénégal.

Selbé Faye1, El Hadji Faye2
1Enda Pronat, Sénégal, 2SUCO, Canada

 

Valorisation et prise en compte des savoirs endogènes dans la gouvernance climatique nationale et internationale et la résilience des systèmes alimentaires

Luana Pereira1, Fernande Abanda2
1Tiniguena, Guinée Bissau, 2Inter Pares

1.3.4: Digitalization in the International Development field
Location: RPHYS 118
 

Globalization and sustainable development: the mediating role of Digitalization in the EU context

Solomon Gyamfi, Mohammed Ibrahim Gariba, Faustina Owusu Ansah, Fazal Ur Rehman

University of Pardubice, Czech Republic



Harnessing Digital Technologies for Circular Economy: A Transnational Bridge to Sustainable Globalization in Africa

Mohammed Ibrahim Gariba, Dr. Mohammed Marzuk Abubakar, Mabel Opoku Gyau, Ibrahim Wannous, Hawawu Mustapha Yaajalal, Al-Mardhiyyah Adams

University of Pardubice, Czech Republic



Digital rights in a fragile context: envisioning safer spaces for global solidarity.

Judyannet Muchiri

Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada



The Digital and the Uncertain Path to Development: A Global South Perspective

Mohamed Zayani

Georgetown University, United States of America

3:00pm
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3:30pm
Break 2 Day 1
3:30pm
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5:00pm
1.4.1 Gender, Security and Development
Location: RPHYS 103
 

Chair(s): Rebecca Tiessen (University of ottawa, Canada)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Intersecting Realities: Feminist Perspectives of the Militarized Agression in Gaza in a Changing Climate

Lina Aburas Awadalla
uOttawa

 

Bottom Up Transformation or Political Rhetoric? Lessons from Colombia’s Transitional Justice Model

Safo Musta
uOttawa

 

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT: WHAT GHANAIAN GRASSROOTS ORGANIZATIONS BRING TO THE TABLE

Ayewa Donkoh
uOttawa

 

Women and LGBTQIA2S+ human rights defenders: at the intersection of protection and participation

Madison Fillmore
uOttawa

1.4.2: Health perspectives on development issues
Location: RPHYS 114
 

Building Health Literacy and Numeracy through Oral Information Solutions among Poor Women in Northern Pakistan

Salima Meherali1, Saba Nisa1, Sobia Idrees1, Brett Mathews2, David Myhre2, Zohra Lassi3

1: University of Alberta; 2: My Oral Village; 3: University of Adelaide



The Wider Impact of Covid-19 on Health and Well-being of Pregnant and Parent Youth and Their Children

Salima Meherali, Amber Hussain, Saba Nisa

University of Alberta, Canada



Climate Change & Reproductive Maternal, Newborn, Child, & Adolescent Health (RMNCAH): Evidence Gap Map Exercise

Salima Meherali1, Saba Nisa1, Yared Aynalem1, Zohra Lassi2

1: University of Alberta, Canada; 2: University of Adelaide

1.4.3: Structural obstacles to development
Location: RPHYS 115
 

Quand les obstacles structurel et culturel fragilisent les droits sociaux en Haïti. Étude de la stratégie nationale d’aide sociale de 2010 à 2025.

Jean Clarck Marc Charles

UNIVERSITE OTTAWA, Canada



Extractivisme, conservation et conflits en Afrique de l’Ouest

Nicolas Hubert

Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada

1.4.4 Multidisciplinary Network for Researchers and Practitioners of Education and Global Development
Prachi Srivastava1, Claudia Mitchell2, Blane Harvey2, Anushka Khanna1, Joseph Levitan2
1: Western University; 2: McGill University
Location: RPHYS 118
 

Prachi Srivastava1, Claudia Mitchell2, Blane Harvey2, Anushka Khanna1, Joseph Levitan2

1: Western University; 2: McGill University

Date: Thursday, 13/June/2024
8:30am
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10:00am
2.1.1 Development actors in their own right? Canadian CSOs and their relationship with the Canadian government
Location: SH680 1161
 

Chair(s): Stephen Brown (University of Ottawa, Canada)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

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Denis Côté
AQOCI

 

N/A

Heather Dicks1, Andrea Paras2
1Memorial, 2Guelph

 

N/A

David Black
Dalhousie

 

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John Cameron1, Heather Dicks2, Liam Swiss3
1Dalhousie, 2Memorial, 3Acadia

 

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Karen Spring, Susan Spronk
Ottawa

2.1.2: Health and Wellbeing
Location: SH680 1351
 

Turning the First Stone: Analyzing Human Resource Shortages and Herb Scarcity with Health Systems Models in Two System African States

Robyn Una Allen

Brandon University, Canada



Exploring factors contributing to poor maternal health outcome in women presenting from conflict affected areas

Felagot Taddese Terefe

SPHMMC, Ethiopia



Exploring a reconceptualization of adaptive preferences as a tool for understanding survivors of sexual violence.

Laureen A Owaga

University of Guelph, Canada

2.1.3: Environmental, Health, and Economic Perspectives on Climate Change Action
Location: SH680 1399
 

A search for ecological justice in the climate crisis

Kathy Bergs

University of Ottawa, Canada



The politics of health and social equity in Nationally Determined Contribution Reports to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change

Megan Arthur

The Australian National University, Australia



A messy mash-up of shadow governance and locally-led urban adaptation in informal settlements: perspectives from Panorama, Colombia

Steffen Lajoie

Université de Montréal, Canada



Uncovering the impacts of women-centric lending programs on women’s empowerment in the Bolivian Aquaculture Sector

Sean Irwin1, Laura Parisi2

1: Royal Roads University; 2: University of Victoria

2.1.4: Why Peace Professionalism Matters in Uncertain Conflict and Development Contexts
Location: SH680 1365
 

Why Peace Professionalism Matters in Uncertain Conflict and Development Contexts

Philip Onguny1, Nathan Funk2, Evelyn Voigt3, Gordon Breedyk3, Peace Mukazi1, Victoria Gachuche1, Fatim Maiga2, William Jackson-Monrore1, Noman Sajjad2, Neil Arya5, Jessica Baumgardner-Zuzik4, Randall Puljek-Shank7, Allyson Bachta4, Jobb Arnold9, Jacinta Mwende6, Anna Snyder9, Lauren Levesque1, Richard Moore10, Luis Diaz11, Louis Santander8

1: Saint Paul University, Canada; 2: Conrad Grebel University College (University of Waterloo), Canada; 3: Civilian Peace Service Canada; 4: Alliance for Peacebuilding, USA; 5: PEGASUS Institute, Canada; 6: University of Nairobi, Kenya; 7: Peace Academy Foundation, Bosnia-Herzegovina; 8: BSocial, Colombia; 9: Canadian Mennonite University, Canada; 10: MDR Associates Conflict Resolution Inc.; 11: Universidad Pedagógica y Tecnológica de Colombia (UPTC), Colombia

10:00am
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10:30am
Break 1 Day 2
10:30am
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12:00pm
2.2.1: Overlapping crises in Sub-Saharan Africa
Location: SH680 1161
 

Building resilient food security in response to overlapping crises in Sub-Saharan Africa using a nexus approach

Cynthia Neudoerffer1, Stefan Epp-Koop1, Florence Nduku1, Maria Tendai Dendre2

1: Canadian Foodgrains Bank, Canada; 2: Zimbabwe Council of Churches, Zimbabwe



Insecurity and care amidst climate change and conflict: a focus on the Lake Chad region

Gabrielle Daoust

University of Northern British Columbia, Canada



From farmer-herder conflict to banditry crisis: A study of north-central Nigeria

Plangshak Musa Suchi

University of Jos, Nigeria



Including young people in dialogues in times of crisis: An agentic way to look at Mali’s conflict differently.

Kattie Lussier1, Claudia Mitchell2

1: PREAM project; 2: McGill University

2.2.2: Childcare, the Pandemic, and policy advocacy
Location: SH680 1351
 

Childcare Amidst Crisis: Reshaping Neoliberal Discourses of Care in the Non-Profit Space

Meghan Mendelin

Queen's University, Canada



Children’s Rights Education - A Grounding Orientation for Children within an Insecure Worldies

Heather Kathleen Manion1, Shelley Jones2

1: Royal Roads University, Canada; 2: Royal Roads University, Canada



“Does government funding constrain policy advocacy by charities? Examination of CRA data on ‘political activities’, 2003-2018”

John Cameron1, Heather Dicks2, Liam Swiss3

1: Dalhousie University, Canada; 2: Memorial University; 3: Acadia University

2.2.3: Critical reflections on financing for security, solidarity spaces in fighting climate change, and volunteering
Location: SH680 1399
 

Un profil de compétences pour les coopérants volontaires du Québec : Première perspective d’experts

Lauriane Maheu1, Philippe Longpré1, Sandrine Richard1, Sandrine Thibault1, Denis Côté2

1: Université de Sherbrooke; 2: Association québécoise des organismes de coopération internationale



Le financement, nerf de la guerre des solutions africaines aux problèmes sécuritaires africains

Nicolas Klingelschmitt

Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada



Naviguer les paradoxes par l’organisation d’espaces de solidarité internationale pour lutter contre la crise climatique : le cas de l’AQOCI à la COP28

Katherine Robitaille1, Denis Côté2, Laura Wilmot3, Laura Fequino4, Noémie Lefrançois5, Mishka Caldwell-Pichette6, Carola Mejía11, Chennaiah Poguri7, Djibril Niang8, Fany Kuiru Castro9, Anne-Marie Milondo10

1: Université Laval; 2: Association québécoise des organismes de coopération internationale; 3: Université Laval; 4: Université de Sherbrooke; 5: Professionnelle en environnement; 6: Professionnelle en environnement; 7: Peoples’s Coalition on Food Sovereignty; 8: Jeunes volontaires pour l’environnement Sénégal; 9: COICA; 10: CBCS-Network; 11: LATINDADD

2.2.4: Feminist Policy Impact and Activism
Location: SH680 1365
 

The conflation of abortion, LGBTI+ rights, and sexual and reproductive health and rights in Zambia

Nomthandazo Malambo, Stephen Brown

University of Ottawa, Canada



Women's Activism in Bangladesh: Affective Communities and Spaces of Social Reproduction

Nausheen Quayyum

York University, Canada



In Search of Transformative Horizons: A Feminist Institutionalist Analysis of Canada and Transitional Justice in Colombia

Safo Musta

University of Ottawa, Canada



Transformative organizational and programmatic change? Civil society responses to the Canadian Feminist International Assistance Policy (FIAP)

Sheila Rao1, Ann Delorme2

1: Concordia University; 2: Humanity and Inclusion

12:00pm
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1:30pm
Lunch Day 2
1:30pm
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3:00pm
2.3.1: Economic perspectives, financial assistance, and financial injustices
Location: SH680 1161
 

Economic Challenges in Mid- and Low-Income Countries: A Comprehensive Analysis of Economic Insecurity, Sovereign Debt Crisis, Unemployment, and Inflation

Samuel Anobaah Awuku

Nexia Debrah & Co., Ghana



Industrial Pollution and Health Issues among Rural Citizens: Does Injustice in Financial Assistance Matter?

Fazal Ur Rehman

University of Pardubice, Czech Republic



THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MONITORING AND EVALUATION PRACTICES IN PROMOTING SUSTAINABLE VILLAGE SAVINGS AND LOANS ASSOCIATION (VSLA) IN NORTHERN GHANA.

Labaran Murtala Gariba1, Mohammed Ibrahim Gariba2, Fazal Ur Rehman2, Solomon Gyamfi2, Grace Addo- Donkoh2, Saadatu Mohammed2

1: University for Development Studies, Ghana; 2: University of Pardubice, Czech Republic

2.3.2: (Neo)Extractivism and mining
Location: SH680 1351
 

Varieties of (Neo)Extractivism in the ‘Lithium Triangle’: a Multiscalar IPE Analysis

Alicja Paulina Krubnik

McMaster University, Canada



Transformations in IFI-State Relationships and the Consequences to (Neo)Extractivisms in Brazil and Ecuador

Alicja Paulina Krubnik

McMaster University, Canada



Mapping the Critical Zone: A New Era of Research in Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining

Sandra McKay

Queen's University, Canada



Innovative Finance and Urban Dispossession: 'A Plan for Everyone for a Better Life' in Honduras

Karen Janet Spring

University of Ottawa, Canada

2.3.3 Positionnalités, épistémologies et méthodologies féministes pour questionner les rapports de pouvoir en coopération internationale | Feminist positionalities, epistemologies and methodologies for questioning power relations in international cooperation
Location: SH680 1399
 

Chair(s): Katherine Robitaille (Université Laval), Isabelle Auclair (Université Laval), Jade St-Georges (Université Laval)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Réflexions sur les rapports de pouvoir dans les processus de (re)production, de diffusion et de valorisation des connaissances et savoirs en coopération internationale

Isabelle Auclair, Jade St-Georges, Katherine Robitaille
Université Laval

 

Embracing diverse knowledge forms and redefining expertise through anti-capitalist, feminist, and decolonial principles

Brianna Long Parent
VIDEA & Carleton University

 

Injustices épistémiques et expertise en genre. Comment surmonter l’ignorance épistémique pour contribuer aux luttes féministes transnationales?

Véronique Plouffe
Université d’Ottawa

 

Doing Repair

Sofia Zaragocin
Universidad San Francico de Quito

2.3.4 Teaching International Development Studies: Why and How to Integrate a Decolonial Lens
Location: SH680 1365
 

Chair(s): John Cameron (Dalhousie University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

A Review of IDS Syllabi and Strategies to Integrate a Decolonial Lens

Alexandra Wilson
University of Ottawa

 

Reflections on a New Course on Decolonizing Development

Andrea Paras
Guelph University

 

Reflections on a New Course on Racism and Development

Ajay Parasram
Dalhousie University

 

Reflections on Teaching Gender and Intersectionality in International Development

Laura Parisi
University of Victoria

3:00pm
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3:30pm
Break 2 Day 2
3:30pm
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5:00pm
CASID AGM
Location: MAASS 112 - Plenary Day 2
7:00pm
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10:00pm
CASID Social
Date: Friday, 14/June/2024
8:30am
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10:00am
3.1.1: Dissecting policy: what is working, what is not?
Location: SH680 1161
 

Using Research for Building and Disseminating Evidence for Advocacy and Policy Adaptation

Linda Jane Liutkus

Plan International Canada, Canada



Investment Promotion and Governance in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Cross-Sectional Policy Analysis

Steffi Hamann

York University, Canada



Invisible and precarious: A scoping review of gender-based violence in agricultural streams of Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker Program

Silvia Leonor Sarapura, Regan Zink, Margarita Fontecha, Nicole Cupolo, Charlotte Potter

University of Guelph, Canada

3.1.2 Development dynamics of agro-extractivism and agroecological alternatives
Location: SH680 1351
 

Chair(s): Ben McKay (University of Calgary, Canada)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Development dynamics of agro-extractivism and agroecological alternatives

Haroon Akram-Lodhi
Trent University

 

Development dynamics of agro-extractivism and agroecological alternatives

Henry Veltmeyer
Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas

 

Development dynamics of agro-extractivism and agroecological alternatives

Arturo Ezquerro-Cañete
University of New Brunswick

 

Development dynamics of agro-extractivism and agroecological alternatives

Ben McKay
University of Calgary

3.1.3 Extractivism, Security and Development in Africa
Location: SH680 1399
 

Chair(s): Nathan Andrews (McMaster University), Phil Faanu (McMaster University, Canada)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Security Movements in Extractive Spaces: Dispossession, Community-Level Grievance and Resource Conflicts in Ghana

Alhassan S. Saaka1, Augustine Gyan2
1McMaster University, 2University of Bayreuth

 

Symbolic of Conflict Resolution by Civilian Armed Groups in South Kivu

Falk Petegou, Christopher Huggins
University of Ottawa

 

#Stop Galamsey: The Securitization Language of ASM in the Media and its Influence on Policy

Racheal Wallace
Carleton University

 

Climate Change Adaptation in Small and Medium-sized Cities and Municipalities

Ama Kissiwah Boateng
University of Public Service, Budapest Hungary

3.1.4 Gender, Security and Development (2)
Location: SH680 1365
 

Chair(s): Rebecca Tiessen (University of ottawa, Canada)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Reflections on the RN WPS Symposium: Taking Action to Address Gender Equality, Peace and Security

Lena Dedyuka
uOttawa

 

Overview of Research Priorities from the RN WPS Symposium Findings

Phuong Tran
uOttawa

 

Ending Sexual and Gender-based Violence (SGBV) in Crisis- and Conflict-affected Contexts: Effective Strategies and Persistent Barriers

Rebecca Tiessen
uOttawa

 

Conditional Cash Transfers and their Impacts on Women in Nigeria

Nnenna Okoli
uOttawa

10:00am
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10:30am
Break 1 Day 3
10:30am
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12:00pm
3.2.1: Epistemic (in)justice
Location: SH680 1161
 

Epistemic Justice and the Knowledge Commons

Chair(s): Prachi Srivastava (Western University, Canada)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Reconceptualizing violence in international and comparative education: revisiting Galtung’s framework

Julia Paulson1, Leon Tikly2
1University of Saskatchewan, 2Bristol University

 

Why is epistemic humility for epistemic justice provocative? A reflexive assessment

Prachi Srivastava
Western University

 

Re-storying the university: reclaiming epistemic justice through liminal spaces of unlearning

Katherine Blouin1, Girish Daswani2
1University of Toronto Scarborough, 2University of Toronto Scarborogh

 

Reimagining knowledge mobilization: Confronting epistemic (in)justice and our carbon-constrained futures

Blane Harvey, Ying-Syuan Huang
McGill University

3.2.2: Focus on Canada
Location: SH680 1351
 

Exploring Entrepreneurship Opportunities Among Immigrant Women in Brandon, Manitoba

Shirlyn Minoja Kunaratnam

Brandon University, Canada



The Road to Internationalization is Paved With Good Intentions: Ethical Dimensions of Internationalization in Ontario's Community Colleges

Christopher Duncanson-Hales

Canadore College, Canada



Negotiating Identities in Development: Experiences from the Second-Generation Tamil Diaspora in Canada

Akalya Kandiah

McMaster University, Canada



International education, migration and contemporary overlapping crises: examining Mexican and Vietnamese students’ temporalities in Canada’s edu-gration system

Anne-Cécile Delaisse, Maria Cervantes

The University of British Columbia - Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, Canada

3.2.3 La gestion des risques et de la sécurité : un nouveau paradigme pour les organisations canadiennes qui ont des opérations internationales?
Location: SH680 1399
 

Chair(s): François Audet (Université du Québec à Montréal), Olivier Arvisais (Université du Québec à Montréal), Catherine Viens (Observatoire canadien sur les crises et l'action humanitaires, Canada)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Modèle de gestion des risques et de la sécurité de l’OCCAH basé sur l’obligation de diligence : l’exemple des institutions académiques au Québec

François Audet1, Christine Persaud2, David Morin3, Catherine Viens2
1Université du Québec à Montréal, 2Observatoire canadien sur les crises et l'action humanitaires, 3Université de Sherbrooke

 

« Duty of care » ou « Duty of caring » ?

Caroline Coulombe, Jonathan Harvey
Université du Québec à Montréal

 

Seuils de tolérance aux risques à travers le prisme de la radicalisation et de l’extrémisme violent

David Morin
Université de Sherbrooke

 

Quel design de résilience pour nos organisations face aux risques émergents et aux polycrises

Yannick Hémond
Université du Québec à Montréal

3.2.4: Food security and Indigenous perspectives
Location: SH680 1365
 

taking care of the land for food security: The Indigenous Planning of Quechua People in Peru

Silvia Leonor Sarapura Escobar

University of Guelph, Canada



Social reproduction and agricultural productivity: the case of Malawi

A. Haroon Akram-Lodhi

Trent University, Canada



Women’s challenges in indigenous knowledge food security in South Africa: The case of Alice in the Eastern Cape Province

Gabriel Acha Ekobi

University of Fort Hare, South Africa



The political economy of agroecological transitions

Ben McKay1, Georgina Catacora-Vargas2, Ryan Nehring3

1: University of Calgary, Canada; 2: Professor of Agroecology, Academic Peasant Unit “Tiahuanacu” of the Bolivian Catholic University; 3: Associate Research Fellow, International Food Policy Research Institute

12:00pm
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1:30pm
Lunch Day 3
1:30pm
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3:00pm
3.3.1: Ecological perspectives: water system governance, weather preparedness and 'the feminization' of agriculture
Location: SH680 1161
 

Examining the ‘feminization of agriculture’ among small-scale farming households living in complex socio-ecological systems in San Marcos, Guatemala

Emily Kocsis, Joshua Garcia-Barrios, Warren Dodd

University of Waterloo, School of Public Health Sciences



Perspectives of local water system governance and health among various stakeholders in a Western Highland community of Guatemala

Joshua Garcia-Barrios, Emily Kocsis, Brian Laird, Warren Dodd

Univeristy of Waterloo, School of Public Health Sciences



Examining extreme weather event preparedness, response, and recovery among community health workers in Negros Oriental, Philippines: A qualitative study

Bridget Beggs1, Lincoln Lau2,3, Laura Jane Brubacher1, Warren Dodd1

1: University of Waterloo, Canada; 2: University of Toronto, Canada; 3: International Care Ministries, Philippines

3.3.2: Indigenous knowledge systems, perspectives, and contributions.
Location: SH680 1351
 

'Community Resilience and Memory Narratives among Weavers in a Country in Reconciliation

Laura Sarmiento

Saint Mary Universtity, Canada



The Social Impacts of Retail Stores in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region.

Tamara Leanne Donnelly

University of Ottawa, Canada



Land, worldview, culture: Impacts and dynamics of change within Indigenous Knowledge Systems

Charlotte Potter, Silvia Sarapura

University of Guelph, Canada

3.3.3 (Auto)réflexion critique, positionnalité et perspectives plurielles sur les transformations en coopération internationale
Katherine Robitaille1, Sara Farley2
1: Université Laval, Canada; 2: Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), Canada
Location: SH680 1399
 

Katherine Robitaille1, Sara Farley2

1: Université Laval, Canada; 2: Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), Canada

3.3.4: Decolonial Disability Studies and Overlapping Global Crises: Transcending Traditional Development Intervention and Epistemic Paradigms
Location: SH680 1365
 

Decolonial Disability Studies and Overlapping Global Crises: Transcending Traditional Development Intervention and Epistemic Paradigms

Chair(s): Alexis Padilla (University of Missouri Saint Louis)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

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Karen Soldatic1, Thuy Nguyen2, Shilpaa Annan3
1Toronto Metropolitan University, 2Carlton University, 3Telangana University

3:00pm
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3:30pm
Break 2 Day 3
3:30pm
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5:00pm
3.4.1: Sustainable Development Goals; Refugee livelihoods through education
Location: SH680 1161
 

Building sustainable and decent refugee livelihoods through education? Interplay between policies and realities of five refugee groups in Global South

Preeti Dagar

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom



Decentring the Sustainable Development Goals: Alternatives to reimagining desired shared futures.

Loretta Baidoo1, Kent Williams2, Alexander Davis3

1: St. Mary's University, Canada; 2: Acadia University; 3: Mount Saint Vincent University



ANALYZING THE IMPACT OF THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS ON POVERTY, GENDER EQUALITY, AND CLIMATE CHANGE IN RURAL AFRICAN HOUSEHOLDS (2017-2022)

Yusuf Adebowale

Brandon University, Canada

3.4.2 Decolonizing the IDS Syllabus: Launch and Discussion
Georgina Alonso1, Adrian Murray2, Jess Notwell3
1: University of Johannesburg, South Africa; 2: University of Ottawa; 3: King’s University College
Location: SH680 1351
 

Georgina Alonso1, Adrian Murray2, Jess Notwell3

1: University of Johannesburg, South Africa; 2: University of Ottawa; 3: King’s University College

3.4.3: Critical analysis from India on the Agrarian Social Movement, the 2008 Kandhamal violence, and rural youth-life course in Colombia
Location: SH680 1399
 

Looking for a Dream: understanding rural youth life-course in Colombia

Maria Margarita Fontecha, Silvia Leonor Sarapura

University Of Guelph, Canada



Authoritarian Neoliberalism Meets Agrarian Populism: Decoding the Agrarian Social Movement of 2020-21 in India

Paramjit Singh

York University, Canada



Decolonizing Memory in the National Imagination: A Critical Analysis of the 2008 Kandhamal Violence

Clara A.B. Joseph

University of Calgary, Canada

 

 
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