Showcasing innovative approaches to development with experts from around the globe

The Perspectives in International Development seminars are held on Wednesdays from 12:25 – 1:15 p.m. EST on Zoom and are open to all students, faculty and the public. The series is co-sponsored by the Department of Global Development (IARD 6960), the Department of Natural Resources & the Environment (NTRES 6960), the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management (AEM 6960), and the School of Integrative Plant Science (PLSCS 6960). 

Spring 2021 seminars

Ariana Constant

Community approach to strengthening smallholder farmers' position, power and contribution within agricultural value chains

Leala Rosen headshot

Gender equity & social inclusion among community forest groups in the mid-hills of Nepal: Who benefits?

Atuka Toda gives a speech holding microphone and papers

Acceleration of the African agricultural transformation: key role of private sector actors

Sameena Nazir headshot

COVID-19 in traditional farming communities in Pakistan: Challenges and adaptations

Sathya Raghu headshot

Creating climate resilient incomes for the ultra-poor farmers in India

Jaron Porciello

Findings: How are farmers using digital services in low- and middle-income countries?

Ndidi Nuweli

Food entrepreneurs in Africa: scaling resilient agriculture businesses

Debisi Araba headshot

How the unimaginable can be achieved in African agribusiness

Ravi Kanbur headshot

An age of rising inequality? No, but yes

Carlos Larrea headshot

Extractivism and alternatives in the Choco area of Ecuador

Seminar archive

Did you miss a seminar? Watch the recordings of global experts who shared their perspective on international development.

Fall 2020 series