International Development Conference 2017: Bridging Theory & Practice
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The International Development Conference (IDC) is the annual non-profit, student-organized and student-led Conference at the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC).
It started by two ambitious students in the International Development Studies (IDS) Co-op Program at UTSC [Might be too long, which is one of the most unique, dynamic and multidisciplinary programs at the university. Managed under the Centre for Critical Development Studies (CCDS), the IDS Program at UTSC is one of the longest standing international development studies undergraduate programs in Canada, with this year being its 30th anniversary. For three years, the IDC has represented a vibrant and engaged student community at UTSC, and left a legacy of promoting our rigorous and highly successful program, by bringing together a diversity of students, academics, faculty, and development practitioners from various backgrounds to encourage critical thinking in international development issues.
This conference is designed for students, alumni, academics, and professionals engaged in development. Members of the broader UTSC community who are interested in learning more about global issues and social justice are also invited to participate in this event.