Events preview: This week in development cooperation By Devex Editor 20 July 2015
Locals in Tebikenikora, a village in the Pacific island nation of Kiribati, where the effects of climate change can be seen and felt. China will host a summit on climate change in Beijing on July 22. Photo by:
Eskinder Debebe / United Nations / CC BY-NC-ND
The future of international development cooperation is not just hashed out in dusty field offices and ramshackle schools and hospitals, but also at a variety of events, celebrations and other gatherings. Below are some of the most noteworthy events for the week starting July 20:
Global Development and the 2016 Election July 20 Washington, D.C., United States Intergovernmental Negotiations on the Post-2015 Development Agenda July 20-24 New York, United States International Summer School for Cooperation and Local Development July 20-31 Trento, Italy From Aspiration to Transformation: Meaningful Progress in Women, Peace and Security in the Next 20 Years July 21 Washington, D.C., United States Crisis in the Sahel: Where Population and Climate Change are Colliding July 21 London, United Kingdom Why Well-being Should Drive Growth Strategies July 21 Washington, D.C., United States Multiple Pathways to Sustainable Development Roundtable July 21 Geneva, Switzerland From Evidence to Policy — Innovations in Shaping Reforms in Africa July 21-24 Cape Town, South Africa Food and Agribusiness Management Program July 21-31 New York, United States 2015 China Summit on Caring for Climate July 22 Beijing, China Is Bank Home Bias Good or Bad for Public Debt Sustainability? July 22 Tokyo, Japan Adaptive Management: Thoughts About USAID's Evolving Program Cycle July 22 Washington, D.C., United States Cities Safer by Design July 23 Washington, D.C., United States ASEAN Power Shift July 24-26 Singapore The 70th Annual Soil and Water Conservation Society Conference July 26-29 Greensboro, North Carolina, United States Know of an upcoming event that might be of interest to the international development community? Leave a comment below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org . Read more international development news online, and subscribe to The Development Newswire to receive the latest from the world’s leading donors and decision-makers — emailed to you FREE every business day.