The Global Development Network(GDN) is organising the 18th Annual Global Development Conference specifically on climate change and agriculture in partnership with the Campbell Collaboration, the United Nations Industrial Development Organization and the Institute for Studies in Industrial Development, on 22-23 March 2018 in New Delhi. The conference will be a forum where global actors from governments, research, private sector and civil society can share knowledge and practices on innovative initiatives to address the development challenges of today and tomorrow.
As we begin celebrating our 10th anniversary, we want to thank our supporters over the past decade. As one of the events we are planning throughout the year, our two-day conference during Delhi Evidence Week will focus on what we have learned in supporting and producing effective and policy-relevant evidence that informs inclusive, equitable development.
The Department of Statistics, Computer Science, Applications and Action Research for Co-Development of the University of Florence, Italy are organising the First European Causal Inference Meeting (EuroCIM 2018). The meeting will be focused on causal inference in health, economic and social sciences. The conference will also feature short presentations and a poster section that will give researchers and practitioners the opportunity to show their work.
The Berkley Initiative for Transparency in Social Sciences will hold the Research Transparency and Reproducibility training from 4 to 6 April in Amsterdam, Netherlands. This training provides an overview of tools and best practices for transparent and reproducible social science research.