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Michael Pluess

We are seeking an ambitious, talented, and highly motivated clinical psychologist/psychotherapist for a new and exciting clinical research project in Lebanon with Médecins du Monde (http://daleel-madani.org/job/mdmf/research-project-manager-psychotherapist-professionnal-mf). This person is to provide psychotherapy to Syrian refugee children (as part of the research) and contribute to the management of the R2HC-funded research project which is led by […]

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Alice Wuermli

INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR APPLICATIONS Center of Advanced Studies on Educational Justice Research fellows Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, supported by the PIA-CONICYT Project CIE 160007 “Center of Advanced Studies on Educational Justice” calls for applications for the following positions: Four (4) research fellow positions in the following research lines of the Center: Psychosocial Inclusion (1), Developmental […]

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Paul Oburu

Global TIES for Children, in collaboration with the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), is pleased to announce A Call for Proposals for the Center’s Inaugural  “Education Quality and Learning for All (EQUAL) Network Seed Grants” The Education Quality and Learning for All (EQUAL) Global Network, co-sponsored by New York University’s Global TIES for Children Center […]

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Alice Wuermli

About Education Quality and Learning for All (EQUAL) EQUAL is part of the Global TIES for Children: Transforming Intervention Effectiveness and Scale Center at New York University, which aims to generate and communicate scientific evidence on programs and policies that maximize child and youth developmental potential in low- and middle-income as well as conflict-affected countries. […]

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Michael Pluess

A three year PhD position is available starting in October 2017 at Queen Mary University of London under the supervision of myself (Dr Michael Pluess) in the field of developmental psychology. Although the research is based on data from Syrian refugees living in Lebanon, the PhD will be based in London, United Kingdom. Research: The […]

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Alice Wuermli

The GLOBAL ECD MOOC started FEBRUARY 27, 2017! We’re excited to announce the launch of The Best Start in Life: Early Childhood Development for Sustainable Development, the newest course from the UN Sustainable Development Network’s Online Education Initiative – the SDG Academy. The course is free and accessible to all. Registration is now open and […]

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Alice Wuermli

The UIS is hosting a series of webinars to support the implementation of the SDG 4 – Education 2030 Agenda at the national, regional and international levels. February 16, 2017, 10 – 11am EST Moderator: Albert Motivans, UNESCO Institute for Statistics Panelists: Hirokazu Yoshikawa (NYU/Global TIES), Mame Ibra Ba (INEADE, Senegal), Christine Beggs (USAID), Dominic Richardson (UNICEF Office […]

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Kate Schwartz

We at the Additional Insights project at New York University’s Global TIES for Children center are currently conducting a research project exploring how often researchers working in low- and middle-income countries have asked questions surrounding variance of main effect, impact on additional outcomes, and/or questions focused on how, for whom, or under what conditions the program […]

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Alice Wuermli

Fellowship with the World Bank African professionals interested in a career in early childhood development are invited to apply for the Africa Early Years Fellowship The year-long fellowship is an initiative of the Early Learning Partnership, a multi-donor trust fund managed by the World Bank to support young children’s development and learning through finance, analytical […]

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Alice Wuermli

The Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIFAR) is holding a Forum on the Well-being of the World’s Children, November 17-19, 2016 at Canada House in London, England. The Forum will convene a highly multidisciplinary, multi-sectoral group of leading researchers, practitioners, and and public sector participants from universities, NGOs, international organizations, and from the public and […]