In November 2017, Director Jonathan D. Moyer presented at the Mathematica Policy Research headquarters in Washington, DC to launch a new project for the USAID LAC/RSD Education Team. This work will explore the cross-cutting issues of migration, education quality, labor market dynamics, and violence in Central America.
Sustainable Development Goals Report: Brazil 2030 is a report researched and written by the Pardee Center’s Andrew C. Scott, David K. Bohl, Steve Hedden, Jonathan D. Moyer, and Barry B. Hughes, invited by the United Nations Development Programme (Bureau for Policy Programme Support).
At a three-day course organized by the Geneva Center for Security Policy in collaboration with the Executive Office of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Jonathan D.
The Mad Scientist Laboratory published a guest blog post this week by the Pardee Center’s Director Dr. Jonathan D. Moyer, Research Affiliate Alex Porter, and Deputy Director of the US Army Future Studies Group Dr. Christopher Rice.
An article in ISS Today expands on a recent report from the African Futures Project, a collaboration between the Pardee Center and the Institute for Security Studies, using IFs to assess Mozambique’s long-term developme
In December 2017, Research Associate II David K. Bohl joined a forum in Washington, DC hosted by the Atlantic Council and the US Army Future Studies Group: US Army Futures Forum: Structuring Our Futures Thinking.
Among many partners and clients, the Pardee Center has conducted invited research and analysis for several USAID missions, including Ethiopia, Southern and South Africa, and Uganda. In November, to continue and strengthen this partnership, USAID science fellow Ernest "Dick" Greene spent three days with our research staff learning the IFs model. Mr.
In December 2017, Director Jonathan D. Moyer travelled to Geneva, Switzerland for the first meeting of the ENACT Index Technical Reference Group. ENACT is a project funded by the European Union’s Pan-African Programme, dedicated to “enhancing Africa’s response to transnational organised crime (TOC)” by mitigating the impact on development, governance, security, and the rule of law in Africa.
In November 2017, two Pardee Center research affiliates and current Pardee researcher joined a public seminar hosted by ENACT (Enhancing Africa’s Response to Transnational Organised Crime [TOC]) in Nairobi, Kenya. The program explored innovations in research and response to TOC.
A report from the African Futures Project, a collaboration between the Pardee Center and the Institute for Security Studies, uses IFs to assess Mozambique’s long-term development prospects.