Project researchers were busy this past summer sharing research from the Developing Conformity Project at a number of conferences in the sociology and development fields.
Recent presentations included:
Qian Wei and Liam Swiss. “Filling Empty Promises? Foreign Aid and Human Rights Decoupling” International Sociological Association World Congress, Toronto, July 2018.
Andrew C. Dawson and Liam Swiss. “Foreign Aid and the Rule of Law: Norm Diffusion Followed by Increased Decoupling?” Sociology of International Organizations Pre-Conference, Philadelphia, August 2018.
Andrew C. Dawson and Liam Swiss. “Foreign Aid and the Rule of Law: Norm Diffusion Followed by Increased Decoupling?” American Sociological Association Annual Meetings, Philadelphia, August 2018.
Sam Morton, Judyannet Muchiri, and Liam Swiss. “How Feminist is Canada’s Feminist Foreign Aid?” Swedish Development Research Conference 2018, Gothenburg, August 2018.
Muchiri and Swiss (pictured above) also recently discussed our ongoing research on Canada’s Feminist International Assistance Policy at the CCIC/CASID Conference in Ottawa on the panel “Canada’s International Feminist Assistance Policy: Innovations and Limitations” along with other Canadian academics and development practitioners.