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News 24 Jan 2018

New Visiting Research Assistant

Catriona Craven-Matthews will be visiting research assistant of UNU Macau. She focuses on human rights, migration, gender, and human trafficking.

News 18 Jan 2018

Policy Brief Provides Guidance for Upscaling the SDGs in Higher Education

Recommendations for better bridging the potential of the higher education sector with the sustainable development agenda.

News 06 Dec 2017

Symposium Discusses Standardization of Eco-labelling and the Role of the SDGs

UNU-IAS and IDE-JETRO co-organized a symposium on standards and certification systems for environmentally friendly products and technologies.

News 15 Aug 2017

Workshop Promotes Student Understanding of the SDGs

UNU-IAS held a workshop for university student clubs dedicated to environmental action.

News 22 May 2017

Symposium Celebrates Biodiversity and Sustainable Tourism

Th event was held to mark the 2017 International Day for Biological Diversity.

News 19 Dec 2016

Links Between Environment and Health in India

A paper by UNU-IAS expert Christopher Doll explores linkages between climate mitigation and health impacts in two Indian cities.

News 01 Dec 2016

Book on Forest Governance in Cambodia Earns Positive Reviews

Written by UNU-IAS expert Andrew Cock, the book is a "must-read for development professionals, and not only for those dealing with forest issues".

News 01 Dec 2016

Apply Now for Our 2017 Master’s and Doctoral Programmes

UNU-IAS is now accepting applications for September 2017 admission to the MSc and Phd Programmes.

News 10 Nov 2016

GEOC Project Celebrates 20th Anniversary with Symposium on Local Partnerships for the SDGs

The commemorative event focused on the vital role of GEOC in facilitating multi-stakeholder partnerships to resolve global sustainability challenges.

News 24 Oct 2015

UNU-IAS Board Convenes for 2015 Meeting

Held on 23–24 October 2015, the meeting reviewed the activities of the institute, and provided guidance for its future development.

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