Upcoming events

April 1 - PEP-IDRC webinar: Making gender equality central to post-COVID-19 recovery: Debt relief and innovative finance

April 16 - PEP policy webinar: TBD

May 18-June 4 - PEP Annual Conference
including PEP 2021 Policy Conference "Power in proximity: For greater participation of local researchers in development policy debates"
 

Recent events

Find all recent PEP online events via our YouTube channel

March 26, 2021 - PEP-WEE policy webinar: Investing in women: Improving women’s employment in sub-Saharan Africa

March 12, 2021 - PEP-WEE policy webinar: Energy for Empowerment: Women’s Access to Electricity in Rural West Africa

March 10, 2021 - PEP Research Fellow Twitter Chat: Policies to Reduce Gender Inequalities

PEP Annual Conference

PEP hosts Annual Conferences and General Meetings to bring together researchers and policy stakeholders for capacity building and policy research discussions. The events usually attract over 100 development researchers, practitioners, international experts, representatives of donor and international organizations, and policy actors.

Follow this link to find all recent PEP online events - webinars and livestreamed conferences - via our YouTube channel

 

PEP National Policy Conferences

PEP supports developing country research teams as they organize national policy conferences to disseminate their project findings and recommendations. These are key events where PEP researchers directly communicate and discuss their PEP research findings to an audience of policymakers, advisors and other stakeholders, in their home countries.

 

International Conferences

PEP highlights the significant number of PEP-funded researchers invited to present their work at international conferences. These invitations testify to the acknowledgment of PEP researchers as field specialists by the international development research community. 

 

PEP Online Training Courses

As well as in-person training during the PEP Annual Conference, PEP provides online training courses on the most up-to-date techniques and tools for economic policy analysis. These programs aim to help local researchers contribute to the design of effective national growth and poverty reduction strategies in their own countries.

 

Events from the Development Research Community

PEP also publicizes events and opportunities from the development research community that may be of interest to its members, for example, job offers, calls for proposals, international conferences, etc.

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