Past Member Events

February 29, 2024 - 12:00pm

#TheIndiaDialog is a continuation of the effort from last year to foster a better understanding of India and its functioning, delving deeper into developmental issues the country faces, the functioning of the democracy, etc.

February 22, 2024 - 9:00am

As global value chains reshuffle amidst a push for increased diversification, resilience, and security, India has become an increasingly competitive global player in advanced technology industries.

February 14, 2024 - 8:00pm

The Philippine Institute for Development Studies (PIDS) will hold a public webinar on February 15, 2024 from 9:00 to 11:30 am, via Zoom.

February 13, 2024 - 4:00am

On Tuesday, February 13th, join us for the groundbreaking conference “Advancing food loss technologies and policies” at the European Parliament (Room A5E1), in Brussels.

January 30, 2024 - 9:30am

The Dominican Republic has been one of the world’s fastest-growing economies over the past half century, evolving into Latin America’s seventh-largest economy today.

January 30, 2024 - 9:00am

Institutional reforms are critical for strengthening the rule of law, improving the business climate and protecting civil rights in a war-torn Ukraine.

January 25, 2024 - 3:00am

As multilateral institutions built in the postwar era, from the United Nations to the World Trade Organization, increasingly grapple with institutional paralysis and geopolitically-driven dysfunction, a new term has come into policy vogue: minilateralism. 

January 24, 2024 - 11:00pm
Those who will attend virtually, a zoom link and YouTube link will be provided in a separate email. 
 
Should you have any questions/comments for the Panelists, you may post them on the live chat window available on the platform.
January 24, 2024 - 12:00pm

C.D. Howe Institute events and webinars are open to members and their guests.

Please follow this link or contact events@cdhowe.org to register.

January 16, 2024 - 1:00pm

Join us for our webinar: Delayed and denied - The challenges faced by Canadians with rare disorders due to ill-advised drug policies.

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