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SID-Israel is the Israeli branch of the Society for International Development (SID), an international organization recognized the world over as a leader in the field of international development. SID is a global forum of individuals and organizations working in the field of sustainable economic and social development. Since its founding in 1957, SID has been at the forefront of both theoretical and practical issues relating to international development. Today, SID boasts over 3000 members in 80 countries and 45 branches across the globe.




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Global Impact Exchange during the DLD Week

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Your CV is the single most critical item to your job search. Find out whether yours is working for you or against you during this Devex Career Webinar. Whether you are applying to jobs, requesting informational interviews or looking for
JDC Social Impact Hackathon 2017

JDC Social Impact Hackathon 2017

JDC Israel will hold the first JDC Social Impact Hackathon on January 4-5, 2017. The Hackathon aims to connect technological solution by students from the Hebrew University to social needs in Israel and the Global Jewish world as brought by
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Cities have long become the main platform for human activity. In the 21st century, these cities need to address two major developments: rapid urbanization, and rapid technological growth. Connecting the two together to create new forms of community is a major concern
International humanitarian law course for practitioners

International humanitarian law course for practitioners

Organized by the ICRC, this immersive five-day course in international humanitarian law (IHL) is open to humanitarian practitioners who wish to become acquainted with the legal framework applicable to armed conflict. Combining theory and practice, the course follows a methodology