LIDS announces its Spring 2014 projects!
LIDS is excited to announce its Spring 2014 Semester projects! They projects address a wide range of topics in development, such as criminal justice, genomics and HIV/AIDS research, and transparency in urban fiscal policy. LIDS projects present an excellent opportunity for students to gain expertise in an important development topic, be part of an exciting team, and develop important employment skills. The titles of our spring projects are:
1. ABA Criminal Law Section’s International Committee, Law Enforcement and Police Reform Toolkit
2. Center for Civil Society, Mapping Regulatory Barriers to the Sale, Transport, and Storage of Sugarcane
3. Collaborative African Genomics Network (CAfGEN), Developing Genomic Approaches to HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa
4. Janaagraha Centre for Citizenship and Democracy (Janaagraha), Fiscal Transparency and Accountability in Cities
5. Namati, Mapping State Recognition of Community Paralegals Worldwide
6. Public International Law and Policy Group (PILPG), Justice Sector Reform in Post-Conflict Societies
7. Qorax Energy, Renewable Energy Business Development in Frontier Markets
8. World Resources Institute (WRI), Compulsory Land Acquisition Laws
Descriptions of all the projects can be found here.
Students can apply to be either a team leader or team member; further information on the application processes for both of these roles will be posted on LIDS Live shortly. Please note that anyone hoping to participate in a LIDS project must attend a training session on Monday, Feb. 3 from 7-8:30pm in WCC 2009. Questions can be directed to John Rennie (email@example.com) and Sarah Weiner (firstname.lastname@example.org).