On February 16th we will gather in Tel Aviv for the launch event of the Glocal Magazine that this year will be centered on the connection between Development and Gender.
Do not miss out a great chance to hear from interesting people from the field, to learn more about our program and to get to know our students and alumni. Without a doubt this will be a perfect opportunity for networking too!
We just opened the registration for the next academic year (2018-2019) at Glocal. This is your opportunity to learn together with a group of students from developing and developed countries about the challenges that communities around the world face today.
Join Glocal for a broad understanding on Development and the possible solutions you can create together with local communities.
A few weeks ago, old classmates and friends had the opportunity to reunite and to meet colleagues from different cohorts in Rwanda during the first alumni gathering that Glocal organizes overseas. The encounter represented a fantastic opportunity to learn about local development initiatives and to identify potential opportunities for collaboration among the graduates of our program.
Yesterday Glocal hosted the yearly Joint Event that we organize together with our sister programs of the Braun School of Public Health & Community Medicine and the International School of Agricultural Sciences.
During the evening, Hallel Elnir, a Glocal graduate, made a presentation on his internship in Ecuador that caught everyone's attention. He talked about the project in which he worked together with the Tsachila people, an indigenous community with ancient traditions, on solutions for their food security problems. Read more about Glocal hosts a successful Joint Event
Hallel Elnir, a Glocal graduate from Cohort 6, and his wife Mye were interviewed for the program "Boker Or" broadcast on channel 10 of the Israeli TV. In the course of the conversation with the hosts, the young couple shared their experiences during Hallel's internship in Ecuador.
We are seeking to fill a tenure-track position (alternative ranks: Lecturer, Senior Lecturer or Associate Professor), commencing Fall 2018.
The Call is open to outstanding candidates in all areas and sub-fields of International Development, broadly construed, including in particular Community Development. Applicants must hold a Ph.D. degree at the time of hire, and demonstrate an active research program, indicating the potential for outstanding scholarship. The language of teaching at our Program is English. Read more about Join Our Team - Tenure Track Position
We are thrilled to announce that in next academic year, Glocal will offer a new specialization in Gender and Development. This track is designed to give students a firm grounding both in theories and practice and will incorporate the focus on gender through the core and elective courses and over the internship.