Over the last years, we have organized an open magazine launch for celebrating the publication of our annual magazine. This event offers us the ability to present the topic to our network providing a great opportunity to learn from the field.
On Thursday June 18th, 2020, the Glocal Program launched its Annual Magazine, written and edited by Glocal alumni and students.
This year, the Magazine focuses on international development in the context of cities, urban renewal, urban migration and city lives. The different perspectives from the field present a complex picture, of inequality and poverty, but also one of opportunities, for public participation in decision making; shared space and cultural exchange; and channels for urban renewal and peacebuilding. Read more about Glocal 2020 Magazine Launch: Cities and International Development
Every year Glocal produces a magazine centered around a chosen theme, that is relevant to the field of International Development. In 2019 the magazine focused on the relations between Development and the Environment, the content throughout the event explored this topic from various angles. Our honored keynote speaker was Prof. Alon Tal (Tel-Aviv University) which discussed the tension between Development and the Environment from a more macro level, through elaborating on environmental policies. Read more about Glocal Magazine 2019 Event Launch
On January 27th, 2017 we launched our annual magazine in an event taking place at Yeffet 83, Jaffa's young adults community center. Nearly 50 participants gathered to discuss the role of development in areas of conflict, and to learn different perspectives of academics, and professional speakers from the field.
We thank Mr. Ariel Dloomy, Ms. Nivine Sandouka and Ms. Yalee Azani for speaking and to our dear guests for attending and presenting their views on the topic.
This event was made possible with the help of SID Israel.
On February 19th, 2016, we launched our annual magazine in an event taking place at Yeffet 83, Jaffa's young adults community center. Nearly 100 participants gathered to discuss the relationship between refugees and their host communities, and to learn different perspectives of academics, and professional speakers from the field,