Features


Reach Project in Thailand: Eliminating Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV

July 14, 2017

A team of student researchers spent the 2016-17 academic year researching the success Thailand has had in cutting down the national mother-to-child HIV transmission rate to less than two per cent.

Read full entry
A woman claiming to be from Yemen wipes tears from her eyes as she is told not to cross the U.S.-Canada border.

Where are you from: responding to global migration

July 13, 2017

It’s hard to leave a life behind. And even harder to start a new one.

Read full entry
Supporters listen as U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during a "Make America Great Again" rally.

We the People: Populism and threats to democracy

July 10, 2017

The promise of a better future typically invokes a past that never was.

Read full entry
European Union flag with one star missing

From Where I Sit — Brexit: one year on

June 23, 2017

Post-election, Britain faces the same tough choices when it comes to Brexit. It was and is in a terribly weak position; EU negotiators hold the cards.

Read full entry
Nicoli Dos Santos and Nicholas Sopuch.

Munk One celebrates its first cohort of U of T graduates

June 19, 2017

Munk One, the Munk School’s first-year foundation program, celebrates its first cohort of students to graduate from the University of the Toronto.

Read full entry
""

Researchers uncover spyware campaign against Mexican journalists, civil society

June 19, 2017

A new report from the Citizen Lab details a spyware campaign targeting Mexican journalists, lawyers, and anti-corruption investigators.

Read full entry
From left to right: Todd Foglesong, Donald Worme, Shawna Coxon, Ron Levi.

Experts discuss new challenges for policing on Ideas, CBC Radio One

June 15, 2017

A panel of experts explored the many issues surrounding policing in a discussion hosted by Ideas, CBC Radio One and the Munk School of Global Affairs.

Read full entry
Theresa May

From Where I Sit: It wasn’t supposed to happen this way

June 13, 2017

Given how often British voters have thumbed their noses at pundits and pollsters in recent years, the real surprise would have been a U.K. election without unexpected twists and turns.

Read full entry
Professor Stephen Toope of the Munk School of Global Affairs (left) with Margret Hovanec and Peter Warrian of the Lupina Foundation.

Innovation Policy Lab gets boost from Lupina Foundation

June 13, 2017

Gift will enable faculty to co-produce educational experiences that provide a competitive edge to students while having an impact on innovation policy worldwide.

Read full entry
Jooyoung Lee

Summer course gives undergrads a careful look at gun violence in the United States

June 12, 2017

Jooyoung Lee explores the impacts of gun violence in his summer course at the Munk School.

Read full entry

Newsletter Signup Sign up for the Munk School Newsletter

× Strict NO SPAM policy. We value your privacy, and will never share your contact info.