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Treating Health and Pharmaceutical Corruption: The need for a multistakeholder UN partnership framework

October 25, 2016

In this article, in the International Affairs Forum Fall issue, Jillian Kohler examines corruption in the health sector, its negative impact on health services and call for more creative thinking around how to tackle corruption on a global scale. Read...

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How Technology Is Changing Toronto Employment

October 17, 2016

While technology companies are often hailed as the future of the economy, that future may have already arrived in Toronto. David Wolfe, co-director of the Innovation Policy Lab, and MGA alumnus Travis Southin collaborated on a new report whose findings...

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Economic Coordination in the Bay Area

September 23, 2016

Recently, David Wolfe, co-director of the Innovation Policy Lab at the Munk School of Global Affairs, presented at the Bay Area Economic Summit in Burlington. In this presentation, Wolfe encourages local leaders from all sectors to accelerate intentional intercity cooperation needed...

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Tender Confirmed, Rights At Risk: Verifying Netsweeper in Bahrain

September 21, 2016

This Citizen Lab report provides detailed evidence regarding the use of the services of Canadian company Netsweeper, Inc. to censor access to the Internet in the Kingdom of Bahrain. Read the report Read about this research in the news: Associated...

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The Million Dollar Dissident: NSO Group’s iPhone Zero-Days used against a UAE Human Rights Defender

August 25, 2016

This Citizen Lab report describes how a government targeted an internationally recognized human rights defender, Ahmed Mansoor, with the Trident, a chain of zero-day exploits designed to infect his iPhone with sophisticated commercial spyware. Read the report Read more about...

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Internet Voting Project Report

August 23, 2016

The Internet Voting Project, led by Centre for e-Democracy Director Nicole Goodman, PhD, and funded by SSHRC, surveyed voters, candidates, and election administrators in 47 of the 97 municipalities that offered Internet voting in the October 2014 municipal elections in...

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Group5: Syria and the Iranian Connection

August 2, 2016

This Citizen Lab report describes an elaborately staged malware operation with targets in the Syrian opposition. The operators have used a range of techniques to target Windows computers and Android phones with the apparent goal of penetrating the computers of...

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2015 G20 Antalya Summit: Interim Compliance Report part one

July 22, 2016

This compliance report monitors 10 priority commitments selected by the promises made by the G20 leaders at the Antalya Summit. It covers only the period from November 16, 2015, to April 6, 2016. Assessments are based on publicly available information...

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More Tax Sources for Canada’s Largest Cities: Why, What and How?

June 27, 2016

This paper from the Institute on Municipal Finance & Governance (IMFG) examines a dilemma that many large Canadian cities face: how should they pay for growing expenditure challenges and deteriorating infrastructure with a tax base that has remained largely the...

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Corruption in the Pharmaceutical Sector

June 6, 2016

Within the health sector, pharmaceuticals stands out as sub-sector that is particularly prone to corruption. Jillian Kohler is the lead on this research report, which outlines how corruption in the pharmaceutical sector endangers positive health outcomes. Whether it is a pharmaceutical...

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