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NEW - Jan 27, 2022

CIDOB’s Global Cities Programme is seeking a Research Fellow to lead its research on the digital transition of cities

The successful candidate will analyse and support cities’ ambitions to test and upscale innovative digital solutions in a socially and environmentally sustainable manner; identify municipal governance challenges that arise from digital transformations; and monitor and assess regulation and policy standards that promote fair, transparent and ethical uses of digital technologies in urban space. 

NEW - Nov 9, 2021

CIDOB and Banco Sabadell Foundation renew their commitment to young research talent with the second edition of the “Programa Talent Global”

As a result of the collaboration agreement between CIDOB and the Banco Sabadell Foundation, the “Programa Talent Global” promotes the “Junior Visiting Fellowship”, the “21st Century Europe Talent Award” and the “Global Challenges Talent Award”. The call for applications is open from November 1, 2021 to February 28, 2022. The decision will be announced before May 31, 2022.

NEW - Nov 1, 2021

Programa Talent Global

The Banco Sabadell Foundation and CIDOB (Barcelona Center for International Affairs) launch the second edition of the Programa Talent Global with the aim of promoting quality research by young researchers, through a paid research stay and two awards for applied research.

NEW - Jul 28, 2021

The Sahel: climate change, (in)security and migrations

What role does climate change play in the Sahel’s current instability? What are the best climate emergency adaptation strategies to promote in the area? What role does Europe play in the Central Sahel’s climate resilience, and what role could it play in the future? These are some of the questions examined by the study Climate change and resilience in the Central Sahel led by CIDOB in collaboration with the European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM) and the German think tank Adelphi

The study, which has analysed the impact of climate change in this vulnerable region for a year and a half, is part of the CASCADES project studying the cascading effects of climate change and how they may affect Europe. CASCADES, in which 12 European research centres participate, is funded by the European Union’s H2020 research and innovation programme.