Lester Pearson International (LPI)
1985 Halifax NS Canada
1985, Halifax NS (Canada), as Lester Pearson Institute for International Development, part of Dalhousie University. Evolved into a university unit with the title 'International Research and Development'.
Contribute to the internationalization of the University through the effective stimulation and organization of Dalhousie's teaching, research, extension and project resources; advance public awareness and understanding of global issues and Canada's international opportunities and responsibilities; place special emphasis on the development dimension of internationalization and international activities.
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