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The Future of the Philippines Under a Marcos-Duterte Presidency

Zoom Webinar

Leading Philippine scholars and practitioners will analyze how Filipinos got to this moment; what the responses are on the ground; and what this all means for Philippine, regional, and global democracy and human rights.

Wars and Climate Crisis – The True Costs

Online (Eastern time)

IPS' National Priorities Project Program Director, Lindsay Koshgarian is one of 3 panelists for this Plenary 3 of Veterans for Peace 2022 Online Convention.

An Unhealed Wound: Sabra-Shatila at 40

Busboys & Poets (5th & K) 450 K Street NW, Washington, DC

Join us to mark the important 40 year memorial of this tragic massacre of 400 to several thousand Palestinians, many of them kids and babies, at refugee camps in Beirut shortly after Israel's 1982 invasion.

What Climate Debt Does the North Owe the South?

Online Zoom Event

Co-sponsored by the EcoSocial Pact of the South and the Global Just Transition project of the Institute for Policy Studies, with Spanish/English interpretation

A Blue Tide Rising in Latin America

Gordon Hall, University of Massachusetts 418 N Pleasant Street, Amherst, MA

A panel discussion about "The Shift Toward Defense of Water and a More Hopeful Future"

Free Trade vs. Just Green Trade

Zoom Webinar

A webinar on ways the current trade system continues to support fossil fuel interests and what a just, sustainable, Green trading order look like.

Public Money for the Public Good

Online Zoom Event

A talk about how they can do more using executive action to ensure public investments serve the public good.

But What About the Jobs?

Online Zoom Event

Join the Costs of War Project for a virtual briefing on "Mapping the Path from a Militarized to a Green Economy."

Hill Briefing: The Impact of US Policy on the Global Economy

Rayburn House Office Building, Room 2043 45 Independence Ave SW, Washington, DC, United States

The Center for Economic and Policy Research, Boston University Global Development Policy Center, the Institute for Policy Studies' Global Economy Program, Arab Watch Coalition, and MADRE invite you to an important panel discussion on Capitol Hill.

Trauma and Hope in Gaza with Dr. Yasser Abu-Jamei

Busboys & Poets - 14th & V 2021 14th Street NW, Washington, DC

Psychiatrist and GCMHP Director, Dr. Yasser Abu-Jamei will be in conversation with Lara Sheehi about the need for, and work of the The Gaza Community Mental Health Program.