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Online Zoom Event

An online conversation with IPS Director of Foreign Policy In Focus, John Feffer and author David L. Sloss, about Sloss' book on "Protecting Democracies from Information Warfare."

The Future of the Korean Peninsula

Online Zoom Event

IPS' Foreign Policy In Focus Director, John Feffer will speak about the "Current Conflict" and "Future Peace" between North and South Korea.

State of the World 2022

Online Zoom Event

The Transnational Institute (TNI) will bring together some of the best scholar activists worldwide with a truly internationalist analysis to offer their understanding of the dynamics and strategies to achieve system change.

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.

The Future of China’s Green Revolution

Online Zoom Event

Several experts on Chinese energy and environment will explain what prospects for U.S.-China cooperation exist on climate and energy issues, the impact of the war in Ukraine on Chinese policy and China's Belt & Road Initiative.

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

The Ballot and Community Control Over Police

Online Zoom Event

Through multimedia presentation, group dialogue, and interactive exercises led by IPS's Netfa Freeman, participants will learn what it will take to win community control over the police in a given locale and how to start a campaign to achieve it.

Ukraine War – Russia, China & the United States

Online Zoom Event

The Ukraine War has become increasingly dangerous with nuclear threats and the commitments being made for a long war. It has also deepened and accelerated the Russian-Chinese military and economic “partnership” with enormous consequences for the world, not least the increasingly confrontational U.S.-Chinese competition for Asia-Pacific hegemony. Join us for this discussion with Rajan Menon, […]

46th Annual Letelier-Moffitt Human Rights Awards

Friends Meeting of Washington, DC 2111 Decatur Place NW, Washington, DC

IPS returns to in-person an Letelier-Moffitt Human Rights Gala, and invites you to honor our fallen heroes Orlando Letelier and Ronni Karpen Moffitt and the heroes of today who provide hope during challenging times.

Webinar: Where Has All the Money Gone?

Webinar

A webinar addressing the trillions locked up in private foundations and donor-advised funds (DAFs), while charities are in dire need, federal pandemic-related aid programs are winding down, and families are struggling with high inflation.

9th Anniversary Gala – Anger to Action!

hybrid: in-person and Virtual

The Institute for Policy Studies proudly steps up to be a community sponsor for the 9th Anniversary Gala – Anger to Action!

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"