Upcoming Events

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Three Great Ideas that Weren't on the UNGA Agenda

September 29, 2014 // 3:00pm5:00pm
Environmental Change and Security Program
With the Millennium Development Goals coming to a close and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) under consideration, the international community has a unique opportunity to define the next priorities for global development. Coming on the heels of this year’s United Nations General Assembly meeting, a panel of three development experts will discuss key issues that are underrepresented – or missing altogether – on the SDG agenda: climate change, peace and governance, and reproductive health.
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China’s Quest for Safe + Secure Food: Boon for U.S. Business?

September 30, 2014 // 9:00am11:00am
China Environment Forum
Lester Brown (Earth Policy Institute) will talk about rapid shifts in food production and consumption in China that are threatening the country’s food security and changing global food markets. Amy Celico (Albright Stonebridge Group) will discuss how the gaps in oversight of food producers and growing water and soil contamination are opening up new opportunities for U.S.-China business and policy collaboration.
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Innovative Training of Birth Attendants

September 30, 2014 // 3:00pm5:00pm
Maternal Health Initiative
Early screenings for risks of complication and skilled attendants at birth are among the most critical interventions for saving the lives of women and newborns. Yet many poor women, living in mostly rural areas of sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, go without.

I Was Not Alone: A Pakistani Activist's Journey for Change

September 30, 2014 // 4:00pm5:30pm
Asia Program
In I Was Not Alone, Fouzia Saeed tells the story of working women’s struggles in Pakistan. Forming a movement called AASHA, she and hundreds of others dared to challenge the nation’s behavior toward working women. This movement led the whole country to stand together against sexual harassment in the workplace, and resulted in the passage of legislation protecting women’s rights.
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The Politics and Process of Keystone XL

October 07, 2014 // 1:00pm3:00pm
Canada Institute
As the mid-term elections approach, one of the biggest questions this November will be about the future of the Keystone XL pipeline. On October 7, the Canada Institute will convene a panel of experts to discuss the environment that has made KXL the political football it is today, what the proposed project means for the upcoming elections, the legal underpinnings of the approval process, and where the pipeline goes from here, both in Nebraska and in Washington.

The End of Greatness: Why America Can’t Have (and Doesn’t Want) Another Great President

October 07, 2014 // 4:30pm6:30pm
Middle East Program
Please join us as Pulitzer Prize winning New York Times columnist Tom Friedman interviews Aaron David Miller about his new book The End of Greatness: Why America Can’t Have (and Doesn’t Want) Another Great President.

Pakistan’s Biggest Challenge: Turning Around a Broken Education System

October 08, 2014 // 8:30am4:00pm
Asia Program
Over a third of Pakistan’s population is under the age of 15, yet it has the world’s second-highest number of children out of school. Pakistan’s youth could be the nation’s greatest asset—or its biggest liability.

2014 Brazil Economic Conference

October 10, 2014 // 8:00am2:30pm
Brazil Institute
On Friday October 10, the Brazil Institute is proud to co-host with the Brazil American Chamber of Commerce and the Brazil-US Business Council the annual economic conference

From Sarajevo, 1914 to Southeastern Europe, 2014: Wars, Transitions and Controversies

October 15, 2014 // 11:30am1:00pm
Global Europe Program
Drawing on recent scholarship and addressing recent controversies, John Lampe, traces the saga of Southeastern Europe from the explosive mixture of Balkan states and imperial borderlands before the First World War, through the trials that their successors faced during two world wars, the Cold War, and finally the wars of Yugoslavia's dissolution.

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