Crisis in Ukraine: What is our role as civic and global educators? March 15, 4:00 – 5:30 EST Campus Compact initiated a conversation on Ukraine featuring a partnership with the Collaborative. Compact invites a conversation focused on responding currently and proactively to support the global human rights movement and the immediate crisis. As a group, we will envisionContinue reading “Campus Compact: Crisis in Ukraine, 3/15/22, 4-5:30 pm ET”
Category Archives: World Affairs
Facing Climate-Driven Migration and Displacement Head-On: USIP Expert Analysis, 11/3/21
It’s been a while since I posted something from USIP. I thought this was timely: looking at climate change and migration. This commentary by Tegan Blaine is worth reading.
2021 Meridian Global Leadership Summit, 10/22/21 (virtual)
The 2021 Meridian Global Leadership Summit on Prioritizing People and Planet is an opportunity for diplomats to examine how the U.S. public and private sectors are elevating environment, social, and governance (ESG) issues into their policies, plans and regulations. You will have an opportunity to hear how the U.S. is gearing up for COP26, how theState Department is incorporating domestic equityContinue reading “2021 Meridian Global Leadership Summit, 10/22/21 (virtual)”