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Jun
11
2014
China and Tiananmen 25 Years On: Does Authoritarianism Pay? (audio)

This panel explores the significance of the Tiananmen Square crackdown, and whether China’s rise has broken the long-assumed tie between economic development and an open society.

Jun
10
2014
Whistleblower Protection and The Snowden Effect (audio)

This briefing addresses the current historic opportunity to advance whistleblower protection and concrete opportunities to strengthen work in the areas of human rights, national security, environment, and governance.

Jun
9
2014
How the War on Drugs Impedes Economic Development

Experts from Africa and Latin America discuss the negative effects of repressive drug policies on their regions.

Jun
5
2014
Social Mobilization and Strategic Litigation for Equal Education in South Africa (audio)

This panel explores how Equal Education and the Equal Education Law Center used strategic litigation and social mobilization to secure legally binding norms and standards for school infrastructure in South Africa.

May
28
2014
Inside Guatemala’s Drug Rehab Centers

Take an unprecedented look inside these institutions through a powerful photo series that explores the intersection of drug use, Christianity, and rehabilitation.

May
27
2014
Equality Data Initiative Meeting

This event, part of the Equality Data Initiative project, aims at reviving national debate on equality data collection.

Location:

INED, 133 Boulevard Davout 75020 Paris, salle Sauvy

May
19
2014
The American Legacy in Afghanistan (audio)

Will the U.S. leave a legacy of progress or failure in Afghanistan? Three seasoned Afghanistan experts share their opinions of where U.S. policy has stumbled and where it might succeed.

May
14
2014
Does the “Leahy Law” Help or Hurt the Hunt for Boko Haram?
This background briefing looks at the “Leahy Law,” which prevents U.S. military assistance from going to foreign military or police units where there is credible evidence of gross human rights violations.
May
13
2014
The Future of International Justice (audio)

Three leading thinkers on international justice ask whether and how the International Criminal Court as we know it can survive.

May
7
2014
How Can We Use Data for Social Good? (audio)

Jake Porway, executive director of DataKind, explains how NGOs use data, how they can use it better, and what data science can do for civil society.

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