Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace, and Security and Rockefeller Foundation Convene Global Women Leaders on Climate, Democracy, and Gender Equity Issues
GIWPS and the Rockefeller Foundation co-convened global women leaders in Bellagio, Italy, to address the urgent need for action to advance gender equity.
The global policy framework launched by UNICEF and Georgetown University aims to protect and empower children migrant in the context of climate change.
Victor Cha, professor at the School of Foreign Service, addressed the status of North Korean nuclear capabilities at the Asian Leadership Conference hosted by Chosun Ilbo Media.
During the last week of June 2022, Vice President for Global Engagement Thomas Banchoff accompanied Dean Joel Hellman of the Walsh School of Foreign Service on a trip to Singapore and Indonesia.
For Foreign Affairs, Marwa Daoudy, associate professor at the School of Foreign Service, writes of the grave implication climate change will add to the already serious situation in the Middle East.
For Foreign Affairs, Rebecca Katz, director of the Center for Global Health Science and Security, cowrites a piece summarizing the lessons drawn from COVID-19.
The Center on Privacy and Technology at Georgetown Law reveals U.S. immigration enforcement exploits data from private companies and government authorities to carry out deportations.
For Foreign Policy, Matthew Kroenig, professor at the School of Foreign Service, engages in conversation with Emma Ashfold, senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, on strategies for ending Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Qatar Foundation and Georgetown University in Qatar Educational Program Promotes Worker Welfare in Education City
The one-day program was focused on educating attendees on issues relating to labor and migration in Arabian Peninsula.