Join the Ethnographies of Empire Research Cluster at American University School of International Service for a public webinar on the international significance of the largest protest in recorded history. In the face of the COVID-19 crisis, climate change and state repression, Indian farmers contest corporate capture and demand fair prices and agrarian justice. Now what?
Please join the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, Blue Planet Project, Food & Water Watch and Transnational Institute for a webinar about water futures and financialization on Wednesday, March 24 at 10:30 a.m. CT.
Open Labour is hosting an action-packed day of debates, workshops and guest speakers on Sunday, March 21.
With COVID-19, Brexit, climate change and the global rise of the far-right, politics feels quite bleak.
Open Labour wants to create a "Politics of Hope": a new agenda within Labour taking on the immediate COVID-19 challenge and the long term challenges around climate change, automation, a broken electoral system, global inequality and more.
On March 18, the Social Environmental Platform from BRICS Policy Center of the Pontifical Catholic University, Brazil will host the webinar "What Biden's Environmental Agenda mean for Global Climate Governance?" in partnership with the Friedrich Ebert Foundation (FES) and FASE, with support of Institute for Climate and Society (ICS). The webinar will be broadcast with simultaneous translation Portuguese-English and aims to reflect upon the future of global environmental governance after the return of the United States to the Paris Agreement.