Last Month, the Studley Graduate Programs in International Affairs, the Observatory on Latin America, the New School for Social Research, and the Reconvexo Collective hosted "A Green New Deal to Latin America: Challenges to Brazil." Read the summary here.
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In case you missed it: We sat down with faculty member and alumnus Mitchell Cook for a Spotlight on our blog. Mitchell currently teaches Theories, Histories, and Practices of Development and his interests include how countries and cities improve policies and systems for financing urban infrastructure and inclusive services.
Michael Cohen recently had an article published on Diplomatic Courier titled "Cities and Nations: A Mutual Dependency." In it, Michael argues that interdependence between cities and countries is inevitable: the performance of cities can have global consequences, while the productivity of cities requires international political stability.
Rachel Waters began a new position as Director of Communications at URGE

Meg Mszyco started a new role as an Evaluation and Outcomes Coordinator at Center of Life.

Emma Pulido began a new position as a Strategist for Purpose PBC

Are you a GPIA alum? Thanks to alumna BoHee Yoon, the GPIA Alumni Facebook page is now up and running. This is a great way to (re)connect, share stories of what you've been up to post-graduation, and also try to stay in touch with the current happenings at GPIA.

Alumni, we want to hear what you've been up to! Submit your updates here.

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Do you have news to share about projects you completed, conferences you attended, or other accomplishments? Fill out the student updates form.
Richard Wolff appeared on Democracy Now! with fellow economist Paul Krugman to debate on Bernie Sanders and democratic socialism. Watch it here or through the video above. 
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The Arab Institute for Women (AIW) is accepting applications for New York City-based internships (unpaid) in Development, Communications, Strategic Partnerships, and Research. Learn more here

As part of the work of the Financing Sustainable Cities Initiative, C40 Cities is hiring 2 consultants to support the City of Buenos Aires in a project to develop a tool for connecting solar PV demand and supply.

On the hunt for a summer internship? Check out the opening at ACLU's Affiliate Support and Nationwide Initiatives (ASNI) Department.

The World Federation of United Nations Associates (WFUNA) is searching for a Global Citizenship Education Intern (unpaid) to provide administrative and programmatic support.

The US Fish and Wildlife Service is looking for a Management and Program Analyst to work in Baileys Crossroads, VA. 

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