On October 17th Equity for Children visited the United Nations headquarters to commemorate the 27th International Day for the Eradication of Poverty (IDEP). Read about the event and the staff's work on multidimensional child poverty here

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Sakiko Fukuda-Parr published "Leaving No One Behind" as a Site of Contestation and Reinterpretation. This paper argues that LNOB was promoted to frame the SDG inequality agenda as inclusive development, focusing on the exclusion of marginalized and vulnerable groups from social opportunities, deflecting attention from the core issues of distribution of income and wealth, and the challenge of “extreme inequality.”

Gabriel Vignoli recently spoke at "Casa de las Americas in its 60th: Looking at the future through the eyes of Caliban," at the Macmillan Center at Yale University. 

OLA presented their new book, Facing Risk: New Urban Resilience Practices in Latin America on Sept. 22nd and Sept. 30th. You can read their event summary here

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Summer Lightfoot started a new position with the TechConnect department of the New York Public Library

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Students Natalia Molina Ballester, Tejaswini Vavilala, Precious Laud-Abbey, Joseph Edwards, and Karyna Tafel attended the Model G20 Summit at American University on Oct. 11th to 13th. You can read about their experiences here

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The Kremlin is “the Darth Vader of American TV and film,” Nina Khrushcheva tells Variety. Read more on Hollywood's depiction of Russia and what needs to change on screen here

Alexander Aleinikoff argues that the refugee crisis is a "totally manageable situation" if political will were present to meet the needs of displaced persons, quotes Catholic Philly
We Are The Weather: Jonathan Safran Foer will explore the central global dilemma of our time in a surprising, deeply personal, and urgent new way. The task of saving the planet will involve a great reckoning with ourselves—with our all-too-human reluctance to sacrifice immediate comfort for the sake of the future. RSVPs are required and space is limited. 
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Join the Collaboratory Centennial Symposium in celebrating and critically reflecting upon 100 years of Scholar Activism at The New School, along with Imagining America, and peers across universities, communities, and disciplines.
Announcing a new practicum project! A new opportunity for a practicum project has been offered by UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN DESA). The project is a consultancy to carry out an analysis of the 'Voluntary National Reports' (VNRs) that governments submit.  This analysis will involve working closely with DESA staff and will be published as a working paper, and widely distributed.

To fulfill the capstone requirement, students must have taken one of the following courses: Political Economics of Development/Development Economics; Contending Economic Analyses; Quantitative Research Methods; Transnational Advocacy and Activism. Email Sakiko Fukuda-Parr if interested.

Security Council Reports is hiring a paid intern for an 8-month period.

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