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Sakiko Fukuda-Parr, who wrote a chapter on Capability Approach & Human Development, will be speaking at Columbia SIPA's launch event of the Palgrave Handbook of Development Economics. The event takes place on 1/27 from 5-7 PM at the Kellogg Center, room 1501. 

Congratulations to Peter Lucas, the Creative Producer on Nanfu Wang's documentary, One Child Nation, for their recent Oscar nomination! 
GPIA alumni and faculty in Tokyo held their first reunion on January 8 at the International House of Japan.  It was awesome to hear about the fascinating work Hitomi Akiyama has been doing with the Trade Union Confederation of Japan, working in Japan and Singapore.  Martin Searle does independent consultancy studies on conflict issues, and is now working on a project with digital humanitarianism with JICA.  Tina Shrestra - former PTF - is assistant professor at Waseda University and researches Nepali migration to Japan. 
Rose Worden co-authored a policy paper on reshaping humanitarian response for the Center for Global Development. 

Vesna Jaksic Lowe released the latest edition of her newsletter, Immigrant Strong

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 we've been up to post-GPIA, and also try to stay in touch with what's going on at the GPIA currently.

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In the latest Economic Update, Richard Wolff tackles 3 major criticisms: (1) capitalism reduces world poverty, (2) socialism has never worked anywhere, and (3) co-ops don't provide adequate incentive for innovation.
Nina Khrushcheva joins Project Syndicate for their podcast, "Disinfo Wars," an episode that questions why disinformation has been a central feature of Donald Trump’s administration. Khrushcheva also shares her reaction to the HBO series Chernobyl here, published "Putin's Pipeline to Power," "The Assassin's False Creed,"  and "After Suleimani." 
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Americas Quarterly is seeking a paid intern for the Spring 2020 semester.  

The Center on International Cooperation has multiple internship opportunities. 

Save the Children is seeking an Advocacy Fellow for the Spring 2020 semester. 

The NGO Working Group on Women, Peace, and Security is seeking a Program Officer.

The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development is seeking a Senior Compliance Manager

The ACLU seeks a full-time position of Leadership Gifts Coordinator & Prospect Research Associate.

The Climate Reality Project has several open positions. 

There are several open positions with the League of Conservation Voters.

New England Grassroots Environment Fund is seeking a Program Manager

Green For All is seeking a Policy Manager

IRIS+ & Impact Measurement Management is looking to hire a Manager

There are several open positions with Public Works Partners

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