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2022 - 2023 - ANNUAL REPORT - School of Public Policy and Global Affairs

19 Dec 2023

P impossible to ignore the profound Bridging the divide between academia and challenges that have defined our times—from the real-world policy-making, SPPGA stands at the G scars of the pandemic to the advancing climate forefront of fostering interdisciplinary research with a emergency to near-constant war around the world— global perspective. [...] In addition to research and learning, we and hope for the future, tackle policy challenges in collaboration with a range SPPGA strives to address of stakeholders from community members in remote areas to businesses and industry, and from local urgent local and global and municipal governance to various national and challenges. [...] Sheryl Lightfoot, a world expert Director: Yves Tiberghien on global Indigenous politics, was named THE OFFICE OF REGIONAL AND the chair of the United Nations Expert THE CENTRE FOR SOUTHEAST ASIA Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY RESEARCH (CSEAR) (EMRIP). [...] Rashid Sumaila continued his advocacy for healthy oceans with a trip to the Gambia to deliver a keynote address and moderated IMPACT workshops for the West Africa-China Cooperation focusing on safer and more sustainable fishing methods.“For the Gambia, the impacts on the lives and livelihoods of citizens as well as the marine ecosystems Research Without Borders of the country are huge.” – Rashid S. [...] Hugh Gusterson, jointly appointed with the Department of Anthropology, “I always knew that I wanted to work provided reflections and academic insight on improving the environmental and for numerous media outlets into the Second sustainability performance within World War nuclear bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in the wake of renewed industrial systems.” widespread interest fueled by the release.
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