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Join CGA to examine new models in development, foreign aid and humanitarian assistance in response to crisis, and how individuals and communities work to transform conflict and sustain peace.
AID AND HUMANITARIAN CRISIS: MAINTAINING COMMITMENTS AFTER THE STORM
Tuesday, February 27, 6:30–7:45 p.m.
When a humanitarian crisis arises due to a natural disaster, an outbreak of civil conflict, or other factors, an initial rush of aid comes in but slows to a trickle once media and public attention turns elsewhere—often leaving aid efforts underfunded and stalled just as long-term reconstruction is most needed. How are aid organizations working now to keep donors engaged in international relief work after the earthquake, hurricane, or famine is no longer in the news?
Join Boaz Paldi, manager of fundraising and engagement at the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and a panel of fundraisers and engagement experts in a discussion of the challenges they face in maintaining donor focus and delivering aid.
THE GOOD FRIDAY AGREEMENT: LOOKING BACK, LOOKING AHEAD
PRESENTED IN COLLABORATION WITH NYU’S GLUCKSMAN IRELAND HOUSE
NOTE SPECIAL LOCATION: Rosenthal Pavillion, 60 Washington Square South
Tuesday, April 17, 7:00 p.m.
April 2018 marks the 20th anniversary of Belfast’s Good Friday Agreement, the multilateral agreement that established Northern Ireland's current relationship to the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom, recently made more complex by Brexit. Senator George Mitchell, who played a pivotal role in this peace settlement, will reflect on how this historic milestone came to pass in conversation with CGA Clinical Associate Professor Thomas Hill.