The Biden Pivot

Alexander Fried LAW ’22 | Member of the Class of 2022 and Law and Public Policy Scholar | Student Commentary Published on April 14, 2021 in Voices @ Temple Law | On April 8, 2021, The Institute for International Law and Public Policy presented “The Biden Pivot,” a panel of experts …

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The Making of a Crisis: Disaster Capitalism, Climate Change and Colonialism in Puerto Rico

Thursday, October 29 | Noon | Zoom: https://temple.zoom.us/j/91913466552 Natasha’s work focuses on the economic exploitation anddiscrimination against low-wage Latina/o immigrant workers, aswell as legal support in the face of the economic andhumanitarian crisis in Puerto Rico. She works on both domesticlitigation and international advocacy before human rightsmechanisms concerning issues including: …

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Institute Hosts Alumni Career Panel

On October 20th, the Institute for International Law and Public Policy and the Temple International Law Society has the distinct pleasure of hosting a panel discussing career paths and emerging trends in International Law. At the panel, three distinguished Temple Alumni—Jane Charles-Voltaire, Chris Kim, and Gerard Mekjian—shared their unique career …

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Institute hosts Panel Discussion on European Migration Crisis

On March 21, the Institute hosted a panel discussion examining the European migration crisis. Panelists included Iris Goldner Lang, John Harvey Gregory Lecturer on World Organization at Harvard Law School and Jean Monnet Professor of European Union law at the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Law, Maureen White, Senior Fellow …

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Between Borders: A Refugee Simulation Experience

LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER FOR  Between Borders Refugee Simulation IS COMING UP! Join in an interactive, participatory workshop that takes individuals through the refugee process REGISTER TODAY Between Borders will be held on Friday, March 25 at 8:30 am  Registration fee can be waived for those who need it.  Please email Lilah.Thompson@temple.edu for a fee-waiver.