“I get seasick. My wife’s the sailor,” joked David Imamura, a lawyer specializing in white collar crime, now Chair of New York State’s (NYS) Independent Redistricting Commission (IRC), on his NYS listening tour. Monday brought
What are the biggest obstacles to gender equality? Female leaders, entrepreneurs, and activists tackled these and other vital questions at the SDG Action Zone on Gender. Kicking off with the prime minister of the first
As the 2021 Concordia Annual Summit kicked off on September 20 in New York, the impact of COVID-19 as an accelerator of poverty and the need to rapidly move to clean energy took center stage.
For several days in June 2020, in the midst of a raging pandemic, hundreds of women walked long distances from their homes to protest the sudden shutdown of a factory unit in Bangalore in southern
This summer has been, as Angela Merkel said, surreal. First, a Miami high-rise collapsed – ostensibly due to its weakened foundation, most likely from design issues and salty air, which can be corrosive to unwaterproofed
“In the government you can explore the world and nearly every job can be offered to you through federal service.” With those words, James-Christian Blockwood, Executive Vice President at the Partnership for Public Service explained
Professor Donald F. Kettl is the Sid Richardson Professor at the Lyndon B. Johnson School at the University of Texas at Austin and has won lifetime awards for teaching as well as consulted for government
In December 2014, Edward Lucas, then an editor at The Economist, became Estonia’s first e-Resident. The initiative, hatched earlier that year, issues a digital identity to people outside the country, providing them access to e-governance