At this online event, which will launch the Chatham House research paper, Understanding US Policy in Somalia, a panel of speakers will discuss the evolution of US strategy, and how potential shifts could influence future scenarios in Somalia, with implications for federalism and resolution of the conflict with al-Shabaab.
Join us for a live conversation with Scott V. Edwards, Professor in Harvard’s Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology and Curator of Ornithology in Harvard’s Museum of Comparative Zoology. Since June 6, Professor Edwards has been pedaling across the United States to fulfill a long-held wish to traverse the country on a bicycle, and to also raise awareness for #BlackBirdersWeek and Black Lives Matter. In this program, he discusses the motivations for his journey, what he has learned along the way, and the similarities between cycling and doing science.
Join the Africa Health Business Symposium to discuss how we can effectively design, implement, and sustain a comprehensive approach to promoting overall health and meaningful collaboration amongst partners in the healthcare ecosystem to form resilient public private partnerships which address the COVID-19 pandemic.
This summer, Global Studies Outreach at Harvard will present a four-day workshop for K-12 and community college educators entitled Under Fire: Intersections of Climate and Conflict.
Droughts in Yemen. Wildfires in California. Floods in Bangladesh. Melting permafrost in Siberia. The shifts in climate that are reshaping the global landscape are impossible to ignore, whether they are in the form of unprecedented temperatures, fluctuating...