Archived Events

 

Community Forest Governance in Liberia - An Overview of the Process

25 April 2014 | Washington, DC

US Forest Service

The presentation will highlight the program called People, Rules and Organizations Supporting the Protection of Ecosystem Resources experience” which supports the establishment of community forests...

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International Humanitarian Action: Changing Responses to Conflict and Crisis

10 April 2014 | Washington, DC

Woodrow Wilson Center

From South Sudan to Syria, armed conflict throughout the globe has led to massive humanitarian needs. During a crisis, food relief, critical medical care, and access to safe water and basic sanitation...

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2nd Annual Global Conflict Minerals Compliance and Supply Chain Due-Diligence 2014

9 April 2014 | London, United Kingdom

Marcus Evans Pan Europe

The 2nd Annual Global Conflict Minerals Compliance and Supply Chain Due-Diligence 2014 is a conference that deals with tracking, management, disclosure and reporting on conflict minerals:   How to...

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Toxic Remnants of War Project: Protecting Civilians Means Protecting the Environment

3 April 2014 | Geneva, Switzerland

Toxic Remnants of War Project

Legal provisions for the protection of the environment during and after conflict are widely viewed as inadequate. Environmental damage infringes fundamental human rights, often for many years after co...

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iPCMP Webinar: Conflict Minerals Platform

2 April 2014 | iPoint, Web-based

iPoint

Get to know the iPoint Conflict Minerals Platform. Join our free webinar on April 2nd at 11 a.m. EST. Learn how you can streamline your conflict minerals reporting processes and gain quick visibility...

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Geographies of Conflict: Mapping Overlaps Between Extractive Industries and Agricultural Land Uses in Ghana and Peru

27 March 2014 | Washington, DC

Oxfam America and Clark University

Oxfam America and Clark University's Graduate School of Geography invite you to the launch of a new report entitled Geographies of Conflict: Mapping Overlaps Between Extractive Industries and Agricu...

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Report Launch: Geographies of Conflict: Mapping Overlaps Between Extractive Industries and Agricultural Land Uses in Ghana and Peru

27 March 2014 | Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Oxfam America and Clark University's Graduate School of Geography

Thursday March 27th, 2014 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace 1779 Massachusetts Ave, NW, Washington, DC Oxfam America and Clark University's Graduate School of Geography i...

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Expert Seminar: Land Degradation as a Global Challenge

27 March 2014 | Clingendael Institute, Netherlands

Clingendael Institute

On 27 March 2014, the Clingendael Institute organises an expert seminar discussing some diverse but interlinked aspects of land degradation, exploring possibilities for fostering policy debate on t...

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Book Launch: Water & Post-Conflict Peacebuilding

21 March 2014 | Environmental Law Institute, Washington, DC

ELI & UNEP

The Environmental Law Institute, United Nations Environment Programme, University of Tokyo, McGill University, and Duke University's Nicholas School of the Environment cordially invite you to the laun...

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Oil Sparks in the Amazon: Local Conflicts, Indigenous Populations, and Natural Resources

21 March 2014 | Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington, DC

Woodrow Wilson Center

In Oil Sparks in the Amazon:  Local Conflicts, Indigenous Populations, and Natural Resources (University of Georgia Press, 2014), Patricia Vásquez explores the potent mix of grievances, identities,...

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