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"Operation Long Noses" - A great war is looming in the heart of Africa
Senior Fellow Simone Schlindwein wrote an article for N-TV on the Congolese conflict dynamics that dangerously resemble the situation in Rwanda in 1994.
My Father's War: Educational Materials, Resources, and Inspirations
On this page you find a variety of educational tools and resources to enrich the viewing experience of the film "My Father's War" in your classroom or in a non-formal educational setting.
Research on public health responses to COVID-19 in British Columbia, Canada
Senior Fellow Austin Wu is part of a research team investigating the influence of institutions, politics, organizations, and governance on the COVID-19 response in British Columbia, Canada. Their jurisdictional case study protocol is now available.
Adversity Ever After: Raising Awareness about Childhood Adversity
Senior Fellow Michael Elisabeth Gasior has been seeking to create an accessible, open-access repository of information about childhood adversity and stories from people and communities affected.
Two Trees in Jerusalem: Educational Materials, Resources, and Inspirations
On this page you will find a variety of educational tools and resources to enrich the viewing experience of the film "Two Trees in Jerusalem" in your classroom.
The Mystery of the Icky Water
Senior Fellow Alicia Terrero, together with Senior Fellow Ronak Gandhi, seek to discuss protection of the environment and local ecosystems with the youngest generation. To do so, they use the format of a mystery children’s book to discuss the role of corporations in water pollution & the destruction of local ecosystems.
Reimagine, Rebuild, Restore
"Reimagine, Rebuild, Restore" by Cassandra Meador is a pilot guide to Reimagining ourselves, Rebuilding community, and Restoring Hope through playing tabletop roleplaying games in prisons.
As her Action Project, Daikira Brown-Turner organized a conference titled ACTIVATE. The program aimed to activate one's voice and strengths to dismantle the status quo. "Out with the old, in with the new and equitable life we all deserve," Daikira subtitled it.
Behind the Blood Ban
Senior Fellow Jacob Fertig’s Article on blood donor discrimination was recently published in Tablet Magazine.
Christiana and Mamobo join the Belonging & Democracy Forum
Landecker Fellows Christiana and Mamobo have been appointed as Advisory Board Members for the Belonging and Democracy Forum by the Othering and Belonging Institute by UC Berkeley.