The Center on International Cooperation hosts numerous events such as high-level meetings, forums, roundtable discussions, webinars, dialogues, and more.

Data for Peace: Leveraging Data to Foster Lasting Peace

This fall, the NYU Center on International Cooperation, with support from the Complex Risk Analytics Fund (CRAF’d) and its partners, will host a five-day hybrid conference with national and international experts in the data for peacebuilding and prevention ecosystem to facilitate peer-to-peer exchange and leverage emerging technologies and data science methods to tackle the growing challenges across the humanitarian-development-peace and climate nexus globally.


October 16, 2023

Conflict Early Warning/Early Action Practitioners Workshop

The 2021 Practitioners Workshop on Conflict Early Warning/Early Action took place virtually on 18-20 May. This year’s workshop will bring more visibility to specific advancements in the conflict and violence early warning and early action (EWEA) fields, with the idea to share global lessons from different actors and offer specific skills-building opportunities. The nature of conflict is transforming across the world while many new technologies are developing exponentially. The Conflict Early Warning/Early Action (EWEA) community is transforming its work as well to tackle the challenge and seize the opportunity.


May 18, 2021

Monitoring Compound Risk in the COVID-19 Era: Advances and Future Directions for Tracking Compound Risk

There is rapidly growing interest in identifying, monitoring, and anticipating multiple interacting risks, as epitomized by the COVID-19 pandemic. Institutional bodies are seeking to shift to a policy response that is more forward-looking and risk-based, rather than reactive and needs-based, and are working to develop toolkits for measuring compound risk. This webinar examined the state of the art in compound risk monitoring, showcasing frontier research and policy work on multi-dimensional risk tracking.


November 19, 2020

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