The Center on International Cooperation hosts numerous events such as high-level meetings, forums, roundtable discussions, webinars, dialogues, and more.
Committed in the Face of Crisis: Lessons from Colombia’s People-Centered Migration and Protection Policy
This discussion aims to bring together UN-member states, UN agencies, funders, and non-government migration, protection, and justice experts to discuss Colombia’s migration and protection policy. It will explore the commendable policy efforts made by successive Colombia administrations to pursue economic and social integration of Venezuelan refugees and migrants in the face of crisis and the challenges around securing adequate international support for this unprecedented effort. In doing so, it will also explore the implications of the Colombia case for broader regional and global displacement policies and forums.
Date:May 17, 2023
Access to Justice in Situations of Forced Displacement: From Evidence to Action
New York University’s Center on International Cooperation (CIC), Pathfinders for Peaceful, Just, and Inclusive Societies, UNHCR, UNDP, The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law (HiiL), and the Permanent Missions to the UN of the Government of Canada, the Government of Colombia, and the Kingdom of the Netherlands, are hosting an expert-level discussion on Access to Justice in Situations of Forced Displacement: From Evidence to Action.
Date:February 1, 2023
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.
Date:November 19, 2022
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