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Re-scheduled Breakfast Event: Survey with PlaceboThe weather gods haven’t been kind to us here in the District. We even had to cancel our last breakfast meeting in February due to snow. But now that...
Tags: APEP News, International Development, Human Rights
To Lobby or Not To Lobby?The answer is likely the former.  Or at least that’s what The Washington Post noted in a featured article last weekend about the Congressional August recess.  ...
Tags: Human Rights, Advocacy Strategies, Advocacy and Social Media, US Politics
In 2005, the United Nations established an initiative called Responsibility to Protect, predicated on the idea that sovereignty is a responsibility rather than a right, and that gross human rights...
Tags: Human Rights, United Nations, Stephen L. Carter, 2012 Aspen Ideas Festival, Jeffrey Goldberg, Anne-Marie Slaughter, Michael Abramowitz, Dele Olojede
Contact: Kiahna Williams Senior Project ManagerCommunications and Society Programkiahna.williams@aspeninstitute.orgPanelists call for Mexican Government to Address Connectivity, Censorship and...
Tags: Human Rights, Journalism, Latin America, International, Democracy, Universal Broadband, International Human Rights, Freedom of Speech, Broadband, Global Economy, new media, Mexico, news, freedom of expression, freedom of press, newspapers, digital media, Internet, internet policy
Healthy Eating in the News In the latest issue of Ecology of Food and Nutrition, researchers explore how US television news reports present beverage nutrition information. They find that almost 1/3...
Tags: Human Rights, Evaluation Theory and Methods, Advocacy Strategies
 Ver la versión en españolAbout the ForumThe Aspen Institute Forum on the Freedom to Communicate was created by the Aspen Institute Communications and Society Program in association with Grupo...
Tags: Human Rights, Journalism, Latin America, International, Democracy, Universal Broadband, International Human Rights, Freedom of Speech, Broadband, Global Economy, new media, Mexico, news, freedom of expression, freedom of press, newspapers, digital media, Internet, internet policy
INTERNET FREEDOM: A BACKGROUND PAPERby Shanthi KalathilPrepared for The Aspen Institute International Digital Economy Accords (IDEA) ProjectAs use of the Internet has grown exponentially around the...
Tags: Communications Policy, Science and Technology, Human Rights, International
Why We Care About Reproductive HealthInvestments in family planning yield demonstrated returns across all social and economic development sectors - food security, water access, health care,...
Tags: Health, Leadership, Human Rights, International Development, Reproductive Health, Millennium Development Goals
The seminar, which is funded by the Open Society Institute, is for federal judges. Presenters include, Ralph Steinhardt, George Washington Law School; Jelena Pejic International Committee...
Tags: Human Rights
Achieving Access to Reproductive Health The Global Leaders Council for Reproductive Health, funded by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, is comprised of sixteen sitting and former heads of...
Tags: Health, Leadership, Poverty, Human Rights, International Development, Agriculture

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