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Professor Sakiko Fukuda Parr to Speak on the Role of Human Rights in Combating Poverty


From Rhetoric to Remedy: human rights in the struggle against poverty
27 October 2014, 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Lipton Hall,
108 West Third Street
New York, NY 10012

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Mary R. Watson Appointed Executive Dean of the New School for Public Engagemnet


Effective today, Mary R. Watson is the new executive dean of the New School for Public Engagement. Mary has been the associate dean of the Milano School since 2011 and during the summer and fall of 2013 served as Milano’s interim dean and as NSPE interim associate dean. She has chaired and taught in the Management …

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GPIA Students Jill Boyd and Joel Arken Share Experiences Working with Mazlumder During Turkey IFP


During the 2013 IFP to Turkey Jill Boyd and Joel Arken interned together at Mazlumder, a Muslim human rights NGO. At Mazlumder they conducted research and drafted reports on the Gezi Park protests and the Syrian Refugee crises as they were occurring. The reports discuss the media portrayal of these two events by the Turkish media.

Student Opportunity: Join the NSPE community as we serve the greater New York City community the weekend of September 20th

African Services action

NSPE Volunteer Weekend Fall 2013 Friday September 20th Saturday September 21st Sunday September 22nd This annual, 3-day, student-led event offers students, faculty, staff, and alumni of the New School for Public Engagement (NSPE) fun opportunities to volunteer with nonprofit organizations all over New York City. With this weekend we intend to : Build a strong …

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Urban Policy in an Era of Fiscal Austerity

With the federal debt at $16 trillion, the fate of the nation’s cities stands at a crossroads. While cities like New York appear to be doing better than ever, a rising tide of poverty and inequality threatens to undermine their progress. Meanwhile, a large group of second-tier cities, from Detroit and St. Louis to Stockton …

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