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A global team of experts has defined menstrual health to advance policy, practice, and research
Thursday, April 29, 2021

Billions of people around the world experience a menstrual cycle. Meeting their menstrual needs is essential for achieving health and gender equality.

A growing body of activists and actors are rising to the challenge and have brought visibility to this long-marginalized topic. However, large-scale investment and coordination across sectors is needed to ensure menstrual health for all.

To provide a common language and unite efforts to support the breadth of menstrual needs, a collaboration of experts have now defined menstrual health.

Thursday, February 11, 2021

With a challenging academic year ahead, a consortium of Centers and Institutes will offer funding for proposals that cultivate student engagement and enhance the online learning experience for Columbia students and instructors. As many universities and colleges grapple with the reality of online and hybrid instruction in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, faculty members, teaching assistants, instructors, and students prepare to learn and teach in unprecedented ways. Structuring engaging online or hybrid courses is not a simple task.

Wednesday, July 22, 2020

SIPA Professor Joanne Bauer's latest essay in Rights CoLab argues that to reduce risk and strengthen social license, investors must cultivate relationships with human rights defenders. The article shines a spotlight on the 2015-2016 Business and Human Rights Clinic, a course she taught jointly sponsored by ISHR and SIPA. 

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Wednesday, July 22, 2020

The COVID Solidarity project, a map of community organizing related to COVID-19 in the US has now been launched.

Accounting for the Missing in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Beyond.
Monday, July 13, 2020
by Lara J. Nettelfield
This article was originally published in Kosovo 2.0. and OpenDemocracy

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