2022 Past Events

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The Future of National Security in the World of the “n-block war"

Hybrid event

September 13, 2022

This panel - Jennifer Welsh, Vincent Rigby, Ali Dizboni, and Andrew Potter - looked at the future of national security in the world of the n-block war, addressing questions such as: How should we prepare? What should we prioritize? With whom should we ally?

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Mass Entrepreneurship with Ravi Venkatesan

Online event

June 9, 2022

Ravi Venkatesan, the founder of the Global Alliance for Mass Entrepreneurship (GAME),explores the challenges and opportunities facing Small and Medium-size Enterprises (SMEs), mass entrepreneurship, and strategies for enabling conditions.

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Shaping Local and Global Policies for Small Business: Insights from Former President of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos

Online event

March 29, 2022

Former president of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, discussed his experiences in creating an enabling environment to drive impact and economic growth through private/public partnerships.

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Russia's Intervention in Ukraine: A Roundtable Discussion

Online event

March 3, 2022

Addressing the recent military operation in Ukraine, Timofiy Mylovanov, Kerry Buck, T.V. Paul and Jennifer Welsh discuss what this action tells the world about Russia's goals and military capability, the strength of the Ukrainian resistance, and how international institutions - including NATO and the United Nations - are being tested.

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Reconciling Decolonization and Public Policy

Online event

February 25, 2022

As part of Black History Month, speakers Terri Givens and Tshepo Madlingozi unpacked decolonization as a conceptual framework and disrupting mainstream approaches to public policy.

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Creating Enabling Policies for Small Businesses: Lessons from Africa

Online event

February 16, 2022

This session features two experts from Kenya and Nigeria, Adron Naggayi Nalinya and Toki Mabogunje, who shared their experiences in building the skills of entrepreneurs and supportive infrastructure to shape micro and macro-economic and financial, and sector-specific policies that positively influence their ecosystem.

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