Taubman Rotunda, Harvard Kennedy School, Cambridge, MA
Students interested in issues relating to crisis leadership, emergency management, and humanitarian assistance are invited to attend this start-of-semester networking event. Faculty and staff affiliated with the Ash and Taubman Center’s Program on Crisis Leadership and the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative will be on hand to discuss their research and teaching activities. Light refreshments served.
124 Mount Auburn Street, Suite 200-North, Cambridge, MA
Interested in Good Governance, Public Participation, and Policy Innovation?
Join us at the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation’s 2014 Open House!
Learn about the Ash Center’s resources for students, research, course offerings, and programs fostering excellence in democratic governance and innovation. Our faculty will be available to meet and answer questions during the event.
In commemoration of the normalization of U.S. diplomatic relations with China, the Ash Center is cosponsoring a major conference in conjunction with the Carter Center in Atlanta and the Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries. Ash Center Director Tony Saich will lead a number of sessions exploring areas of mutual interest and concern shared by both China and the U.S. Former president Jimmy Carter will address conference attendees about the future of diplomatic and economic relations between Washington and Beijing.