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The Unseen Paradox of Agricultural Workers: How Our Food Systems Create Hunger

Date: October 22, 2018, 12:10-1pm
Location: Columbia Law School, Jerome Greene Hall, Room 102A

Fall 2018 International Investment Law and Policy Speaker Series

Date: October 11 – November 29, 2018, 12:10-1pm
Location: Columbia Law School, Jerome Greene Hall, Room – various

13th Annual Columbia International Investment Conference: “Rethinking International Investment Governance: Principles for the 21st Century”

Date: September 27-28, 2018, 9:00am–5:30pm (27th), 8:30am–4:45pm (28th)
Reception to follow, 4:45-6:45pm, September 28
Location: Faculty House, Columbia University, New York

Outcome Report of Roundtable on International Investment Regime and Access to Justice

On October 18, 2017, the UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights  and the CCSI co-hosted a one-day roundtable on the impacts of the international investment regime on access to justice for investment-affected individuals and communities. Held at Columbia University in New York, the roundtable brought together 32 individuals from civil society organizations, communities… read more

Climate Change, the Courts, and the Paris Agreement

Date: September 26, 2018, 1:00pm – 6:00pm
Location: Faculty House, Columbia University, New York

The Global Pact for the Environment: Multi-Disciplinary Perspectives on the Future of International Environmental Governance

Date: September 26, 2018, 9:00am – 12:00pm
Location: Faculty House, Columbia University, New York

Renewable Energy and the SDGs: Exploring Links with Extractives, Agriculture, and Land Use

Date: September 24, 2018, 1:00pm – 5:00pm
Location: Philanthropy New York, 1500 Broadway, 7th Fl, Central Park Room

Global Perspectives on a Global Pact for the Environment

Edited by Michael Burger, Teresa Parejo, and Lisa Sachs
September 19, 2018

As the UNGA convenes this week, we are bringing together independent thought leaders and legal scholars from around the world to weigh in on what, if anything, the process initiated by UNGA Resolution 72/277 might usefully accomplish; and what the United Nations agencies, national governments and civil society stakeholders engaged in the process could usefully consider. Together, these perspectives identify a number of existing issues that merit attention and, if heeded, might inform negotiations on the future of international environmental governance.

Executive Training on Investment Treaties and Arbitration for Government Officials

Date: July 30-August 9, 2018
Location: Columbia Law School, Jerome Greene Hall, Case Lounge

Advancing the SDGs: Understanding and Improving the Role of Corporate Transparency through Big Data

Date: July 16-17, 2018
Location: São Paulo, Brazil