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Friday, April 1, 2011

11:45 AM CID Graduate Speaker Series- "The Precariat: The New Dangerous Class" Book Talk with Guy Standing
2:00 PM The Role of Civil Dociety in Promoting a Weapons of Mass Destruction Free Zone in the Middle East

Monday, April 4, 2011

12:00 PM "Making the Digital Fourth Estate: Redefining the Role of a Free Press for the 21st Century." Discussion with Emily Bell.
12:00 PM Energy Policy Seminar, "Is an Electric Car in your Future?"
12:15 PM "Communicating Electricity: A Media Archaeology of Wireless Power Transmission"
12:15 PM "Saudi Arabia: Reaction, Revolution or Reform," a Belfer Center Directors' Lunch with Karen Elliot House
4:30 PM Gender & Security Seminar: "UN1325: Improving Operational Effectiveness of PRTs"
5:00 PM Human Trafficking of North Koreans: When Escape Becomes Bondage
6:00 PM Inside the Egyptian Revolution

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

9:30 AM Joséf Rotblat (1908-2005): Keeper of the Nuclear Conscience
10:30 AM "NATO's New Strategic Concept" with GEN Abrial
12:00 PM "Digital Citizens: The Internet and Politics." Discussion with Caroline Tolbert.
4:00 PM Perishable Power - Doomsday for Democrats: the 2010 Election Wave
4:00 PM The Middle East Initiative Presents: Women, Islam, and Reform in the Middle East
4:00 PM Human Trafficking & Modern-Day Student Policy Group: "Religious Organizations Fighting Human Trafficking in Eastern Europe"
4:10 PM The Center of Action: Serving the President and the Presidency
4:10 PM Deliberative Democracy and Climate Governance
4:10 PM For the Common Defense: Military Lawyers & National Security Policy
4:15 PM Kai Eide: Afghanistan: Lessons for the International Community
4:45 PM Challenges, Opportunities in Shaping the Business Landscape of the Middle East
6:00 PM A conversation with Larry Summers *Harvard ID Required*
6:30 PM Global Queer Series, Part Four: "LGBTQ Human Rights in Uganda"

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

10:00 AM Responding to the Revolution: Examining Newly Heard Voices for Political Change in the Arab Middle East
11:40 AM Behind the Scenes of International Negotiations: Vodka, Saunas, and Other Persuasive Tactics
12:00 PM The Changing Role of the Media--A View from Buckingham Palace and 10 Downing Street
12:00 PM Financial Planning Session with Jennifer Lane
4:00 PM Investigate or Irritate?: Drug Safety
4:00 PM Post 9/11 Interventions: National Security or Imperial Hubris?
4:00 PM Human Rights and Transitional Justice: Tribunals & Criminal Prosecutions, Reparations.
4:10 PM Seminar in Environmental Economics and Policy
4:10 PM How the Military Shapes 'Democratic' Institutions in Dictatorships
4:15 PM Can Indonesia Incrementally Reduce its Disaster Risks? Some Recent Findings

Thursday, April 7, 2011

11:40 AM Stopping the Cover-up about Women and Men Service Members and Veterans, Paula Caplan, Voices of Diversity Project Director, D
11:45 AM The Betrayal of American Prosperity: Free Market Delusions, America's Decline, and How We Must Compete in the Post-Dollar Era
12:00 PM Undermining Our Own Security: U.S. Policies in the Middle East and Beyond
12:00 PM Bad News: How the Press Mis-covered Wall Street’s Meltdown—and Its Recovery to Date
12:15 PM The Political Effectiveness of Non-State Violence: Paradox, Polarity, and the Pursuit of Power
1:30 PM "Hybrid Organizations: The New Face of Social Enterprise?"
2:00 PM STS 20+20: Science and Technology Studies: The Next Twenty
4:00 PM Energy Policy: Can We Bring America Together?
4:00 PM Democracy, Diplomacy & Politics
4:30 PM Contesting Development: Participatory Projects and Local Conflict Dynamics in Indonesia
5:00 PM Said Jawad: “Ending Terror without Embracing Tyranny Reconciliation with Taliban”
5:30 PM Film "Children of the Taliban" and discussion with Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy

Friday, April 8, 2011

8:00 AM Revolution and Reform: The Historic Transition in the Middle East
9:00 AM “Spark Change from Within”: A Breakfast Conversation with Rye Barcott
10:00 AM Revolution & Reform: The Historic Transition in the Middle East
11:45 AM CID Graduate Luncheon Speaker Series- "The Obama Administration and Latin America" with Dan Erikson

Saturday, April 9, 2011

8:00 AM REVOLUTION & REFORM: The Historic Transition in the Middle East

Monday, April 11, 2011

12:00 PM The Non-Aligned Movement and Nuclear Non-Proliferation
12:00 PM Low-Carbon Energy Options
12:15 PM STS Circle Seminar with Duana Fullwiley
3:30 PM 23 Things They Don’t Tell You about Capitalism w/Ha-Joon Chang, Cambridge University
5:30 PM Building Coalitions through Public Service: How Greenwood, Mississippi Is Tackling Rural Poverty and Inequality
6:00 PM Future of Latin America Discussion Series- "From Theory to Practice: Lessons from the Political Transition in Chile after the

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

12:00 PM "Did Dodd-Frank Fix the Mess?" Discussion with Gretchen Morgenson.
12:00 PM Making Amends: The Responsibility of Warring Parties to the Civilian Victims of War
4:00 PM Perishable Power
4:10 PM Challenges in Cyberspace by Dr. John B. Sheldon
5:00 PM "Politics, the Brain and Human Nature" with David Brooks, New York Times
5:15 PM Right to Water Study Group, Topic: "Water Politics and Human Rights in Central Asia"
5:30 PM The Fiscal Crisis of State and Local Government Pension Systems
6:00 PM Wars and Budget Wars: Managing in the Pentagon
6:30 PM Global Queer Series, Part Five: "LGBTQ Human Rights in Iraq"

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

11:40 AM Behind the Scenes of Being a Diplomat: Beyond Summits and Cocktail Parties
12:00 PM Lunch Seminar: Crisis Response and Crisis Management: Gulf Spill and Japan Nuclear Disaster
12:00 PM Mild Crisis, Half Hearted Fiscal Stimulus: Indonesia During the GFC
12:00 PM Program on Education Policy and Governance Colloquia
2:00 PM (Webinar) School Reform in Detroit: Critical Lessons in Building Community Support
3:00 PM Allah, Army, and America: Pakistan's Trinity, Triumvirate, or Trifecta?
3:30 PM A Day of Celebration: The Taubman Building at 20
3:30 PM More Nuclear Power without More Nuclear Proliferation?
4:00 PM Democracy, Diplomacy and Politics
4:00 PM Investigate or Irritate?: Drugs on the Internet
4:00 PM David Ignatius: America and the Global Political Awakening
4:10 PM Seminar in Environmental Economics and Policy
4:10 PM Participatory Budgeting: Democratic Deliberation and Decision Making at the Local Level
4:15 PM The Western Balkans and Europe: At a Crossroad
4:30 PM CID Macro Connections Seminar- "The Universal Shape of Economic Recession and Recovery after a Shock"
6:00 PM Future of Latin America Discussion Series- "The New Middle Class in Brazil"
6:00 PM Campagin 2012: Who's In, Who's Out? Who's Up, Who's Down?

Thursday, April 14, 2011

11:40 AM When the Glass Ceiling Gets Thicker: Risk and Gender Diversity in the Executive Suite, Sreedhari Desai, WAPPP Fellow
11:45 AM Lunch Seminar: Causes and Solutions to the Financial Crisis
12:15 PM Contesting the Past: Shaping Official Narratives in Turkey and Japan
4:00 PM Energy Policy: Can We Bring America Together?
4:00 PM Deleted: Post 9/11 Interventions: National Security or Imperial Hubris?
4:15 PM "Atlas Versus The Cherry Tree: Museums, the Nation, and the World"
4:30 PM Haiti in Transition
6:00 PM Challenges in Implementing Sustainable Development Policy in Pakistan
6:00 PM A Conversation with Dr. Atul Gawande
6:30 PM The Activist's Studio: A conversation with Roberta Achtenburg & Julie Davis

Friday, April 15, 2011

11:45 AM CID Graduate Luncheon Speaker Series- "A Microfinance Discussion with Sadaffe Abid"
4:00 PM Lunch Seminar: The Regulator's Dilemma
7:30 PM Day 1, Gay Rights as Human Rights Conference: 6th Annual Papadopoulos Lecture,"Who Will Give Us the Right to Marry?"

Saturday, April 16, 2011

12:00 AM Day 2, Gay Rights as Human Rights Conference: Day-long schedule of events

Monday, April 18, 2011

10:00 AM Public Talk with Armida Alisyahbana
12:00 PM A National Clean Energy Standard
12:15 PM "A Lab of Their Own: Genomic Sovereignty as Postcolonial Science Policy?" with Ruha Benjamin
4:15 PM Seoul 9-to-5: Creative Governance

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

11:40 AM Lunch Seminar--The Globalization Paradox: Democracy and the Future of the World Economy
12:00 PM Beyond Harvard: Researching Public Policy as HKS Alumni
12:15 PM Resource Nationalism: From Spanish Roots to an Arab Tree
2:00 PM (Webinar) Social Innovation as Economic Development: Incubate and Grow Social Enterprises in Your Community
2:30 PM Ahmed Reda Chami on Emerging Morocco: A Gateway to Opportunities
3:30 PM "Pakistan: A Hard Country," a Belfer Center Student Session with Anatol Lieven
4:00 PM Africa Research Seminar — Propaganda and Conflict: Theory and Evidence From the Rwandan Genocide
4:10 PM Japan's Economy and the World: Post-Quake Reconstruction Prospects and Challenges
4:15 PM The Role of the OSCE in the New Architecture for Security in Europe: Human Rights, Media Freedom and the State of Law
4:30 PM Girls' Rights in Conflict: Challenges & Opportunities for Empowerment through Education: Iraq, Lebanon & Afghanistan
4:30 PM Harvard Kennedy School information session

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

11:45 AM Lunch Seminar: Extended Producer Responsibility in the United States: Full Speed Ahead?
12:00 PM "Adventures in Public Radio." Discussion with Vivian Schiller.
1:30 PM A Human Rights View of the Law of Armed Conflict
4:00 PM **CANCELLED** Study Group: Human Rights and Transitional Justice, Meeting 6
4:10 PM Seminar in Environmental Economics and Policy
4:10 PM Decentralizing Discrimination: Democracy and the Thousand Little Horrors that are Tolerated in its Maintenance
6:00 PM Challenges on the US/Mexico Border: Drugs, Violence and Terror

Thursday, April 21, 2011

10:00 AM Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship - Q&A Session
11:00 AM Beyond Harvard: Reseaching Public Policy as HKS Alumni
11:40 AM The Closing of the Gender Gap in Education: What is the State of Women’s Employment, Marriage, and Motherhood Gaps in Develop
12:00 PM 'Seeing like a Citizen': Power , Participation, and Strategies for Citizen Engagement
12:15 PM America's Standing among its Allies
2:15 PM Teaching for Social Transformation: Approaches to Human Rights Education in India, Lebanon, and Turkey
4:00 PM Post 9/11 Interventions: National Security or Imperial Hubris?
4:15 PM "The Future of Asia" with Meera Shankar, Indian Ambassador to the United States

Friday, April 22, 2011

11:45 AM CID Graduate Luncheon Speaker Series- "Breaking the Poverty Cycle" with Dr. Susan Pick

Monday, April 25, 2011

12:00 PM When Technology Meets Reality: Macondo and Managing Technological Complexity
12:15 PM "Accounting for Taste: Regulating Diet and Health On Food Labels" with Xaq Frohlich
1:00 PM Beyond Harvard: Researching Public Policy as HKS Alumni
5:00 PM The Middle East Initiative Presents: A Rift In Time: Travels With My Ottoman Uncle
5:00 PM Gender & Security Seminar: "Challenges and Opportunities Ahead"

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

9:30 AM From Target to Designer: Multilateral Export Controls and Safeguards in Indian Nuclear Policy
12:00 PM Responsive Democracy: Increasing State Accountability in East Asia
12:15 PM A History of Human Rights in Iran: An Activist's Perspective
2:00 PM Gaming the system: Do eligibility requirements for access to social programs distort spending decisions?
2:30 PM Narcotic Wars At the Border
4:10 PM The Military and Space & National Security Organizations
5:15 PM Right to Water Study Group, Topic: Can Good Practices be Achieved on Small-Scale, but High Impact Water Distribution Projects
6:00 PM Tea Party — What's Brewing for the Budget Battle and the Ballot Box?

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

9:00 AM Effectiveness of Interrogation on the Modern Battlefield
10:00 AM Beyond Harvard: Researching Public Policy as HKS Alumni
11:30 AM Speech, Song, Crime? Dangerous Speech on the Road to Atrocities
12:15 PM Integrated Strategy to Counter Nuclear Smuggling in the Black Sea Region
4:10 PM Seminar in Environmental Economics and Policy
4:10 PM Waves of Democracy Compared: Europe in 1989 and the Arab World in 2011

Thursday, April 28, 2011

11:40 AM Microfinance: Empowering Women, Transforming Lives, Mary Ellen Iskenderian, President and CEO of Women's World Banking
11:45 AM Lunch Seminar--Health Care Reform: How We Got Here and What Happens Next
11:45 AM Virginia’s Voice: Leadership, Health Policy and Intellectual Disability
12:15 PM "Next Steps on Arms Control and Nonproliferation," a Belfer Center Director's Lunch with Ellen Tauscher
12:15 PM International Money or Global Commodity? The Maria Theresa Thaler and Imperial Power in the Interwar Period
4:00 PM A special event with IOP Spring 2011 Fellow Emma Sky & The from the New York Times Neil MacFarquhar
4:15 PM Celso Amorim: "The Role of Brazil in a changing world"
6:00 PM Earthquakes, Tsunamis, Oil Spills & Meltdowns: Acting In Time Against the Next Disaster
6:00 PM Rose Styron and Conversations at Kirkland: 'T Squares: from Tiananmen to Tahrir'

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