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Understanding the "why" of international conflicts - the first step toward finding fair and peaceful resolutions.

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The Bishop and the Imam: A Conversation on Immigration - Burke Lectureship on Religion and Society

Around the world, individuals and families are fleeing their countries of origin because of war, violence, natural disasters, and climate change. As their numbers swell, host countries face calls to exclude them. Two prominent local religious leaders of especially targeted and vulnerable populations Bishop Robert McElroy of the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Diego and Imam Taha Hassane of the Islamic Center of San Diego speak about a common path forward for our society, based on the wisdom of their respective traditions. In the United States, recent political decisions and governmental policies have worsened the prospects of both those seeking to immigrate legally as well as the millions of undocumented immigrants already here or those still coming. Series: "Burke Lectureship on Religion and Society" [Show ID: 35228]

55 MIN2019 DEC 10
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The Bishop and the Imam: A Conversation on Immigration - Burke Lectureship on Religion and Society

Climate Justice Race and Migration - DeWitt Higgs Memorial Lecture

Climate change, caused primarily by the greenhouse gas emissions of the world's most affluent populations, is having a disproportionate impact on socially and economically subordinated populations all over the world. Although climate change is anticipated to displace between 200 million and 1 billion people by 2050, the racialized hostility of the US, the European Union, and Australia to persons fleeing poverty, conflict, and environmental degradation does not bode well for climate refugees. Carmen G. Gonzalez, Professor of Law at Seattle University School of Law, examines the relationship between climate change and racial subordination, evaluating the evolving legal and policy responses to climate change-induced displacement. Series: "DeWitt Higgs Memorial Lecture" [Show ID: 35345]

57 MIN2019 DEC 4
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Climate Justice Race and Migration - DeWitt Higgs Memorial Lecture

Immigrant Integration: A Social and Economic Imperative - Workforce Frontiers Symposium 2019

Immigrants and refugees represent nearly a fourth of San Diego County - and nearly $20 billion dollars in earning power. Workforce planning and development needs to create strategies to integrate the talent of these individuals into our community and businesses. Dyna R. Jones and Rahmatullah Mokhtar share their stories of finding a place in the workforce. Series: "Career Channel" [Show ID: 35385]

18 MIN2019 NOV 26
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Immigrant Integration: A Social and Economic Imperative - Workforce Frontiers Symposium 2019

Quality Jobs: A Pathway to the American Dream - Workforce Frontiers Symposium 2019

The Aspen Institute's Mark Popovich examines the ways employers can leverage quality jobs to impact quality of life for their employees. He advocates changing the narrative around workers/employers as well as supporting policy changes to "raise the floor" and "build the ladders." Series: "Career Channel" [Show ID: 35383]

21 MIN2019 NOV 24
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Quality Jobs: A Pathway to the American Dream - Workforce Frontiers Symposium 2019

This is Not a Film - Exploration of Jafar Panahi’s Documentary

The isolation of house arrest, film as a tool for political expression, and the serpentine nature of Iranian cinema all arise in this thoughtful conversation about Jafar Panahi’s documentary, This is Not a Film (2011) between Anna Brusutti (UCSB) and Hamid Naficy (Northwestern University). Naficy and Brusutti’s wide-ranging discussion explores the wit and creativity of the film, the state of Iranian filmmaking, and the importance of cinema to engage entrenched political power. Series: "Carsey-Wolf Center" [Show ID: 35342]

44 MIN2019 NOV 21
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This is Not a Film - Exploration of Jafar Panahi’s Documentary

Security for Israel and Her Neighbors: Challenges and Opportunities with Tzipi Livni - Herb York Memorial Lecture

Conflict and tensions in the Middle East have reached their highest point in years. Tensions and the risk of confrontation are growing between the U.S. and Iran, as well as between Iran and U.S. regional allies. Tzipi Livni, former Foreign Minister of Israel, reflects on whether increased tensions in the region can help create new opportunities for peace and stability. She explores, in particular, the threats Israel faces that may threaten an already fragile status quo. Tzipi Livni is the featured speaker for the 2019 Herb York Memorial Lecture, presented by UC Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation at UC San Diego. Series: "Herb York Memorial Lecture" [Show ID: 35319]

53 MIN2019 NOV 18
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Security for Israel and Her Neighbors: Challenges and Opportunities with Tzipi Livni - Herb York Memorial Lecture

Immigration: A Boon or Burden to U.S. Society? - 2019 Arthur N. Rupe Great Debate

Experts on immigration, national security and refugee movements engage in a debate about the U.S. immigration system, the values and interests it serves and the impact of immigration on the nation. The debate features Mark Krikorian, Executive Director of the Center for Immigration Studies, and Rubén Rumbaut, Distinguished Professor of Sociology at UC Irvine. The moderator is Donald Kerwin, Jr., Director of the Center for Migration Studies of New York. Series: "Voices" [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 35057]

86 MIN2019 AUG 21
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Immigration: A Boon or Burden to U.S. Society? - 2019 Arthur N. Rupe Great Debate

Madeleine K. Albright at UC San Diego Commencement 2019

In her keynote address at UC San Diego's All Campus Commencement 2019, former US. Secretary of State and diplomatic icon Madeleine Albright exhorts students to concentrate their energies and talents on creating sustainable communities both at home and abroad. Speaking from her perspective as an immigrant who rose to become the first female Secretary of State, Albright emphasizes the need for appreciation of diversity and innovation in a rapdily-changing social landscape. Series: "Immigration" [Public Affairs] [Education] [Show ID: 34959]

25 MIN2019 JUN 27
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Madeleine K. Albright at UC San Diego Commencement 2019

UC San Diego All Campus Commencement 2019 with Madeleine Albright

Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla welcomes Former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and student speaker Michaela Juels to address UC San Diegos all campus commencement ceremony. Secretary Albright shattered the glass ceiling to become the first woman to serve as Secretary of State and is an icon of American diplomacy. She shares her insight as a strong leader and dedicated public servant who inspires making a positive impact on the globe, a theme echoed by Michaela Juels. [Public Affairs] [Education] [Show ID: 34545]

46 MIN2019 JUN 20
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UC San Diego All Campus Commencement 2019 with Madeleine Albright

How Safe Are We? Janet Napolitano Discusses Homeland Security Since 9/11

Janet Napolitano, the former US Secretary of Homeland Security, discusses her new book, How Safe Are We?: Homeland Security Since 9/11, what we have accomplished since that awful day, where the critical security gaps remain, and where dangerous new ones have opened—and how to close them. While the devastation at Ground Zero is etched in our collective memory as the image of terrorism, the threat landscape has evolved dramatically since the Department of Homeland Security was created in 2003. “Rather than collapsed buildings,” Napolitano writes, “today we face collapsed faith in our democratic institutions,” caused by cyber-intrusions into US elections and into other areas of critical infrastructure, including our energy, financial and communications networks. Series: "UC Public Policy Channel" [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 34754]

50 MIN2019 APR 17
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How Safe Are We? Janet Napolitano Discusses Homeland Security Since 9/11

Latest Episodes

The Bishop and the Imam: A Conversation on Immigration - Burke Lectureship on Religion and Society

Around the world, individuals and families are fleeing their countries of origin because of war, violence, natural disasters, and climate change. As their numbers swell, host countries face calls to exclude them. Two prominent local religious leaders of especially targeted and vulnerable populations Bishop Robert McElroy of the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Diego and Imam Taha Hassane of the Islamic Center of San Diego speak about a common path forward for our society, based on the wisdom of their respective traditions. In the United States, recent political decisions and governmental policies have worsened the prospects of both those seeking to immigrate legally as well as the millions of undocumented immigrants already here or those still coming. Series: "Burke Lectureship on Religion and Society" [Show ID: 35228]

55 MIN2019 DEC 10
Comments
The Bishop and the Imam: A Conversation on Immigration - Burke Lectureship on Religion and Society

Climate Justice Race and Migration - DeWitt Higgs Memorial Lecture

Climate change, caused primarily by the greenhouse gas emissions of the world's most affluent populations, is having a disproportionate impact on socially and economically subordinated populations all over the world. Although climate change is anticipated to displace between 200 million and 1 billion people by 2050, the racialized hostility of the US, the European Union, and Australia to persons fleeing poverty, conflict, and environmental degradation does not bode well for climate refugees. Carmen G. Gonzalez, Professor of Law at Seattle University School of Law, examines the relationship between climate change and racial subordination, evaluating the evolving legal and policy responses to climate change-induced displacement. Series: "DeWitt Higgs Memorial Lecture" [Show ID: 35345]

57 MIN2019 DEC 4
Comments
Climate Justice Race and Migration - DeWitt Higgs Memorial Lecture

Immigrant Integration: A Social and Economic Imperative - Workforce Frontiers Symposium 2019

Immigrants and refugees represent nearly a fourth of San Diego County - and nearly $20 billion dollars in earning power. Workforce planning and development needs to create strategies to integrate the talent of these individuals into our community and businesses. Dyna R. Jones and Rahmatullah Mokhtar share their stories of finding a place in the workforce. Series: "Career Channel" [Show ID: 35385]

18 MIN2019 NOV 26
Comments
Immigrant Integration: A Social and Economic Imperative - Workforce Frontiers Symposium 2019

Quality Jobs: A Pathway to the American Dream - Workforce Frontiers Symposium 2019

The Aspen Institute's Mark Popovich examines the ways employers can leverage quality jobs to impact quality of life for their employees. He advocates changing the narrative around workers/employers as well as supporting policy changes to "raise the floor" and "build the ladders." Series: "Career Channel" [Show ID: 35383]

21 MIN2019 NOV 24
Comments
Quality Jobs: A Pathway to the American Dream - Workforce Frontiers Symposium 2019

This is Not a Film - Exploration of Jafar Panahi’s Documentary

The isolation of house arrest, film as a tool for political expression, and the serpentine nature of Iranian cinema all arise in this thoughtful conversation about Jafar Panahi’s documentary, This is Not a Film (2011) between Anna Brusutti (UCSB) and Hamid Naficy (Northwestern University). Naficy and Brusutti’s wide-ranging discussion explores the wit and creativity of the film, the state of Iranian filmmaking, and the importance of cinema to engage entrenched political power. Series: "Carsey-Wolf Center" [Show ID: 35342]

44 MIN2019 NOV 21
Comments
This is Not a Film - Exploration of Jafar Panahi’s Documentary

Security for Israel and Her Neighbors: Challenges and Opportunities with Tzipi Livni - Herb York Memorial Lecture

Conflict and tensions in the Middle East have reached their highest point in years. Tensions and the risk of confrontation are growing between the U.S. and Iran, as well as between Iran and U.S. regional allies. Tzipi Livni, former Foreign Minister of Israel, reflects on whether increased tensions in the region can help create new opportunities for peace and stability. She explores, in particular, the threats Israel faces that may threaten an already fragile status quo. Tzipi Livni is the featured speaker for the 2019 Herb York Memorial Lecture, presented by UC Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation at UC San Diego. Series: "Herb York Memorial Lecture" [Show ID: 35319]

53 MIN2019 NOV 18
Comments
Security for Israel and Her Neighbors: Challenges and Opportunities with Tzipi Livni - Herb York Memorial Lecture

Immigration: A Boon or Burden to U.S. Society? - 2019 Arthur N. Rupe Great Debate

Experts on immigration, national security and refugee movements engage in a debate about the U.S. immigration system, the values and interests it serves and the impact of immigration on the nation. The debate features Mark Krikorian, Executive Director of the Center for Immigration Studies, and Rubén Rumbaut, Distinguished Professor of Sociology at UC Irvine. The moderator is Donald Kerwin, Jr., Director of the Center for Migration Studies of New York. Series: "Voices" [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 35057]

86 MIN2019 AUG 21
Comments
Immigration: A Boon or Burden to U.S. Society? - 2019 Arthur N. Rupe Great Debate

Madeleine K. Albright at UC San Diego Commencement 2019

In her keynote address at UC San Diego's All Campus Commencement 2019, former US. Secretary of State and diplomatic icon Madeleine Albright exhorts students to concentrate their energies and talents on creating sustainable communities both at home and abroad. Speaking from her perspective as an immigrant who rose to become the first female Secretary of State, Albright emphasizes the need for appreciation of diversity and innovation in a rapdily-changing social landscape. Series: "Immigration" [Public Affairs] [Education] [Show ID: 34959]

25 MIN2019 JUN 27
Comments
Madeleine K. Albright at UC San Diego Commencement 2019

UC San Diego All Campus Commencement 2019 with Madeleine Albright

Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla welcomes Former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and student speaker Michaela Juels to address UC San Diegos all campus commencement ceremony. Secretary Albright shattered the glass ceiling to become the first woman to serve as Secretary of State and is an icon of American diplomacy. She shares her insight as a strong leader and dedicated public servant who inspires making a positive impact on the globe, a theme echoed by Michaela Juels. [Public Affairs] [Education] [Show ID: 34545]

46 MIN2019 JUN 20
Comments
UC San Diego All Campus Commencement 2019 with Madeleine Albright

How Safe Are We? Janet Napolitano Discusses Homeland Security Since 9/11

Janet Napolitano, the former US Secretary of Homeland Security, discusses her new book, How Safe Are We?: Homeland Security Since 9/11, what we have accomplished since that awful day, where the critical security gaps remain, and where dangerous new ones have opened—and how to close them. While the devastation at Ground Zero is etched in our collective memory as the image of terrorism, the threat landscape has evolved dramatically since the Department of Homeland Security was created in 2003. “Rather than collapsed buildings,” Napolitano writes, “today we face collapsed faith in our democratic institutions,” caused by cyber-intrusions into US elections and into other areas of critical infrastructure, including our energy, financial and communications networks. Series: "UC Public Policy Channel" [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 34754]

50 MIN2019 APR 17
Comments
How Safe Are We? Janet Napolitano Discusses Homeland Security Since 9/11
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