Webinar, United States
March 09, 2021, May 27, 2022

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Webinar, United States
May 27, 2022

This webinar is the tenth webinar in a series presenting innovative research on crime and violence in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Webinar, United States
May 24, 2022

On May 24, IPA's Chief Research and Policy Officer Radha Rajkotia moderated the fourth webinar in the series, Building the Evidence on Forced Displacement: From Research to Policy Making, to discuss findings from the latest research on forced displacement. This webinar focused on a study on the impact of access to work for Rohingya refugees living in Bangladesh.
Webinar, United States
March 09, 2022

This webinar is the ninth webinar in a series presenting innovative research on crime and violence in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Online, United States
March 08, 2022

On March 8, IPA and J-PAL organized a roundtable discussion at the 2022 Fragility Forum with a group of leading academics researching effective strategies for combating gang rule and improving citizen security. The roundtable facilitated a discussion on:
Webinar, United States
January 25, 2022

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Seville, Spain
December 09, 2021 - December 10, 2021

From December 9-10, IPA co-hosted a workshop on six thematic discussions to advance the debate on identified priority areas: 1) Responding to environmental threats to peace with action on the ground, 2) The way forward: Lessons learned, best practices, and success stories from the Sahel and beyond, 3) Leveraging big data and the digital transformation for integrated climate and conflict-sensitive action, 4) Interreligious dialogue, peace, and the environment, 5) Local governance, landscapes, and conflict resolution, and 6) International Environmental Law. 
Webinar, United States
November 15, 2021

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Webinar, Germany
November 09, 2021

What are the most promising strategies for reducing crime, violence, and conflict? The past decade has seen a dramatic expansion in the experimental literature designed to help answer this question. Moving beyond evaluations of individual programs, these studies seek to advance our understanding of what drives individuals and groups towards violence and conflict and the levers at our disposal for their reduction.
Webinar, Switzerland
November 03, 2021

On November 3, in a session titled “Emergent Approaches to M&E for Peacebuilding”, Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) Senior Policy Associate Isabela Salgado, IPA’s Peace & Recovery Senior Program Associate Daphne Schermer, Environmental Law Institute Research Associate Shehla Chowdhury and Director of Internal Programs Carl Bruch, and the International Development Resear
Webinar, United States
October 26, 2021

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Webinar, United States
September 28, 2021

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Webinar, United States
September 22, 2021

On September 22, IPA participated in the third webinar in the series, Building the Evidence on Forced Displacement: From Research to Policy Making, to discuss findings from the latest research on forced displacement. This webinar focused on the economic and social impact of Venezuelan refugees migrating to Brazil.
Webinar, United States
August 19, 2021

On August 19, Ricardo Morel, IPA's Peace and Recovery Program Director, and Aprille Knox, Policy Manager at J-PAL, joined USAID's Center for Democracy, Human Rights and Governance (DRG) Community of Practice to present emerging evidence on interventions aimed at reducing or preventing the violent behavior of individuals in high-crime or conflict setting.
Webinar, Myanmar
July 15, 2021 - July 17, 2021

From July 15-17, IPA Myanmar moderated a conference titled Myanmar Update 2021: Living with the Pandemic and the Coup hosted by Australian National University. Myanmar Update is a major venue at which to present cutting-edge scholarship on political, social and economic affairs in Myanmar.

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