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The Jangmadang Generation: Change in North Korea Begins with the Youth

Written by Brandon Lu On April 11th, 2019, ThiNK at Yale (There’s Hope in North Korea) hosted a screening of The Jangmadang Generation, a documentary by Liberty in North Korea, for the Yale student body. Jangmadangs […]

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The Rise of Multilateral Externalization: How the International System ...

Written by Leila Iskandarani On Friday, April 5, the Yale Law School hosted a panel discussing the rise of multilateralism as states seek to evade their legal obligations to provide refugee protections. The panel, part of […]

Building Utility Infrastructure to Support Palestinians in the West Ba ...

Written by Katrina Starbird Asmahan Simry, Palestinian citizen of Israel and human rights activist focused on the treatment of Palestinians, introduced her humanitarian technology organization to undergraduates on March 5th at the Slifka Center for Jewish […]

Challenges Ahead for Chinese-Canadian Camaraderie: A Discussion with Y ...

Written by Coco Chai Yale China In Focus, a student-run independent, non-profit organization on campus, held a roundtable discussion on the current issues regarding Chinese-Canadian relationship and the future challenges that the two countries face on […]

Building Utility Infrastructure to Support Palestinians in the West Ba ...

Written by Katrina Starbird Asmahan Simry, Palestinian citizen of Israel and human rights activist focused on the treatment of Palestinians, introduced her humanitarian technology organization to undergraduates on March 5th at the Slifka Center for Jewish […]

Ending the War in Yemen: How Citizens, the United States, and the Worl ...

Written by Alayna Lee After three years of conflict, the war in Yemen has not shown any signs of stopping, and it has  turned into one of the most severe humanitarian crises the international community faces […]

The Judicialization of the Right to Health in Brazil: Enacting Magical ...

Written by Leila Iskandarani In the fifth installment of its Health Justice Speaker Series, the Yale Jackson Institute for Global Affairs hosted João Biehl to discuss “The Judicialization of the Right to Health in Brazil: Enacting […]

Yale Russian Chorus to tour Russia this summer

Written by Sam Pekats After receiving private donations and sizable funding from the United States Embassy in Moscow’s Public Relations desk, the Yale Russian Chorus (YRC) will once again tour Russia this coming summer, for the […]

Tibetan President-in-Exile Lobsang Sangay visits Yale to talk about au ...

Written by Max Krupnick In mid-February, President of the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) Lobsang Sangay spoke to around fifty Yale students in a talk hosted by Davenport College and the Yale Political Union. Sangay has headed […]

Justice and Peace in Colombia’s Embattled but Groundbreaking Special ...

Written by Juanita Garcia Uribe The Yale University Law School hosted a talk entitled “Justice and Peace in Colombia’s Embattled but Groundbreaking Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP)” with Julieta Lemaitre on February 21st. Lemaitre serves as […]

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