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CGD is committed to building an organization that embraces diversity and fosters inclusivity. We value diversity across intersectional dimensions, including, but not limited to, race, ethnicity, geographic location, and gender. As such, our public events aim to bring together relevant expertise and a balance of perspectives. Read our diversity commitments for public events here.

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February 25, 2008
Disparities within developing countries contribute as much to global child health inequalities as do disparities between the developing and developed...
February 13, 2008
The African Studies Program at The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies  invites you to our February 13th lecture series...
February 13, 2008
Recent empirical work on US elections argues that the observed relationship between exogenous shocks and electoral outcomes is evidence of voter...
February 12, 2008
Due partly to costly information, price dispersion across markets is common in developed and developing countries. Between 2001 and 2006, cell phone...
February 7, 2008
Minister Al-Salem will be releasing for the first time a publication detailing his government's actions to improve enforcement of labor standards,...
February 6, 2008
  African Studies Lecture Series Featuring Sean McFate Program Director of the Stabilizing Fragile States Project at the Bipartisan Policy...
February 6, 2008
Professor Easterly will present a controversial analysis suggesting that most African countries' predicted "failure" to meet the Millennium...
February 4, 2008
In the wake of December's UN Climate Change Conference in Indonesia, our panel will consider the next stages of international climate negotiations,...

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