To help minimize the spread of COVID-19, some events are being offered virtually, and in-person events have additional safety requirements.

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College of Community Innovation and Education: by Category “Speaker/Lecture/Seminar”

  • Human Trafficking in the Fishing Industry II: Reporting by DOJ’s Taskforce on Human Trafficking

    Virtual

    The problem of forced labor on fishing vessels has emerged as an especially difficult challenge to policymakers, enforcement officials, and worker advocates. This form of human trafficking is particularly challenging to eradicate due in part to the physical isolation of those workplaces and the complex legal and jurisdictional issues on the high seas. Hear from Karen Stauss, Senior Policy Counsel …

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  • Spring 2021 CPNM Eminent Scholar Lecture Series featuring Donald Moynihan, Ph.D.

    Virtual

    Eminent Scholar Lecture: “Behavioral Public Performance: How People Make Sense of Government Metrics” On Thursday, March 18th, 2021, Donald Moynihan, Ph.D. will be presenting as the 2020 Fall Eminent Scholar for the Center for Public and Nonprofit Management’s fall lecture event. His discussion will consider an unfolding revolution that is occurring in the measurement and reporting of government performance through …

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