Public Speaker Series: As part of the Center’s commitment to knowledge and to promoting scholarly discourse on a range of issues, it continues to host an ongoing speaker series that seeks to spark dialogue in the community on issues ranging from public policy, business, and economics to the arts, architecture and sustainable development. The series has drawn dozens of renowned figures to the Center over the years including Lakhdar Brahimi, Rashid Khalidi, Gayatri Spivak, Joseph Stiglitz, Thomas Friedman, Lisa Anderson, Joseph Nye, among many others.
The Center also organizes thematic speaker series on various topics of importance. In 2015, the Center held a series titled “Looking at Tunisia” that featured a number of talks by prominent speakers on various aspects of the country’s democratic transition, religious tolerance, political moderation, and civic engagement.
In conjunction with the University of Jordan, the Center organized a series focused on economic reform in Jordan in 2012. The aim was to foster public dialogue on the progress and challenges of Jordan’s efforts in economic reform, and was comprised of nine panel sessions tackling topics ranging from privatization, to centralization and decentralization, to fiscal policy and Jordan’s debt relief.
Conferences and Workshops:The Amman Center cooperates with partners on campus and in the region to organize conferences and workshops featuring international scholars and regional experts that focus on a variety of relevant issues. These events promote academic dialogue and help solidify the Center’s presence in the region as a focal point of intellectual engagement. Many of these events are also open for the public to attend and for the media to cover and interview key participants.
AMMAN — In today's busy world, emotional intelligence can help individuals to stay focused and healthy as well as empower them in making better choices, according to a lead facilitator.
AMMAN — A young Arab engineer on Wednesday took his audience at the Columbia Global Centre Amman on a trip to Antarctica, bringing first-hand stories of his personal experience to the southernmost continent.
A conference titled “Muslim Women and the Right to Choose Freely” was held on Wednesday at the Columbia Global Centres (CGC) in Amman, by noted Anthropologist Lila Abu Lughod who presented a “new way to think about the choice of Muslim women”.
The Search for a Mideast Solution - A discussion between Professor Safwan Masri and Nicolas Pelham, moderated by Nicholas Lemann
Soraya Salti Youth for Youth Series: Developing Emotional Intelligence for Greater Social Impact with Nadine El Asmar
Safwan M. Masri presents "Tunisia: An Arab Anomaly" at the Shoman Foundation - October 23, 2017 at 6:30-8:00 pm
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