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The session delved into the challenges and opportunities for the sustainable development of Maipú’s neighborhoods.
Mélody Braun, the Paris Global Center's response lead, writes about the historic loss and damage decision at U.N. climate conference.
A highly interactive 5-day virtual training on mixed migration and city diplomacy.
Lucas Aramburu CC'23 embarked on his first journey to China, an experience he found to be truly transformative.
CGC Tunis, in partnership with Columbia Alumni Association Tunisia, hosted the Annual Partners Meeting for the Tunisia88 program.
The event was organized by Fundación Convivir and Universidad Católica's School of Medicine with the collaboration of the Santiago Center.
This two-day conference offered an interdisciplinary and nuanced exploration of Turkey's transformative years between the 1920s and 1940s.
Columbia Global Centers | Tunis is seeking a dynamic Marketing intern.
The fourth event in the Cities & Climate Solutions series fetatured Mauricio Fabry from the Metropolitan Regional Government of Santiago.
The Center's late director supported the organization – which provides networking and mentoring services for women – since its inception.
CGC Tunis and Institut Pasteur de Tunis hosted the 22nd LRHG lecture, featuring Pr. Nabil Enattah, a distinguished geneticist and our first speaker from Libya.
Five unique opportunities for faculty to secure support and funding for scholarly research.
Applications are now open for 2023 earthquake recovery awards in Turkey.
Seven Columbia College and SEAS undergrads spent Thanksgiving break in Santiago getting to know the Chilean entrepreneurship and startup ecosystem.
From a class of 50 young people from various life and academic backgrounds, the five who stood out the most in the graduating class were selected to represent the Young Climate Negotiators in Dubai.