We are proud to present Monkey Cage Chats, a new collaboration between the Monkey Cage blog at the Washington Post and the Media & Democracy program. The first chat features three scholars as they discuss the uniqueness of the US tax code.
New Social Data Initiative to equip scholars and researchers with processes, data, and information necessary to examine the impact of social media on society, beginning with elections and democracy.
Cynthia Miller-Idriss (IDRF 2000) and Mitchell Stevens discuss the insularity of US social science in an op-ed for Times Higher Education. Their piece is based on a new book they co-authored with SSRC program director Seteney Shami.
Tatiana Carayannis, director of the Understanding Violent Conflict program, facilitated discussions at an expert workshop aimed at outlining the broader context within which non-violent social movements are taking place in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
Tatiana Carayannis, director of the Understanding Violent Conflict program, facilitated workshop on the 5th Anniversary of the signing of the Peace, Security & Cooperation Framework (PSCF) for the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Africa’s Great Lakes region in Addis Ababa.