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Liu Professor Sets Scene at 2016 Our…

Professor Rashid Sumaila at the "Fisheries for the Future" talk at the 2016 Our Ocean conference.

Professor George Hoberg

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George Hoberg

Professor Hoberg specializes in environmental and natural resource policy and governance.

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Pipelines and the Politics of Structure: A Case Study of…

Liu Professor George Hoberg uses the case of Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Pipeline proposal to illuminate the political dynamics of energy in Canada in the 2010s.

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Time for the hard work on meaningful…

According to Professor George Hoberg, Canada has so far relied on uncoordinated provincial climate initiatives.

Events

Lebel

01

April 2016
9:30 AM

Event

Research for International Development and Democracy

UBC and the International Development Research Centre invite you to a day of programming about democratic transition and international development priorities.

Greg Constantine

07

April 2016
4:30 PM

Event

Nowhere People Project ft. Greg Constantine, Allard Prize Photography Competition…

Greg Constantine is an award-winning documentary photojournalist and is one of the winners of the semi-annual Allard Prize Photography Competition.

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April 2016
12:00 PM

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Public Talk and Workshop with Dr. Ericka Beckman

The Latin America and the Global research group invites those concerned with the culture and economy of development in the Global South to join a day of activities.

Boy in Russia

08

April 2016
12:00 PM

Event

Functions of NGOs in Contemporary Russia: The Case of the…

Join us for this engaging talk with Dr. Olga Rosenblum, Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, on functions of NGOs in contemporary Russia.

Navin Farm

26

April 2016
7:30 PM

Event

A Framework for Understanding Why Food Security Discussions are Contentious

In this Café Scientifique talk, Dr. Ramankutty will use an assessment framework to explore the available evidence supporting or opposing the various claims about the most sustainable way to farm…

Marjo Vierros

27

April 2016
1:00 PM

Event

An Ocean of Diplomacy – Negotiating for the Health of…

This talk by Liu Visiting Fellow Marjo Vierros will examine how questions about the use and protection of ocean space and resources feature into UN negotiations around the global ocean…

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04

May 2016
7:30 PM

Event

Nagasaki: Memories of My Son

Join us for a free screening of a film starring Sayuri Yoshinaga and Kazunari Ninomiya as mother and son in postwar Nagasaki.

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June 2016
9:00 AM

Event

Against Disappearance: A Photographic Search for Memory, Lobby Gallery Exhibition

Drop by this summer to view our new Lobby Gallery art exhibition, Against Disappearance: A Photographic Search for Memory.

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10

June 2016
7:30 PM

Event

100 Days Book Launch

Join the launch event of 100 Days by Juliane Okot Bitek featuring readings by Jordan Scott and Cecily Nicholson.

2592

15

June 2016
5:45 PM

Event

I Am Evelyn Amony: Reclaiming My Life from the Lord’s…

Please join author Evelyn Amony for the launch of her memoir that provides a rare glimpse of her life as the forced wife to Joseph Kony.

2592

16

June 2016
9:30 AM

Event

Learning from Lived Experience

A workshop that will use the memoir 'I am Evelyn Amony' as a starting point for a discussion on learning from lived experiences, examining key themes reflected in the book…

Lind Initiative in U.S. Studies

15

September 2016
6:30 PM

Event

How Populism is Transforming American Politics — On the Left…

Join Lind Initiative speakers Peter Beinart and David Frum, with moderator Andrew Coyne, on How Populism is Transforming American Politics — On the Left and Right on September 15th.

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22

September 2016
3:30 PM

Event

African Studies Colloquium Presents: Repatriation as Predation – The Category…

Curated by Nuno Porto, the first installment in the African Studies Colloquium Series explores the ongoing effort to locate Angola looted African art pieces.

Jane Mayer

23

September 2016
6:30 PM

Event

Dark Money: How Money is Shaping the U.S. Election

Join Lind Initiative speaker Jane Mayer to explore Dark Money: How Money is Shaping the U.S. Election.

Roland Paris COP21

03

October 2016
12:30 PM

Event

“Canada’s Back – Now What? International Policy for the Long…

UBC students, join us for a discussion on international policy with Roland Paris, the Prime Minister's former advisor on global affairs and defence.

100Days_Cover

13

October 2016
5:30 PM

Event

100 Days Book Launch

Join us for the UBC launch of 100 Days by PhD Candidate and Liu Scholar Juliane Okot Bitek.

E.J. Dionne

14

October 2016
6:30 PM

Event

Why the Right Went Wrong: The State of U.S. Conservatism…

Join Lind Initiative speaker E. J. Dionne Jr. to explore Why the Right Went Wrong: The State of U.S. Conservatism in the Year of Trump.

Lind Audience Alumni Centre

26

October 2016
6:30 PM

Event

Examining the Nomination Process: How did we get here? Where…

Join Lind Initiative speakers Hans Noel and Byron Shafer, with moderator and UBC Professor Richard Johnston, to explore how the Republican nomination battle defied prediction.

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01

November 2016
5:00 PM

Event

Refugee Symposium & Opera

The UBC Refugee Symposium and Opera is intended to stimulate discussion on the global refugee crisis.


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Research

Cutting a lifeline to maritime crime: marine insurance and IUU fishing

New research from the University of British Columbia finds that rogue fishing vessels are able to secure insurance including those that have been flagged by international watchdogs for unlawful activity.

New research from the University of British Columbia finds that rogue fishing vessels are able to secure insurance including those that have been flagged by international watchdogs for unlawful activity.