- Join SSRC and the Brooklyn Historical Society on 10/2 for a discussion about racial reconciliation and reparations with New York University journalism professor and New York Times contributing writer Rachel Swarns; Adam Rothman, Georgetown University historian and principal curator of the (...)
- Dr. Abdalla Hamdok, the recently sworn-in Prime Minister of the Sudan, presented his vision and priorities for the country at a United Nations Internal Coordination Meeting facilitated by the SSRC’s Conflict Prevention and Peace Forum. The meeting comes just months after a mass protest movement (...)
- The Media & Democracy program invites submissions of abstracts for a research workshop on “Extreme Right Radicalization Online: Platforms, Processes, Prevention,” to be held in New York City, May 14-15, 2020.
- The SSRC joins science, engineering, and educational orgs in a letter to U.S. agencies: “While we must be vigilant to safeguard research, we must also ensure that the U.S. remains a desirable and welcoming destination for researchers from around the (...)
- Writing for Items, media researcher and publisher Jeff Pooley responds to the European open access initiative, Plan S, outlining the history of the current system of author-paid article processing charges (APCs) and the ways this system perpetuates inequality across the publishing (...)