International Expert speaks on Colombian Peace Process

Headshot of Leonardo Garcia Jaramillo, Hispanic young man with dark hair, beard and mustache

On Thursday, September 1, Leonardo Garcia Jaramillo from EAFIT University in Medellin, Colombia, visited the College of Community and Public Affairs to discuss the challenges that lie ahead in the Colombian Peace Process, with particular attention to how to resolve issues of amnesty given inconsistencies between international humanitarian law and Colombian constitutional law. His presentation was entitled, “Building a Stable and Lasting Peace: The Colombia Experience”.

For more information, contact Nadia Rubaii nadia.rubaii@binghamton.edu

 

 

Binghamton University student philanthropy program awards $13,200

Binghamton University philanthropy students announced the recipients of more than $13,000 in local grant awards for 2016.

The University’s Philanthropy Incubator program consists of undergraduate and graduate students who learn about community needs, the role nonprofit organizations play in addressing those needs, and ways in which to manage and lead nonprofit organizations effectively. The students also learned the importance of philanthropy, the giving of time or money, to ensure charitable organizations have the resources they need in order to make a difference for communities. READ MORE

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21st Century Governance Challenges: International Perspectives on the Issues of Sustainability, Diversity, and Peace

SUNY Conversations in the Disciplines
was held on October 12, 2015
Binghamton University

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Questions regarding the conference can be directed to Dr. Nadia Rubaii at nadia.rubaii@binghamton.edu.

Last Updated: 12/6/16