Carol Lamberg Book Event

Carol Lamberg Book Event

On Monday, May 7th, Milano welcomed long-time leader in the affordable housing movement, Carol Lamberg, as she celebrated the launch of her first book, Neighborhood Success Stories: Creating and Sustaining Affordable Housing in New York. From 1983 to 2014, Lamberg was the Executive Director of … Continue Reading →
Professors Peter Hoffman & Sakiko Fukuda Parr Publish New Books

Professors Peter Hoffman & Sakiko Fukuda Parr Publish New Books

“What is humanitarianism?” This complex question gets a thorough examination in a new book recently published by SGPIA Professor Peter J. Hoffman. In Humanitarianism, War, and Politics: Solferino to Syria and Beyond (Rowman & Littlefield, 2018), Hoffman and co-author Thomas G. Weiss (CUNY) take a comprehensive … Continue Reading →
Professor Alberto Minujin gives keynote address at the UNICEF Conference on Child Poverty in the Middle East and North Africa in Morocco

Professor Alberto Minujin gives keynote address at the UNICEF Conference on Child Poverty in the Middle East and North Africa in Morocco

Professor Alberto Minujin gave the keynote address on May 15, 2017 about “Child Poverty: Why it Matters?“  at a UNICEF Conference on child poverty in the Arab region. During the conference, Minujin will also be participating in workshops and discussion groups with government representatives from … Continue Reading →
Is Democratic Participation a Luxury?

Is Democratic Participation a Luxury?

by Dorit Avganim Staring down the gauntlet of the next few years under Trump, I’ve been reflecting on the last time I felt this out of place in my own country. On 9/11, I was 21, Bush was in power, and the country was setting … Continue Reading →