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Wilson Prichard

Munk School Meets: Wilson Prichard

October 31, 2016

What do taxes have to do with fighting poverty and increasing equality around the globe? Meet Professor Wilson Prichard and find out...

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Going viral: Munk School’s Fellowship in Global Journalism turns experts into journalists

October 26, 2016

Unique in Canada, the Munk School’s journalism program helps professionals shape news reporting from their fields.

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Peter Wallace

City Manager Peter Wallace warns of Toronto’s “risky behaviour”

October 20, 2016

City Manager Peter Wallace recently spoke about Toronto’s financial future at Munk School event.

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A group of protesters speak out against the Canada-Europe Trade Agreement

Stephen Toope: From Where I Sit — Growth is good?

October 18, 2016

Global trade has been a driver of economic growth since the days of the Silk Road, but is it time to challenge historic economic models and do some rethinking?

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How Technology Is Changing Toronto Employment

October 18, 2016

David Wolfe, co-director of the Innovation Policy Lab and MGA alumnus Travis Southin collaborated on a new report from TechToronto.

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Michael Ignatieff: Language of human rights conflicts with local virtues

October 4, 2016

Michael Ignatieff, distinguished fellow at the Munk School of Global Affairs, recently discussed how local communities perceive human rights.

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Shiri Breznitz

Munk School Meets: Shiri Breznitz

October 3, 2016

Munk School Meets is a new series introducing the passionate people who make up the Munk School community. In this first installment, meet Professor Shiri Breznitz.

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Stephen Toope stands outside the Munk School of Global Affairs

Stephen Toope nominated to lead Cambridge University

September 26, 2016

Stephen Toope, director of the Munk School of Gobal Affairs, will return to his alma mater as first non-British vice-chancellor.

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Denise Dresser

Mexico’s democratic table lacks legs, says Dresser

September 23, 2016

Political analyst Denise Dresser cites corruption as the downfall of Mexico’s government at Munk School event.

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Lynette Ong lectures to a room full of students.

Youth engagement is the key to understanding China, says Munk School’s Lynette Ong

September 23, 2016

Canadians are largely uninformed about China, but youth engagement could help improve our cultural literacy.

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