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Einaudi Director on Benin and Democracy

"Benin’s transition to democracy is a complete rupture from the past," Rachel Beatty Riedl tells the Democracy Paradox podcast.

Einaudi Faculty Research Addresses Supply Chain Shortage

Rebecca Nelson (IAD/LACS) is trying to bind urine’s nutrients onto biochar, a kind of charcoal, to enrich soil without chemical fertilizer.

Chris Barrett, IAD/SEAP

“It used to be that child stunting—the cumulative impact of poor nutrition and health—was basically every place that was poor,” says agriculture and...

Coming June 28: Register Now!

Explore inequalities, identities, and justice with faculty and postdoctoral fellows from the Einaudi Center. Register now for this this...

Einaudi Awards Fund Global Research and Activities

Einaudi awarded seed grants, student travel grants, and internships totaling $355,000. Congratulations to this year's recipients!

The Role of Regional Economic Communities (RECs) in Ensuring Protection and...

Tuesday, May 17, 2022 10:00am EST   / 2:00pm GMT    Open to the public    Registration The importance of human protection and security as the...

ICC Grants and Fulbright-Hays FRA

Get funding support for your international teaching and research. Letters of intent due in June! Find out how to apply.

Nobel Laureate Offers Wisdom for Forging Lasting Peace

Leymah Gbowee spoke to a crowd of more than 450, with hundreds more online, at the first in-person Bartels lecture since 2019.

Leymah Gbowee's May 3 Lecture

Miss the Bartels lecture? Watch Nobel peace laureate Leymah Gbowee speak at Cornell.

Covid 19 Diagnosis and Vaccine Challenges: What Strategy for Africa?

Introduction of the Series:    N’Dri Assie-LumumbaProfessor, Africana Studies,  Director, Institute for African Development Discussant: Dr. Kouame...