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  1. Power, Empire and US elections

    10 November 2020

    A week after the US elections, TNI and the Institute for Policy Studies will host a conversation with US and global scholars and activists to analyse the election outcome and look at the global consequences of these unprecedented elections.

  2. Think Global Drink Local: Pub Quiz #4

    29 May 2019

    An exciting 4th edition of the Think Global Drink Local Pub Quiz.

  3. Venezuela: democratic solutions to the crisis

    06 June 2019

    Venezuela is passing through a period of acute political, economic and social chaos. Once one of the driving powers behind the new Latin American left, the economy has collapsed and there is a shortage of food and medicine.

    What structural or historical factors have caused the current situation? Is there a peaceful and democratic way out of the crisis?

  4. The Globalisation of Countering Violent Extremism Policy

    16 October 2018

    At this New York launch event for the The Globalisation of Countering Violent Extremism Policy report, the adoption of CVE by policymakers within international institutions will be analyzed and assessed from a human rights perspective.

  5. Does the Hague Court of Arbitration bring justice for the oil victims of the Amazon or does it deliver the opposite?

    25 October 2018

    This debate on Thursday 25 October focusses on the impact of pollution on indigenous peoples as well as the working of national and international legal instruments, in particular The Hague Court of Arbitration. How does it operate? Who are the judges? Who benefits?

  6. Expert Workshop on Supply-Oriented Harm Reduction

    10 May 2011

    The Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA) and the Transnational Institute (TNI) invited a group of 20 experts for a round-table discussion at the WOLA office in Washington DC . The main question on the table: can the concept of “harm reduction” be applied to supply-oriented challenges to better address the harms associated with illicit drug production and distribution, but also minimize the harms that stem from drug control itself?

  7. Regulating Cannabis: Canada in the global context

    14 November 2016

    Canada is the first G7 country committed to ending cannabis prohibition, announcing at the United Nations that legislation will be introduced in the spring of 2017.

  8. Regulating Cannabis in Accord with International Law: Options to Explore

    16 March 2018
    As a growing number of countries move towards legal regulation for non-medical cannabis, governments are pushing the boundaries of the three UN drug control treaties. At the 61st session of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND), TNI will co-organise a side event to explore the issue, addressing the various challenges and opportunities involved.
  9. How to hold Transnational Corporations responsible for Human Rights Violations

    30 May 2016

    A public hearing will take place at the European Parliament to forward the challenge of regulation of TransNational Corporations (TNCs) in relation to human rights.

  10. Brazil: The need for a Binding Treaty to hold multinationals accountable for their crimes

    20 March 2019

    An eyewitness report from Vale corporate crimes in Brazil.

  11. Access to land for farmers in the EU

    Access to land for farmers in the EU

    07 December 2016

    In Europe, land speculation and land concentration are an increasing threat to small and medium sized family farms and new entrants. Soaring land prices make it increasingly difficult for farmers to have access to land. In the meantime, investors are buying up enormous pieces of land, sometimes using legal loopholes. Land is increasingly becoming a globally tradable commodity and an object of financial speculation. Examples such as Scotland and Andalusia, where arable land, pastures and forests are highly concentrated since centuries, show the negative effects for sustainable rural development and societies as a whole.

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