Calendar

Nov
18
Mon
Pathways to Peace project meeting, Monday November 18th at 1:30 PM at FUUSA @ First Unitarian Universalist Society of Albany,
Nov 18 @ 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM

The November project meeting will take place on Monday, November 18th at 1:30 PM at FUUSA.  Two days later we will be hosting an event on budget priorities at UAlbany’s uptown campus.(See events sidebar for details)

Stephanie Savell Senior Research Associate, Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, Brown University

Will also continue the discussions about inviting Lindsay Koshgarian in the spring as a speaker at our annual meeting the second week of April, or possibly for a different date. Lindsay is part of the National Priorities Project, emphasizing defense. It is affiliated with the Institute for Policy Studies.

And there is also an ongoing discussion about a possible facilitated retreat for members of Women Against War in the spring.

Nov
20
Wed
The COST OF WAR PROJECT: What Every Citizen – Voter, Activist,Journalist – Needs to Know About the True Costs of Endless War @ Bio 248 is on the east side of the UAlbany Academic Podium.
Nov 20 @ 2:45 PM – 4:15 PM

YOU ARE INVITED:
STEPHANIE SAVELL, Co-Director and researcher at the COSTS OF WAR PROJECT at Brown University, will speak on Wednesday, November 20th at the uptown U ALBANY campus from 2:45-4:05 in Room “Biology 248”. * 

Stephanie Savell Senior Research Associate, Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, Brown University

Her talk is titled:

The COST OF WAR PROJECT: What Every Citizen – Voter, Activist,Journalist –  Needs to Know About the True Costs of Endless War
The COSTS OF WAR PROJECT seated in the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs  at Brown consists of “ a team of 35 scholars, legal experts, human rights practitioners, and physicians, which began its work in 2011.  We use research and a public website to facilitate debate about the costs of the post-9/11 wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the related violence in Pakistan and Syria.”

THE COSTS OF WAR PROJECT has as its “aim to foster democratic discussion of these wars by providing the fullest possible account of their human, economic, and political costs, and to foster better informed public policies.”

This talk has been organized by Women Against War’s Pathways to Peace Committee working in collaboration with members of the United University Professions’ (UUP) Peace and Justice Committee and  the Journalism as well as Anthropology Departments.

The talk is free and open to the public.

COME: learn more about the informative work of this compelling and comprehensive research project!

COME: hear the conversation about national security and foreign policy issues which should be happening on every electoral debate stage.

COME: reaffirm your belief that a world without war is not only possible – it is imperative! ……..

*Bio 248  is on the east side of the UAlbany Academic Podium. Two nearby parking lots can be found on Collins Circle, on the north side of the Podium)

For more information: 

aumandmaureen@gmail.com