If you are in DC on the evening of April 14 and are interested in Tax Justice, here’s an event you might want to attend: Thursday, April 14, 2016 5:30 – 8:30 PM Harry Harding Auditorium, 2nd Floor Elliott School of International Affairs 1957 E Street NW, Washington, D.C. The Institute for International Economic Policy at the George Washington […]
Global Colleagues, one of ASAP’s flagship programs headed by Robert Lepenies, won this year’s German Fulbright Association Jürgen Mulert Award on Mutual Understanding. The Mulert Award is an annual award given to volunteers, artists, professionals, and researchers whose work reflects and advances discourse and peace through mutual understanding. Since its inception in the spring of […]
2015 was another productive year for ASAP, in which we made further strides in our mission leveraging the unique resources of academia to effect change in the realm of global justice. We brought together like-minded academics from around the world to offer urgently needed alternative analyses on the roots of global poverty, propose concrete policy […]
Submission Deadline: August 29, 2016 ASAP, Global Financial Integrity and the Yale Global Justice Program are soliciting original essays of ca. 7,000 to 9,000 words on the non-revenue impact of curbing illicit financial flows for the third annual Amartya Sen Prize. Poor populations are hurt when rich individuals and multinational corporations surreptitiously shift trillions of dollars […]
Below are videos from the recent Global Justice Post-2015 Conference held at Yale University, from October 30th to November 1st. The conference was co-hosted by ASAP, the Yale Global Justice Program (GJP), and Global Financial Integrity. Special thanks to Yale GJP Fellow Alexandre Sayegh for filming the videos.
ASAP has co-funded a new Oxford University Press anthology, co-edited by ASAP Board President Thomas Pogge, and due to be published in Feb 2016: Global Tax Fairness. Briefly, the book addresses fifteen different reform proposals that are urgently needed to correct the fault lines in the international tax system as it exists today, and which […]
ASAP President Thomas Pogge’s short video on climate change and the Oslo Principles is now available below. The video uses graphics and explanations to argue that governments have a duty to avert the world’s looming climate catastrophe. Special thanks to Hudson Brown who created the animation. More information on the Oslo Principles is available here.
ASAP is working with the Yale Global Justice Program and Global Financial Integrity to co-host the conference entitled “Global Justice Post-2015” from October 30th to November 1st. Read more about the conference here. The program is available here.
The Global Poverty Consensus Report (GPCR) is a joint project between ASAP and the Comparative Research Programme on Poverty (CROP). It aims to highlight the existing academic consensus on the causes and remedies for global poverty. Based on thirty-nine interviews done by Gilad Tanay in 2012, the analysis was written by Alberto Cimadamore and Lynda Lange. […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. We are a global community of scholars from a range of disciplinary and geographic perspectives. We are concerned about the refugee crisis that is presently unfolding in the wider Mediterranean region and distressed by the inadequacy of official responses thus far.