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The COVID-19 Pandemic: Governance in a Time of Pandemic, A Global View

“Governance in a Time of Pandemic: A Global View” addresses global governance as well as national policy responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.  The panel discusses the types of global pressures that influence national policies, their effect on global policy, as well as the governance of the policy at the national and local levels. 

Panelists: 

  • Amanda Garrett, Professor of Political Science
  • Maurice Jackson, Professor in the History Department and the African American Studies Program at Georgetown
  • Anatol Lieven, Professor of Government
  • Clyde Wilcox, Professor of Government

برنامج تعليمي مشترك في المدينة التعليمية لتقديم الرعاية للعمالة الوافدة

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برنامج تعليمي مشترك في المدينة التعليمية لتقديم الرعاية للعمالة الوافدة

ضمن جهود مشتركة تهدف لإحداث تحسين مستدام في جودة حياة العمالة الوافدة في الدوحة بإشراف مؤسسة قطر، شاركت جامعة جورجتاون في قطر، الجامعة الشريكة لمؤسسة قطر، بالتشاور مع منظمة العمل…
طلاب جورجتاون يعثرون على حلول مبتكرة في ورشات متعددة التخصصات لمشكلات يتعرض لها العالم

الأبحاث, الخريجون, الطلاب

طلاب جورجتاون يعثرون على حلول مبتكرة في ورشات متعددة التخصصات لمشكلات يتعرض لها العالم

فخلال معسكرات تفاعلية عقدت في نهايات ثلاثة أسابيع متوالية، عمل 19 طالبًا جامعيًا وطلاب دراسات عليا يمثلون 13 مجالًا مختلفًا من الدراسة من جامعات هي، كارنيجي ميلون في قطر وجورجتاون…

Regional Concerns During the COVID-19 Pandemic Recovery

Regional concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic recovery” investigates the types of global pressures that influence regional responses and how that sets the Gulf and the Middle East and North Africa nations on a path to pandemic recovery.

Panelists: 

  • Rogaia Abusharaf, Professor of Anthropology
  • Alexis Antoniades, Professor and Director of International Economics
  • Rory Miller, Professor of Government
  • Gerd Nonneman, Professor of International Relations and Gulf studies

The COVID-19 Pandemic: Historical and Cultural Perspectives

The Covid-19 Pandemic: Historical and Cultural Perspectives,” the first panel in the series, explores historical examples of events, rulings, and laws that have bearing on today’s pandemic, drawing from the Islamic legal tradition, political and legal history, and perennial ethical issues that the pandemic invokes.

Panelists: 

  • Reza Pirbhai, Professor of History
  • Amira Sonbol, Professor of History
  • Edward Kolla, Professor of History
  • Ayman Shabana, Professor of Theology

In Conversation with H.E. Dr. Khalid bin Mohamed Al Attiyah

H.E. Dr. Khalid bin Mohamed Al Attiyah, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Defense Affairs, discusses “Qatar and the Lessons from a 1,000 Day Blockade” to an audience of students, faculty, staff, and special guests from the government and diplomatic sectors, as well as representatives from across Qatar Foundation.

Georgetown Student Club Hosts Black Lives Matter Panel Discussion for QF Community

The Black Student Association (BSA) at QF partner Georgetown University in Qatar hosted a webinar titled “Black Lives Matter: Police Brutality and Racial Injustice in America.” The online event was moderated by the BSA’s student co-founders and featured GU-Q faculty; African American Studies expert, Professor Maurice Jackson and American and Comparative Politics specialist, Professor Clyde Wilcox.