An Unequal Partnership: Deputy Giorgio Jackson Discusses Trade & the Future of Progressive Politics in Chile
You were a leader in the 2011 Chilean student protest movement. What do you see as the similarities between student...
In a candid conversation at Marillac House in East Garfield Park, Deanna Hallagan and LaToya Winters advocate for the importance of outliers in breaking the cycle of poverty on Chicago’s West Side.
Patti Solis Doyle, political strategist and former campaign manager for Hillary Clinton’s 2008 campaign, talks about Latino voters in the US and Chicago, and the 2016 presidential race.
An interview with former Pakistani Ambassador Husain Haqqani on foreign policy with Pakistan, and radical Islam.
The Chicago Policy Review celebrates 20 years of bridging the gap between policy research and the real world.
Over the past few years, mass shootings have become more frequent, and especially with the December 2015 shooting in San...
The growing interest surrounding how our food is produced and distributed has placed increased scrutiny on what happens ‘when we are done with it.' The key to reducing food waste is to realize that we are all stakeholders from farm to fork, and beyond.
Halldór Thorgeirsson, Director for Strategy at the UN Climate Change Secretariat, shares his insights into international political negotiations, the implications of the Paris climate agreement, and why it is so important to empower cities, private companies, and consumers in an effort to limit the effects of climate change.