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Researchers have identified companies fishing in high seas—waters that lie outside of national jurisdiction where fishing has raised fears about environmental and labor violations.
Researchers have found that information about economic inequality focusing on the disadvantages facing people from the lower-socioeconomic class leads Americans to engage more with the issue and to express greater support for action to mitigate inequality.
NYU's Urban Democracy Lab, in a newly released white paper, is calling for the creation of a new federal housing authority in order to avoid massive evictions spurred by the coronavirus and to provide long-term community stability.
The Center on International Cooperation and the Center for Global Affairs are launching an online dashboard aimed at tracking diversity at the leadership level for the United Nations.
As NYU commemorates the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment, this episode of our impromptu trivia game show features five alumnae who made history in fields from film to engineering and design.
Virtual Event Will Gather Health Professionals, Policymakers, and the Disability Community to Discuss Improving Access to Oral Health Care for People with Disabilities