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New Topics in Global Justice
is a conference at Yale University organized by the Yale Global Justice Program, Quinnipiac University, the Oxford Consortium for Human Rights, the Campaign for a UN Parliamentary Assembly, and Academics Stand Against Poverty.

This 2.5-day workshop will focus on ensuring that international development efforts in 2016-2030 genuinely benefit those who are currently effectively excluded. It will involve leading academics, policymakers, funders, and practitioners in discussing proposals for realizing the Sustainable Development Goals in crucial policy areas. 

How the world addresses these policy challenges will determine whether the next era in development truly fulfills our collective promise of equity and sustainability or whether the world continues on its current path toward radical inequality and ecological disaster.