October Mon, 2022
Careers in International Affairs: A Diversity Conversation with Dr. Mischa Thompson
Join us for a conversation with Dr. Mischa Thompson on career opportunities and diversity in international affairs. Dr. Thompson is the Director of diversity, Equity and Inclusion with the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee and has previously served as a Director at the U.S. Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe.
March Mon, 2022
A Conversation with Professor Sahar Aziz
A conversation with Rutgers Law Professor and Eagleton Faculty Associate Sahar Aziz about her new book, The Racial Muslim: When Racism Quashes Religious Freedom. Watch
January Wed, 2022
Emergent Threats Roundtable Webinar: Houses of Worship Under Siege
Join us as we explore emerging trends, challenges and solutions.
January Tue, 2022
The Trial of Adolf Eichmann: Documentary Viewing and Discussion
A viewing and discussion of his documentary commemorating the 60th anniversary of the trial of Adolf Eichmann, widely known as the “Architect of the Holocaust.”
December Tue, 2021
Addressing Intolerance and other challenges to the security of Minority Communities: Building Communities of trust and improving community relations in (post) crisis situations
A panel discussion with representatives from civil society, academia and law enforcement to discuss cooperation and co-ordination between government and law enforcement agencies with civil society and minority communities.
November Mon, 2021
Let There Be Light: 2021 Kristallnacht Commemoration
International March of the Living and The Miller Center for Community Protection and Resilience at Rutgers University present LET THERE BE LIGHT: Stories of Hope and
November Wed, 2021
Pandemic Politics: Science, Distrust, and Division
Join the Eagleton Science and Politics Initiative virtually as we discuss the political background, risk communication, and government distrust around the COVID pandemic Panelists: Judith
July Tue, 2021
Fighting Fear: Combating Hate Crimes, Violence & Xenophobia in Modern America
Hosted by National Law Enforcement Museum While the national spike in hate crimes and other xenophobic acts has left many sounding the alarm, especially in
April Thu, 2021
2021 National Symposium on Police Academies and Training
1100 -1110 hours EST – Welcome and Introduction – E/D Marvin Haiman, MPDC 1110 -1200 hours EST – Updates from Each Agency & Introductions from
April Thu, 2021
After the insurrection: Countering domestic extremism in the US military and law enforcement
A panel discussion with experts examining the relationship between law enforcement, the military, and domestic violent extremist groups in the United States.