Institute for Policy Studies and its projects host events around the world. Most events take place in Washington, DC, are free and open to the public.
- MayWhat is The African Diaspora's Responsibility Towards Africa? — A Foreign Policy In Focus brown bag discussion in commemoration of African Liberation Day.
- MayFilm Screening and Forum: From Cuba to Kuba — IPS' Foreign Policy In Focus joins with Friends of The Congo to commemorate Che Guevara and the awakening of an internationalist movement.
- MayGlobal Race to the Bottom is Getting Much Worse — A teach-in and lobby skill-share session about the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and what you can do to impact the biggest trade deal ever.
- MayGlimpse of the Prison Industrial Complex from the Inside — A public education event giving first hand perspectives and experiences of incarcerated persons while they are on "the inside."
- MayThe Second "5 Days for the Cuban 5 — Institute for Policy Studies joins with the International Committee for the Freedom of the Cuban 5 for the 2nd annual week of actions to get justice for: Fernando González, Gerardo Hernández, Antonio Guerrero, Ramón Labañino, And René González.
- JunThe Human Costs of The Prison Industrial Complex — A focus on the impact of mass incarceration on communities and the larger society.
- OctSave the Date: IPS 50th Anniversary Celebration — Mark your calendars for an action-packed weekend to celebrate 50 years of the Institute for Policy Studies, an independent center of thought and action!
- MaySplit This Rock 5th Anniversary Gala — Join IPS, Split This Rock and Richard Blanco, poet of the 2013 Presidential Inauguration, for a mimosa brunch celebration.
- MayBrown Bag: Kenya Post-Election — Presentation by Irũngũ Houghton on prospects for addressing inequality and participation under a Jubilee Government.
- MayIraq's Labor and Other Movements, and the Lessons of the War — Busboys & Poets' Bread & Roses Labor Series presents an evening with Gene Bruskin, Andy Shallal & Phyllis Bennis to discuss the movements of labor and popular forces in Iraq and the lessons of the 9 year war.
- MayAuthor Event: What Then Must We Do? — Author and political economist, Gar Alperovitz will discuss and sign his new book about alternative economic models based on community land trusts and worker-owned businesses.
- MayAuthor Event: Playing Bigger Than You Are — A not-to-miss discussion and book signing with Stewart Acuff about "a life in organizing," hosted by the Institute for Policy Studies and Teaching for Change Bookstore.
- MayAfrica and The Global Arms Trade Treaty — Join us for a remarkable panel discussion on the impact and future of the small arms trade in Africa.
- AprGoverning the Global Drug Wars — Join report editor John Collins and drug policy expert Coletta Youngers for the DC report launch on the international drug control system.
- Apr22nd Annual California State Africa/ Diaspora Conference — FPIF Co-director Emira Woods gives keynote address at conference on Health and Human Security.
- AprBrown Bag: Venezuela's Electoral System and the Results of The Presidential Elections — IPS' Foreign Policy In Focus hosts a presentation by Dan Kovalik and Alex Main, who just returned from Venezuela serving as official international accompaniers for the April 14th presidential election.
- AprFilm: The Island President — An IPS and Community Cinema [DC] preview that lifts the issue of global warming out of the theoretical and into the personal.
If you are hosting an event that IPS is part of, send details to firstname.lastname@example.org