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Rethinking Bretton Woods | Fri, Oct 11, 2013

Center of Concern, Heinrich Boll Stiftung, N.A., CIGI Convene Discussion on G20s Consensus on Infrastructure

International economist and lawyer, Aldo Caliari, the director of Rethinking Bretton Woods Project, met with moderator Thomas A. Bernes, a CIGI distinguished fellow and former Director of the Independent Evaluation Office (IEO) of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) prior to an event held at Carnegie Endowment for the International Peace. Bernes moderated the evening's discussion of three goals for future work of the "Financing for Investment" study group. Nancy Alexander of Heinrich Boll Stiftung, N.A., chaired the discussion. In attendance were over 40 representatives of the international finance community.  

Center of Concern | Mon, Nov 21, 2011

Center Focus, Issue 190 - Fall 2011

 In this issue:

  • What if... Reframing the Dream - Jim Hug, S.J.
  • Seeing Agriculture Anew - Maria Riley, O.P.
  • Work-Life Conflict in the United States - Julia Wartenberg
  • Why Language Has Moral - and Unpredictable - Effects - Kerry Danner-McDonald
  • Getting Our Focus Right - Jim Hug, S.J.
  • Center of Concern 40th Anniversary Campaign - Jim Hug, S.J.

Center of Concern | Sat, Oct 1, 2011

Center of Concern's new look

Welcome to the Center of Concern's renewed website!  We've tried to keep the best features of the old site while freshening the look and upgrading its communications capacities.  We want to thank our talented and patient designer, Laryn Kragt Bakker from the Center for Educational Design and Communication.  We hope you will like the site and come back often.  Let us know if you have any difficulties with it.  Thank you.

A True Story

Center of Concern | Wed, Oct 29, 2008

A True Story

In the first years of the founding of the Center of Concern, our office was located on a well-kept residential street in northeast Washington, DC.  The staff was busy establishing the Center as a voice for social justice in the U.S. and across the world.  No small task for three or four people.