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Welcome to the website of Just World Educational, a feisty nonprofit providing educational resources and experiences that critically examine the United States’ role in the world, focusing on issues of war, peace, and justice.
In October 2020, we are presenting some groundbreaking online programing related to the US-China balance.
A notable feature of this project is the “public dialogue” series we are producing in collaboration with the Chongyang Institute at Renmin University in Beijing, China.
The video, audio, and transcript-text records of this public dialogue will all be available on the “US-China Balance” resource page on our website.
This US-China Balance project forms Phase 2 of the “World After Covid” that we initially launched in June 2020. It set out to explore the many momentous changes the eruption of the Covid crisis has spurred in the balance of global power. You can see the “Resource Center” we created out of Phase 1 of this project, here.
Back in March-April, 2020, we ran a nine-webinar series “Commonsense on Syria.” It featured 15 distinctive and amazing panelists, four of them joining us from inside Syria. Our panelists represented a variety of views, with a focus on those under-represented in the Western corporate media.
We collected the videos of these webinars and put them into this rich Resource Center— along with a collection of other valuable materials on Syria.
In Fall 2019, we brought Palestinian writer, translator, and activist Yousef Aljamal on a speaking tour of the United States. Find an interim report of his tour, here.
Usually, the two main ways we fulfill our mission are by organizing live events, in coordination with the network of great allies we’ve built up around North America, and by conducting online informational campaigns and projects. Right now, we’ve been moving our live events onto the web, and have been well-prepared to do so.
Please join us in building a more just and peaceable world!
Recent Posts on the JWE Blog
JWE’s US-China dialogue to address economic issues, Oct. 31October 24, 2020
Chinese strategic expert calls for revived US-Chinese dialogueOctober 19, 2020
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