These are PAST events, relative to today's date.
Discussion on voter perceptions, priorities, and expectations for the future of immigration policy and how it’s playing out in communities across the country.
A discussion on the current state of the Environmental Social Governance (ESG) movement in the oil and gas sector.
A discussion on the impacts of PEPFAR, the importance of continuing U.S. investments in global health, and how these investments can be effective diplomatic tools.
A discussion focusing on recommendations on how inspector generals can enhance and streamline executive branch oversight.
Join us for an expert panel on Tuesday June 26 that will discuss the results of Turkey’s elections as well as their implications for the future of Turkish democracy and for the U.S.-Turkish relationship.
Stagnant wages, lack of mobility, income volatility, and low savings make it difficult for many individuals and families to gain and sustain economic traction.
With the news about the Trump administration’s separations of families at the border, BPC experts will provided a briefing and update to interested stakeholders, press, and policy makers on the state of play and possible outcomes.
On June 19 BPC hosted a presentation by staff of the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) on their updated health care coverage model.
Join Linda Smith, Director of Early Childhood Policy at BPC, and Matt George, a partner at Luntz Global Partners, to better understand how Americans view early childhood and how advocates can best communicate the need for investment in early care and learning to all stakeholders.